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Closure of Ventricular Septal Defects (VSD)

Ventricular septal defects are the most commonly found congenital heart defect.1 There are four types of VSDs: muscular, perimembranous, conal or subpulmonary, and inlet. Abbott offers Amplatzer Muscular and Membranous VSD Occluders for complete closure of muscular and perimembranous VSDs.

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Device Features

  • Device waist centers and closes the defect
  • Symmetrical design allows a transcatheter femoral or arterial delivery approach
  • Constructed from self-expanding Nitinol mesh and polyester material, which promotes tissue in-growth
  • Precise placement through the device’s ability to be recaptured and redeployed

Amplatzer™ Muscular VSD Occluder

The Amplatzer™ Muscular VSD Occluder is intended for the closure of congenital ventricular septal defects in high-risk surgical patients. The 7 mm waist length is designed to accommodate the thickness of the muscular ventricular septal wall.

Amplatzer Muscular VSD Occluders

Amplatzer™ P.I. Muscular VSD Occluder

The Amplatzer™ P.I. Muscular VSD Occluder is intended for the closure of post myocardial infarction (P.I.) VSD. The 10 mm waist length is designed to accommodate the damaged muscular tissue of the septal wall following a myocardial infarction.

Amplatzer Muscular VSD Occluders

Amplatzer™ Membranous VSD Occluder

The Amplatzer™ Membranous VSD Occluder is intended for the closure of hemodynamically significant perimembranous VSDs. The non-concentric design enables placement without interfering with the aortic or atrioventricular valves.

Amplatzer Membranous VSD Occluder

Designed for Optimal Occlusion

Amplatzer Muscular and Membranous Occluders are self-expandable, double-disc devices made from a nitinol wire mesh and polyester material which promote tissue in-growth. The two discs are linked together by a connecting waist corresponding to the size of the VSD, providing optimal occlusion. These percutaneous, transcatheter devices can be recaptured and redeployed for precise placement.

Learn more about Amplatzer VSD Occluders by visiting the Abbott Structural Heart website.

Ordering Information

AMPLATZER™ MUSCULAR VSD OCCLUDER
Model/Reorder Number Device Size/Waist Diameter (mm) Disc Diameter (mm) Waist Length (mm)
9-VSD-MUSC-004 4 9 7
9-VSD-MUSC-006 6 14 7
9-VSD-MUSC-008 8 16 7
9-VSD-MUSC-010 10 18 7
9-VSD-MUSC-012 12 20 7
9-VSD-MUSC-014 14 22 7
9-VSD-MUSC-016 16 24 7
9-VSD-MUSC-018 18 26 7
AMPLATZER™ P.I. MUSCULAR VSD OCCLUDER
Model/Reorder Number Device Size/Waist Diameter (mm) Disc Diameter (mm) Waist Length (mm)
9-VSDMUSCPI-016 16 26 10
9-VSDMUSCPI-018 18 28 10
9-VSDMUSCPI-020 20 30 10
9-VSDMUSCPI-022 22 32 10
9-VSDMUSCPI-024 24 34 10
AMPLATZER™ MEMBRANOUS VSD OCCLUDER
Model/Reorder Number Device Size/Waist Diameter (mm) Right Ventricular Disc Diameter (mm) Left Ventricular Disc Diameter (mm)
9-VSD-MEMB-004 4 8 10
9-VSD-MEMB-005 5 9 11
9-VSD-MEMB-006 6 10 12
9-VSD-MEMB-007 7 11 13
9-VSD-MEMB-008 8 12 14
9-VSD-MEMB-009 9 13 15
9-VSD-MEMB-010 10 14 16
9-VSD-MEMB-011 11 15 17
9-VSD-MEMB-012 12 16 18
9-VSD-MEMB-013 13 17 19
9-VSD-MEMB-014 14 18 20
9-VSD-MEMB-015 15 19 21
9-VSD-MEMB-016 16 20 22
9-VSD-MEMB-017 17 21 23
9-VSD-MEMB-018 18 22 24

References

  1. Hoffman J, Kaplan S. The incidence of congential heart disease. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2002;39(12):1890-1900
  2. Amplatzer Muscular VSD Occluder Instructions for Use.

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