Dr. Thomas Shimshak shares his perspective on why physicians should consider using IVUS as a means of understanding the benefit of atherectomy.
Hear expert perspectives on how lesion morphology influences atherectomy device selection.
Hear a roundtable discussion by leading endovascular specialists highlighting their experiences with atherectomy Vessel Prep.
Jetstream Atherectomy Mechanism of Action
Dr. Jihad Mustapha demonstrates treatment of a 220 mm CTO in patient with history of CLI, utilizing antegrade and retrograde dual access with rotational atherectomy.
Dr. Fadi Saab demonstrates atherectomy of a CLI patient presenting with a long SFA chronic total occlusion in the left leg, which reconstituted at the proximal popliteal.1
Dr. Fadi Saab demonstrates atherectomy of a CLI patient presenting with rest pain in right lower extremity. Atherectomy with aspiration was used to remove thrombus in the Popliteal Artery and Tibial vessels, utilizing alterative access techniques. 30-day arterial duplex showed normalization of patient's ABI and triphasic blood flow through SFA/Popliteal and PT arteries.
Results from case studies are not necessarily predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.
The Jetstream Atherectomy System features:
The system is an innovative peripheral revascularization platform designed to restore flow through the many types of lesion morphologies encountered in peripheral arterial disease (PAD). System consists of a single-use catheter with control pod and a reusable, compact console power source that mounts to a standard I.V. stand
|Product Description||UPN/Order Code||Catalog Number||GTIN||Unit||Qty|
|Jetstream SC Atherectomy Catheter 1.85 mm||112262-001||PV3118F||08714729889861||Each||1|
|Jetstream SC Atherectomy Catheter 1.6 mm||112260-001||PV3116F||08714789889830||Each||1|
|Jetstream XC Atherectomy Catheter 2.4 mm / 3.4 mm||112266-001||PV41340||08714729889922||Each||1|
|Jetstream XC Atherectomy Catheter 2.1 mm / 3.0 mm||112264-001||PV31300||08714729889892||Each||1|
The C-Code used for the Jetstream Atherectomy System is C1724. C-Codes are used for hospital outpatient device reporting for Medicare and some private payers.
Note: Boston Scientific Corporation is not responsible for correct use of codes on submitted claims; this information does not constitute reimbursement or legal advice.
|CPT®||Abbreviated Description||APC||CY2018 Reimbursement|
|37224||PTA or DCB||5192||$5,085|
|37225||Atherectomy w/ PTA or DCB||5193||$10,510|
|37226||Stent w/ PTA or DCB||5193||$10,510|
|37227||Atherectomy + Stent w/ PTA or DCB||5194||$16,019|
Effective January 1, 2018, CMS discontinued incremental reimbursement, transitional pass-through payment, for Drug Coated Balloons. The reimbursement levels shown above are applicable for hospital outpatient cases involving the use of DCB or non-DCB angioplasty devices.
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Device and procedure decisions depend on medical necessity and the physician's professional judgment. Device costs may vary, and other variable costs may impact economics.