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New Data Show Procedural and Treatment Success Through Radial Access Atherectomy in PVIs1

In a first of its kind study, the REACH PVI data, recently announced through NCVH educational series, proves utilizing orbital atherectomy in radial PVIs has a high rate of procedural and treatment success while maintaining a low rate of angiographic complications and low rate of residual stenosis. CSI’s orbital atherectomy device is the only extended length atherectomy device available to treat PVIs through radial access.

HIGH RATE OF SUCCESS

98%

Procedural Success*

LOW COMPLICATION RATES

2%

Serious Angiographic Complications**

EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING RESIDUAL STENOSIS ACROSS ALL LESIONS

LEARN HOW CSI IS LEADING THE WAY IN RADIAL ACCESS ATHERECTOMY
Built on CSI’s proven orbital atherectomy platform, the extended length device is designed to maintain pushability and control while treating PAD patients.

  • 5 Fr profile on all extended length devices
  • 180 cm and 200 cm working catheter lengths
  • 0.017″ tapered crossing profile

FIND OUT MORE

Visit CSI’s Sponsor Page at the OEIS Conference
to explore our extended length resources 

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