Chronic Total Occlusion Device

TruePath CTO Device
No capital equipment needed with TruePath CTO Device
Diamond-coated distal tip of the TruePath CTO Device rotating at 13,000 rpm
No capital equipment needed with TruePath CTO Device

A powerful solution for intraluminal treatment of chronic total occlusions, the True Path CTO Device is designed for effortless steering and crossing.

Key Resources


Product Details

A powerful solution for intraluminal treatment of chronic total occlusions. At 0.018” in diameter, the guidewire-like profile is nearly half the size of competitive offerings, designed for optimal steering and crossing. Once positioned, the self-rotating tip of the TruePath Device works effortlessly.
TruePath CTO System Details
TruePath Device Compatibility
Size (OD) Length Sheath Compatibility Tip Profile
0.018" 165 cm 0.018” compatible catheters ≤ 135cm 0.017"

Ordering Information

UPN Catalog No. Description
H74939208181650 39208-18165 TruePath CTO Device
H74939208001601 39208-00160 TruePath Extension Wires (5/box)

Clinical Information

ReOpen Study Objective

Demonstrate that TruePath Chronic Total Occlusion Device is safe and effective to facilitate crossing infrainguinal artery CTOs following resistance to crossing with a conventional guidewire or a prior failed attempt.

  • 85 Subjects
  • 3 centers in Europe

Key Clinical Results

Safety Endpoint All Patients (n=85)
Freedom from clinical perforation (any perforation requiring treatment) of the index lesion to 30 days 98.8% (*84/85)
Technical Success  
Facilitation of crossing the CTO with the TruePath CTO Device and/or any guidewire 80.0% (68/85)

Lesion Characteristics

Lesion Distribution Chart for ReOpen Study
Length of Occlusion

< 100 mm

101 mm – 200 mm

201 mm – 450 mm




Mean Length of Occlusion   166.0 mm

View CTO Case Studies

Results from case studies are not necessarily predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.
CTO Case 1: Superficial Femoral Artery (SFA) Case
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CTO Case 2: Anterior Tibial
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CTO Case 3: Superficial Femoral Artery, 250 mm
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CTO Case 4: Restenosed Femoral Artery
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CTO Case 5: Anterior Tibial
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