ELITE ENGINEERING, PERFORMANCE AND RESULTS
State of the Art Stent Design
- Thin struts designed to minimize vessel wall injury1
- No shortening2 for superb accuracy
- Strong yet flexible to conform to the natural anatomy of iliac arteries
High Performance Catheter
- Dual-layer, low profile balloon designed to treat difficult to reach lesions and heavily calcified plaques
- Pushable catheter designed to easily navigate tortuous anatomies
Proven in Complex Patients
- No exclusions for calcified lesions, occlusions and multi-level PAD3
- 95% freedom from Clinically-Driven TLR at 9 months3
- Patients walked further, faster and climbed more
stairs at 9 months3*
1. The ISAR-STEREO and ISAR-STEREO-2 trials studied stents designed with Multi-Link technology.
Kastrati, et al. Intracoronary stenting and angiographic results strut thickness effect on restenosis outcome (ISAR-STEREO) trial. Circulation 2001; 103:2816-2821.
Pache, et al. Intracoronary stenting and angiographic results: strut thickness effect on restenosis outcome (ISAR-STEREO-2) trial. JACC 2003; 41:1283-8.
Kolandaivelu et al. Stent thrombogenecity early in high-risk interventional settings is driven by stent design and deployment and protected by polymer- drug coating. Circulation 2011; 1400-1408.
2. -1.81% shortening for 8.0 x 39 mm size. Tests performed by and data on file at Abbott Vascular.
3. Adapted from “Modern Endovascular Management of Patients with Iliac Artery Disease. Results from the MOBILITY Trial”, M Jaff, SCAI 2012
* WIQ was used to assess walking distance, walking speed and stair climbing for study subjects.