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Everolimus-Eluting Platinum Chromium Coronary Stent System

Economic Value Demonstrated with the SYNERGY Bioabsorbable Polymer (BP) Stent

Today’s healthcare environment is focused on reducing costs and readmissions. The SYNERGY BP Stent was designed to decrease late events through improved healing and exceptional acute performance. Inpatient reimbursement is higher when successfully completing DES PCI.

SYNERGY BP Stent System delivered in 87.1% of cases after other DES failed to deliver.1

SYNERGY BP Stent System May Increase Likelihood of a Successful PCI1

In a study of 116 PCI cases* where 2nd generation drug eluting stents (Xience™, Resolute Integrity™ and Promus Element™ Stents) were unsuccessfully deployed, the SYNERGY BP Stent was then utilized as a bailout option, delivering in 87.1% (101) of these cases.1

Key features that enhance the acute performance of SYNERGY BP Stent:

  1. Short red tip improves flexibility and visibility
  2. Bi-Segment™ Inner Lumen Catheter to provide outstanding flexibility and pushability**
  3. Dual-layer PEBAX™ Balloon for optimal compliance and minimal balloon growth
  4. Lowest stent profile**
  5. Monorail™ Port
  6. Laser-cut hypotube for improved pushability and trackability**

Helping Save Time, Improve Efficiency, and Reduce Radiation

According to a survey of European users who compared DES to the SYNERGY BP Stent System in a typical PCI, the SYNERGY BP Stent System provided the following efficiencies:

In a blinded perception study about the SYNERGY BP Stent’s visibility, respondents believed that the SYNERGY BP Stent’s Platinum Chromium alloy could provide the following efficiencies:

EVOLVE II Trial Demonstrates Operational Efficiency

SYNERGY BP Stent System displayed greater technical success†††† with delivery and deployment

Early Healing

Early Healing

Advanced design for optimal healing

Clinical Outcomes

Clinical Outcomes

Outstanding evidence across trials

Real-World Studies

Real-World Studies

Low event rates in real-world studies