Philips IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath CavaClear

CavaClear is the first and only FDA-cleared solution for advanced inferior vena cava filter removal.

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Philips IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath – CavaClear – is the first and only FDA-cleared solution for advanced IVC filter removal¹ and was granted Breakthrough Device Designation (BDD). It is a state-of-the-art laser sheath designed to safely and predictably ablate scar tissue 360 degrees around an embedded IVC filter.² CavaClear provides an effective, minimally invasive solution for embedded IVC filters, no matter the filter dwell time. CavaClear is backed by Philips support to train staff on device usage and mechanisms of action, as well as offer additional support to seamlessly integrate into your workflow.

Features
Safe
Safe

Safe

CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸

Safe

Safe
CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸

Safe

CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸
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Safe
Safe

Safe

CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸
Efficient
Efficient

Efficient

Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²

Efficient

Efficient
Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²

Efficient

Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²
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Efficient
Efficient

Efficient

Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²
Controlled
Controlled

Controlled

CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵

Controlled

Controlled
CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵

Controlled

CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵
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Controlled
Controlled

Controlled

CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵
  • Safe
  • Efficient
  • Controlled
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Safe
Safe

Safe

CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸

Safe

Safe
CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸

Safe

CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸
Click here for more information
Safe
Safe

Safe

CavaClear has proven clinical success rates of 96-99.4% with a major adverse event rates of 0.7-2%.⁷,⁸
Efficient
Efficient

Efficient

Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²

Efficient

Efficient
Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²

Efficient

Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²
Click here for more information
Efficient
Efficient

Efficient

Circumferential tissue ablation around the embedded IVC filter can easily capture the filter within seconds of laser activation.²
Controlled
Controlled

Controlled

CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵

Controlled

Controlled
CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵

Controlled

CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵
Click here for more information
Controlled
Controlled

Controlled

CavaClear requires 43% less force than standard retrieval techniques⁹ and the mechanism of action does not damage the IVC filter.⁵

Specifications

CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-514
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-514
Sheath size
  • 14 F
Minimum tip inner diameter
  • 10.2 F / 0.134" / 3.40 mm
Maximum tip outer diameter
  • 14.7 F / 0.192" / 4.88 mm
Working length
  • 50 cm
Repetition rate
  • 25-80 Hz
Clinical energy setting
  • 30-60 mJ/mm
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-516
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-516
Sheath size
  • 16 F
Minimum tip inner diameter
  • 12.5 F / 0.164" / 4.17 mm
Maximum tip outer diameter
  • 17.2 F / 0.225" / 5.72 mm
Working length
  • 50 cm
Repetition rate
  • 25-80 Hz
Clinical energy setting
  • 30-60 mJ/mm
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-514
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-514
Sheath size
  • 14 F
Minimum tip inner diameter
  • 10.2 F / 0.134" / 3.40 mm
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-516
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-516
Sheath size
  • 16 F
Minimum tip inner diameter
  • 12.5 F / 0.164" / 4.17 mm
See all specifications
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-514
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-514
Sheath size
  • 14 F
Minimum tip inner diameter
  • 10.2 F / 0.134" / 3.40 mm
Maximum tip outer diameter
  • 14.7 F / 0.192" / 4.88 mm
Working length
  • 50 cm
Repetition rate
  • 25-80 Hz
Clinical energy setting
  • 30-60 mJ/mm
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-516
CavaClear IVC Filter Removal Laser Sheath 500-516
Sheath size
  • 16 F
Minimum tip inner diameter
  • 12.5 F / 0.164" / 4.17 mm
Maximum tip outer diameter
  • 17.2 F / 0.225" / 5.72 mm
Working length
  • 50 cm
Repetition rate
  • 25-80 Hz
Clinical energy setting
  • 30-60 mJ/mm
Regulatory information
Manufacturer address
Product risks
  • 1. Office of the Commissioner. FDA Grants Marketing Authorization for Inferior Vena Cava Filter Removal Device [Press release]. https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-grants-marketing-authorization-inferior-vena-cava-filter-removal-device (2021).
  • 2. Kuo, W. et al. The Excimer Laser Sheath Technique for Embedded Inferior Vena Cava Filter Removal. J Vasc Interv Radiol 2010; 21:1896-1899.
  • 3. 2021 DRG data calculation.
  • 4. Health, C. for D. and R. Safety Communications - Removing Retrievable Inferior Vena Cava Filters: FDA Safety Communication. (2014).
  • 5. Internal data on ease of use D052981 Human Factors Study found all 19 participating physicians scored 5/5 to "I believe the laser sheath is easy to incorporate into an IVC filter removal workflow".
  • 6. D052155 DVR for Laser Energy Effects on IVC filters Project 1349.
  • 7. Kuo, W. et al. Laser‐Assisted Removal of Embedded Vena Cava Filters: A First‐In‐Human Escalation Trial in 500 Patients Refractory to High‐Force Retrieval. Journal of the American Heart Association 9:24, 1-9 (2020).
  • 8. Desai, K. et al. Excimer Laser Sheath-Assisted Retrieval of “Closed-Cell” Design Inferior Vena Cava Filters. J Am Heart Assoc; 9: e017240 (2020).
  • 9. Kuo WT, Odegaard JI, Rosenberg JK, Hofmann LV. Laser-assisted removal of embedded vena cava filters: a 5-year first-in-human study. Chest 2017; 151:417–424.

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