peripheral stent / nitinol / self-expanding
Pulsar-18

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peripheral stent / nitinol / self-expanding peripheral stent / nitinol / self-expanding - Pulsar-18
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Characteristics

  • Type:

    peripheral

  • Material:

    nitinol

  • Other characteristics:

    self-expanding

Description

140 μm thin struts

4F low profile

Clinically proven
140 μm thin struts - thinner than the leading brands1

Thinner struts for low Chronic Outward Force (COF)2
Thinner struts and lower COF make a difference:*

Lower risk of restenosis3
Reduced vessel injury and inflammation4
Faster endothelialization5
1 mm stent oversizing at 90 days6
Clinically proven

Long term safety and efficacy (12 month data)Sufficient radial force for a long term vessel support,
even in calcified lesions
Results from different trials are not directly comparable. Differences in outcomes may be the result of differences in protocol design, patient populations or other factors.
Stent designed for SFA*

Multi-directional flexibility to conform to the natural vessel movement.
Bending

Peak-to-valley design and S-articulating connecting bars provide multi-directional flexibility and avoid fish scaling inmobile vessel architecture.17
4F Low Profile - Improved acute outcomes vs. 6F7

Potential for safer, faster and simpler procedures than 6F

Clinically proven lower access site complication rates7
Shorter compression time7
45% smaller puncture site area than 6F18
No need for a closure device