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EUROPEAN Device Guide / Hybrid Vascular Grafts

Company Name Product Name Materials Used Nitinol Reinforced Section Diameter (mm) Nitinol Reinforced Section Length (cm) Vascular Graft Section Introducer Size (F) Vascular Graft Section Recommended Guidewire (inch) Introducer Size (F) Recommended Guidewire (inch) CE Mark Indications
BD Interventional Dialine II Collagen-impregnated vascular graft
BD Interventional Distaflo ePTFE with carbon impregnated into the inner portions of the graft wall; graft is also modified with a proprietary cuff at the distal end Intended for bypass or reconstruction of peripheral arterial blood vessels
BD Interventional Dynaflo ePTFE with carbon impregnated into the inner portions of the graft wall Intended for bypass or reconstruction of peripheral arterial blood vessels
Merit Medical Systems, Inc. Hero Graft Nitinol, silicone, barium sulfate, tantalum, ePTFE, PTFE, and titanium 5 ID 40 (customizable length) 0.035 for over-the-wire 20 peelaway for over-the-wire 59 (minimum length) Indicated for end-stage renal disease patients on hemodialysis who have exhausted all other access options; see Instructions for Use for full indication, contraindication, and caution statements; Rx only
BD Interventional Impra Carboflo ePTFE with carbon impregnated into the inner portions of the graft wall Indicated for use as vascular prostheses
BD Interventional Impra Vascular Grafts ePTFE with carbon impregnated into the inner portions of the graft wall For use as vascular prostheses. Straight, tapered, short tapered, stepped, and CenterFlex graft configurations are intended for use as subcutaneous arteriovenous conduits for blood access, bypass, or reconstruction of peripheral arterial blood vessels.
BD Interventional Venaflo II Vascular ePTFE grafts for haemodialysis Straight, stepped, CenterFlex, and stepped CenterFlex configurations are indicated for use as subcutaneous arteriovenous conduits for blood access only
BD Interventional Wovex Collagen-impregnated vascular graft Indicated for replacement or bypass procedures in aneurysmal and occlusive diseases of the thoracic aorta, abdominal aorta, visceral arteries, and peripheral arteries

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