Supera™ Stent

Results Matter. Platform Matters.

  Supera Stent

Unmatched 1-Year Patency & 3-Year Freedom From TLR

The Supera™ Stent has been studied in over 2,000 patients worldwide in the SUPERB trial and 16 retrospective studies. Notably, in all of the 17 studies, the Supera™ Peripheral Stent showed durable results with zero fractures at 1 year.1,15-30

SUPERB Trial

At 1 year the Supera™ Stent demonstrated primary patency of 91% when nominally* deployed. At 3 years, freedom from targeted lesion revascularization (TLR) was 94% when nominally* deployed.1
 

  91% patency at 1 year

PATENCY (K-M) AT 1 YEAR

When nominally deployed*

  94% freedom from TLR at 3 years

FREEDOM FROM TLR AT 3 YEARS

When nominally deployed*

*Nominal deployment is defined as the stent length upon deployment being within +/- 10% of the labeled stent length. This data is from a non-powered post-hoc analysis. K-M=Kaplan Meier.

Unmatched Clinical Outcomes

Supera Stent has demonstrated unmatched clinical outcomes in comparison to other US pivotal trial results which primarily included simple lesions.*,1-12
 

1-Year Patency (KM)
91%Supera™ Stent
Nominal1
87%Eluvia‡12
84%Zilver PTX‡2
83%Misago‡11
81%LifeStent‡3
80%S.M.A.R.T.‡5
77%EverFlex‡7
74%Innova‡9
67%Pulsar‡10
3-Year Freedom from TLR
94%Supera™ Stent
Nominal1
Not ReportedEluvia
84%Zilver PTX‡2
Not AvailableMisago
76%LifeStent‡4
79%S.M.A.R.T.‡6
70%EverFlex‡8
Not ReportedInnova
Not ReportedPulsar

 

* Study reported 93.8% with Trans-Atlantic Inter-Society Consensus Document (TASC) A & B lesions and/or Rutherford class 2 or 3 lesions

NOTE: Results from clinical trials are not directly comparable. Information provided for educational purposes only.

Consistent Patency Regardless of Lesion Length

With some peripheral stents, increasing lesion lengths can lead to decreasing patency rates.31 The Supera™ Stent stands apart for its consistently high patency rates in lesions spanning lengths from 5.3 cm up to 28.0 cm.
 

  consistently high patency rates

Published data was included if lesion length and patency were both available.

Note: Results from different clinical trials are not directly comparable. Information provided for educational purposes only.

Excellent Results from Simple to Complex Lesions

Whether treating simple (TASC A&B) or complex (TASC C&D) lesions, the Supera™ Stent is associated with impressive, consistent patency performance data at 1 year.13-15,32

 

Simple
Simple lesionTrial/StudyMUNICH REGISTRY13SUPERB32
Lesion Length5.3cm7.8cm
TASC A&B Lesions100%94%
1-Yr
Patency
86.7%90.5%
SitesSingle CenterMulticenter (46 sites)
# Patients70264

 

Complex
Complex LesionTrial/StudyST. LOUIS15SUPERSUB14
Lesion Length5.3cm7.8cm
TASC C&D Lesions78%100%
CTOsUnknown100%
1-Yr
Patency
85.6%94.1%
SitesSingle CenterSingle Center
# Patients4834


TASC: Trans-Atlantic Inter-Society Consensus

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