Peripheral

AngioSculpt

PTA scoring balloon catheter 7 and 8 millimeters

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The AngioSculpt PTA scoring balloon catheter in 7 and 8 millimeter diameter balloon sizes are ideally suited to treat the narrowing of the native or synthetic fistula. The product assists physicians with a difficult patient set, targeting lesions in the hemodialysis access that are resistant to standard balloon angioplasty.

特點
Precision: Minimal slippage
Precision: Minimal slippage

Precision: Minimal slippage

Rectangular scoring edges lock the device in place. No significant device slippage or “watermelon seeding” means less risk of damage to healthy tissue.⁴,⁵
Power: More dilitation force
Power: More dilitation force

Power: More dilitation force

The leading edges are designed to drive outward expansion with up to ~15-25 times the force of a conventional balloon.³ AngioSculpt’s helical nitinol element creates a uniform initial luminal enlargement
Safety: Low dissection rate
Safety: Low dissection rate

Safety: Low dissection rate

Post scoring, outward forces are designed to be equivalent to that of a conventional balloon resulting in a low dissection rate and minimal perforations, along with a low rate of adjunctive stenting.⁴,⁵
Resistant stenoses

Resistant stenoses

Lesions resistant to PTA are common and as many as 20% will require a high pressure dilatation (greater than 20 atm)¹
Recoil

Recoil

Recoil and neointimal proliferation frequently lead to recurrent access dysfunction within several months of the angioplasty procedure²
Recurrent stenoses

Recurrent stenoses

~50% of all patients who undergo PTA will return with recurrent stenoses within 6 months⁶
  • 1. Trerotola, et al. Prospective study of balloon inflation pressures and other technical aspects of hemodialysis access angioplasty. JVIR. 2005 Dec;16(12):1613-8.
  • 2. Dolmatch B. Maintenance of Hemodialysis Access With Stents and Covered Stents. Endovascular Today. June (2010): 55-59.
  • 3. AngioSculpt Test Plan ST-1197 (2008), on file at Philips.
  • 4. Scheinert D, Graziani L, Peeters P, Bosiers M, O’Sullivan G, Sultan S, Gershony G. Results of the Multi-Center First-in-Man Study of a Novel Scoring Balloon Catheter for the Treatment of Infra-Popliteal Peripheral Arterial Disease. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions. 2007;70:1034-1039.
  • 5. Kiesz RS, Scheinert D, Peeters PJ, et al. Results from the international registry of the AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter for the treatment of infra-popliteal disease. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2008;51:10 (suppl B);75.
  • 6. Fresenius Medical Care 2014 annual report