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Case Study No. 1

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 42-year-old male; history of smoking and diabetes
    • Date: September 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Right leg ATK and BTK
    • Access Site: Left femoral
    • Summary: Patient had lesions. Doctor was impressed with functionality and noted that the  MegaVac worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration. The procedure was marked successful and MegaVac MTS-A expectations were met.

Case Study No. 2

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 62-year-old female; history of chronic occlusive disease, CLI, smoking, and diabetes
    • Date: September 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Left leg ATK
    • Access Site: Right femoral
    • Summary: Patient had a recent occlusion of the SFA/Pop. The MegaVac was positioned just proximal to occlusion and pulled out significant thrombus with ThromboWire and aspiration. Doctor noted that this was the “sweet spot” for the MTS device and that the MegaVac and ThromboWire worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration. The procedure was marked successful and MegaVac MTS-A exceeded expectations.

Case Study No. 3

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 64-year-old female; history of chronic occlusive disease, smoking, and diabetes
    • Date: September 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Left leg ATK and BTK
    • Access Site: Right femoral
    • Summary: Patient had an SFA occlusion. After wire advanced into AT, the ThromboWire was used with success in removing debris. Doctor noted that the MegaVac and ThromboWire worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration. Overall the doctor was very pleased with the device.

Case Study No. 4

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 67-year-old male; history of chronic occlusive disease and smoking
    • Date: September 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Left leg ATK and BTK
    • Access Site: Right femoral
    • Summary: Patient had a recent occlusion of the SFA. With the MegaVac in place, a 4.0 and 5.0 balloon were used, the ThromboWire was used, and finally a 5.0 stent was placed, all with success. Doctor noted The MegaVac Catheter and ThromboWire Clot Retractor both performed well with debris noted in the ThromboWire Clot Retractor after removal. In addition the MegaVac and ThromboWire worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration, and the procedure was marked as successful.

Case Study No. 5

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 65-year-old male; history of chronic occlusive disease, smoking and diabetes
    • Date: September 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Right leg ATK and BTK
    • Access Site: Left femoral
    • Summary: Patient had calcified lesions throughout the fem-pop extending below the knee. With the MegaVac in place, the ThromboWire was used and finally a 5.0 stent was placed, all with success. Doctor noted that the MegaVac and ThromboWire worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration, and the procedure was marked as successful.

Case Study No. 6

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 71-year-old male; history of chronic occlusive disease, smoking and diabetes
    • Date: October 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Right leg ATK
    • Access Site: Left femoral
    • Summary: Patient had mid and distal SFA lesions. The MegaVac was positioned just proximal to treatment area, complete occlusion verified by contrast injection, .9 laser used successfully through MegaVac and noticeable debris removed with ThrombwoWire. Doctor noted that the MegaVac and ThromboWire worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration, and the procedure was marked as successful.

Case Study No. 7

  • Summary

    • Case Profile: 67-year-old female; history of chronic occlusive disease, smoking and diabetes
    • Date: October 2017
    • Target Treatment Area: Left leg ATK
    • Access Site: Right femoral
    • Summary: Patient had total occlusion of the distal popliteal just past the anastomosis of a femoral popliteal graft. Doctor noted that the MegaVac worked easy/good with regards to visibility, delivery and aspiration, and the procedure was marked as successful.