During the past decade, multiple technologies have been developed for treatment of superficial femoral artery (SFA) diseases, including balloon angioplasty, bare nitinol self-expanding stents, drug-eluting nitinol stents, and drug-coated balloons. Although many endovascular treatment options exist, nitinol stents remain a mainstay of SFA therapy.
On the other hand, few therapeutic options exist for the treatment of external iliac artery stenosis or occlusion. Most of the treatment proposed are not well adapted for this location (tortuosity, fragile prone to rupture...)
The aim of this experts discussion in live broadcast will be to share and argue around external iliac artery and SFA complex angioplasties with a new self expanding nitinol stent, made in one-wire technology without any welds and solders applicable to these two artery locations..
2 complex cases-in-the-box of iliac and SFA stenting
Learn about indications and clinical evidences
Technical specification of self expandable Jaguar stent
Precision of a one-wire stent in complex cases (selection of length, diameter, overlapping...)
Instructions For Use
Endovascular specialists (Vascular Surgeons, Interventional Radiologists, Interventional Angiologists and Interventional Cardiologists)
Referring physicians of patients with peripheral artery disease