EUROPE DEVICE GUIDE > Renal Denervation Systems

Company Name Product Name Modality Recommended Vessel (mm) Electrode Design Firing Scheme Number of Catheter Sizes (1, 2, 4) Balloon Diameter (mm) Balloon Working Length (mm) Wire Compatibility Minimum Guide Catheter Inner Diameter (inches/mm) Length (cm) Guiding Catheter Compatibility (F) Safety Mechanisms CE Mark Indications
Abbott Vascular (formerly St. Jude Medical) EnligHTN Multi-Electrode Renal Denervation System Radiofrequency 4–8 Multi Simultaneous 2 0.088/2.235 115 8 Integrated into generator The ablation catheter is indicated for use in renal denervation procedures for the treatment of resistant hypertension
Boston Scientific Corporation Vessix Renal Denervation System Radiofrequency Multi/bipolar Simultaneous (up to six electrodes) 4 sizes: treating vessels 3–7 mm 4, 5, 6, 7 21 0.014 inch (0.36 mm), 0.018 inch (0.46 mm) 90 Integrated into generator, automatic electrode apposition, and deactivation Hypertension
Medtronic Symplicity Radiofrequency Single 1 108 6 Integrated into generator Hypertension
ReCor Medical Paradise Ultrasound Circumferential 3 sizes: 5, 6, 7 mm 0.014 inch 85 7 Integrated into generator, circulating cooling fluid through balloon Renal denervation

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