GORE® EXCLUDER® AAA Endoprosthesis
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Gores low permeability EXCLUDER Endoprosthesis is composed of a durable, ePTFE graft, a low permeability film layer, ePTFE reinforcing film, an electropolished nitinol stent, and bonding film for stent to graft attachment.
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. (Gore) is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis, the market-leading stent-graft for the treatment of complex peripheral vascular disease. The device has been engineered to effectively cover and seal off diseased tissue, providing an endoluminal bypass option for physicians faced with complex, challenging lesions. Since the first implant in Europe in 1996, the device formerly known as the GORE® HEMOBAHN® Endoprosthesis has continuously evolved, now offering CBAS Heparin Surface, lengths up to 25 cm, radiopaque markers, a low profile design, and multiple indications for use. The GORE VIABAHN Endoprosthesis is backed by an ever-growing body of clinical data, including nine randomized or prospective multicenter studies. This continued device evolution and extensive body of clinical proof have enabled the GORE VIABAHN Endoprosthesis to become many physicians’ go-to device for their most challenging cases, selling more than 700,000 units worldwide since its launch.
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“The original introduction of the GORE VIABAHN Endoprosthesis as the first SFA stent-graft with proven patency demonstrated the potential of endoluminal bypass. Since then, the expanded clinical indications for use and product improvements have helped me to achieve positive results in patients with complex disease where often, no other therapy is appropriate and able to achieve good clinical long-term results,” said Prof. Johannes Lammer, MD, former Director of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, AKH - Wien, Medical University Vienna, Vienna, Austria, one of the earliest users of the device.