Cook's Zenith TX2 Graft With Pro-Form Approved for TEVAR

 

July 27, 2009—Cook Medical (Bloomington, IN) announced that the US Food and Drug Administration has approved the Zenith TX2 thoracic aortic aneurysm endovascular graft with Pro-Form, which was engineered especially for procedures in which endografts must be positioned in tight aortic arches that are difficult to seal properly. Compared to the company's original TX2 device, the Zenith TX2 graft with Pro-Form has an improved delivery system that provides more controlled deployment. The device helps establish proximal conformity of the device to the aortic wall control during endograft deployment in thoracic endovascular repair, the company stated.
 

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