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Product information Description Easy access to the lesion. The rounded shape and flexibility of the PEBAX soft point deliver high performance. With this configuration, it is prevented dissections in tortuous anatomies and it has greater conformity between the soft point and guide wire, providing......Send Inquiry
Easy access to the lesion.
The rounded shape and flexibility of the PEBAX soft point deliver high performance.
With this configuration, it is prevented dissections in tortuous anatomies and it has greater conformity between the soft point and guide wire, providing a more precise and secure navigation.
Ability to dilate heavily calcified lesions.
Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA)
Lowest crossing profile.
Innovative shaft material for OTW version
High resistance to pressure and Dogbone
Endovascular stent graft therapy is a minimally invasive surgery. It is called minimally invasive for the reason that endovascular stent graft therapy it is not necessary to perform open-chest surgery or remove part of your aorta.
For some cases, this would lower the recovery time by several days. In many situation, patients can get back to home and return to normal life activities within 4 to 6 weeks.
Endovascular stent grafting is minimally invasive. However, it is a small, but of great importance, risk of aneurysm rupture with endovascular stent grafting that is slightly higher than that of open-chest aortic aneurysm repair.
Other complications with endovascular stent grafting include:
Blood leakages around the stent graft
Blockage of the flow of blood through the stent graft
Movement of the stent graft from its original site of placement
Fracture of the stent graft
Rupture of the aneurysm or aorta
To monitor these possible complications, your doctor will ask you to schedule periodic visits after the procedure. It is important to keep these appointments to make sure your stent graft is working correctly.