Peripheral Vascular

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Treat optimally.

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Visualize the best path forward with IVUS eyes

Philips IVUS provides the visualization needed to gain deeper insights into the lesion and choose the best procedural path forward.
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Eccentric fibrotic plaque with deep calcium module
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IVUS changed treatment

Vessel size

Guides device sizing to ensure precise wall apposition, drug delivery, and placement
Vessel diameter
Vessel diameter
Lumen diameter
Lumen diameter
Plaque burden
Plaque burden

Plaque morphology

Understand plaque type and severity to help guide proper device selection
Soft
Soft
Fibrous
Fibrous
Calcific
Calcific
Thrombus
Thrombus
CTO
CTO

Plaque geometry

Visualize plaque burden location for precise treatment
Concentric
Concentric
Eccentric
Eccentric

Guidewire position

Confirm true lumen or sub-intimal guidewire location
True lumen
True lumen
Sub-intimal
Sub-intimal

Confirm optimal treatment with IVUS

No dissections  •  Reduce residual stenosis  •  Stent fully deployed  •  Treated entire lesion
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Introducing

Philips QuickClear

thrombectomy system

 

Its powerfully simple design requires no capital equipment, maximizes aspiration power and supports faster set-up and procedure times.

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Treat optimally with versatility


The Philips portfolio of therapeutic devices offers the versatility needed to treat the majority of PAD cases, including complex lesions.

Crossing

Cross your toughest lesions
Quick-Cross catheter
The support you need to handle any lesion
Pioneer Plus catheter
Only IVUS-guided re-entry catheter

Vessel prep


Prepare multiple lesion morphologies, locations and characteristics
Turbo-Elite and Turbo-Power laser atherectomy
Turbo-Elite and Turbo-Power laser atherectomy
Clinically proven ablation in a variety of lesion types above and below the knee2
Phoenix atherectomy system
Front-cutting mechanical atherectomy for treating mixed morphologies with low risk of embolization3
QuickClear thrombectomy system
Intuitive and powerful thrombus aspiration supports faster procedure times
AngioSculpt scoring balloon
Reduced risk of flow-limiting dissections including calcified lesions4

Definitive treatment


Customized treatment delivers improved outcomes
QuickClear throbectomy system
Intuitive and powerful thrombus aspiration supports faster procedure times
Stellarex drug-coated angioplasty balloon

Stellarex 0.035” drug-coated angioplasty balloon

Durable treatment effect in common to complex patients with a low drug dose5


No difference in mortality signal in ILLUMENATE RCT analysis set through 4 years6,7

For important safety information, indications, contraindications and warnings, visit stellarexdcb.com

Tack endovascular system

Minimal metal dissection repair device for optimized PTA above and below the knee


For important safety information, indications, contraindications and warnings, visit https://intactvascular.com/tack-endovascular-system/

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Clinically proven laser atherectomy


Philips offers unique laser atherectomy solutions including Turbo-Elite and Turbo-Power catheters to treat lesions located both above and below the knee.

Using the proven effect of photoablation from ultraviolet light, laser atherectomy allows physicians to treat diverse vessel morphologies and help patients. Philips offers the only proven solution for the treatment of in-stent restenosis (ISR).
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Safe

The Philips laser atherectomy portfolio uses 308 nm ultraviolet light generated from an excimer laser to safely treat patients.

Watch Videos
How light works with Dr. Walker

Laser physics with Dr. Walker

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Effective

The Philips laser atherectomy portfolio can be used in both above and below the knee cases with mixed morphology lesions

Watch videos
Benefits of laser in various morphologies with Drs Mena and Kovach

Laser atherectomy animation 

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Proven2

The Philips laser atherectomy portfolio has been used extensively for many years to deliver effective patient outcomes

Read case studies
Peripheral laser evidence review

EXCITE clinical abstract

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Full view treatment planning

 

The Philips portfolio of therapeutic devices offers the versatility needed to treat the majority of PAD cases, including complex lesions.

Personalized solution for office-based labs

 

From planning to expanding, SymphonySuite is the expert by your side for office-based labs (OBLs). Partner with SymphonySuite, the all-in-one partner for expertise, customized packages of equipment and interventional devices and unique reward programs9 tailored to your needs to help you grow your practice with confidence. You are one stop away from passion to possible.

Personalized solution

Personalized solution for office-based labs

 

From planning to expanding, SymphonySuite is the expert by your side for office-based labs (OBLs). Partner with SymphonySuite, the all-in-one partner for expertise, customized packages of equipment and interventional devices and unique reward programs9 tailored to your needs to help you grow your practice with confidence. You are one stop away from passion to possible.

Treatment plan example 1
Treatment plan example 2
Treatment plan example 1
Treatment plan example one
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Eccentric fibrotic plaque with deep calcium module
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See clearly

   

Vessel size: 5.5 mm diameter

Plaque morphology: Fibrotic plaque with intimal and medial calcium

Plaque geometry: Eccentric lesion

Guidewire position: True lumen

Treat optimally

   

Quick-Cross catheter: Confidently cross challenging morphologies

Phoenix deflecting atherectomy: Front facing to cut, capture and clear mixed morphologies, including calcium; deflecting capabilities for larger luminal gain

AngioSculpt scoring balloon: Score calcium to reduce dissection4

Stellarex DCB: Designed for performance in calcium

Treatment plan example 2
Treatment plan example two
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Lumen with fresh thrombus
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Micro-calcification
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Calcified plaque with acoustic shadowing
See clearly

   

Vessel size: 6 mm diameter

Plaque morphology: Mixed, thrombic plaque with medial calcium

Plaque geometry: Eccentric lesion

Guidewire position: True lumen

Treat optimally

   

Quick-Cross catheter: Confidently cross challenging morphologies

Turbo-Power laser atherectomy: Forward facing directional debulking to clear thrombus; rotation for improved deliverability in calcified lesions

AngioSculpt scoring balloon: Safely dilate residual stenosis4

Stellarex DCB: Designed for performance in calcium

Treatment plan examples are based on case simulations, not actual patient cases. Examples are provided for informational purposes only, and not for the purpose of providing medical advice.
 
  1. Spark I, Allan R. The role of IVUS in peripheral interventions. Charing Cross. 2018. London, UK.1
  2. Dave RM, Patlola R, Kollmeyer K, et al. Excimer laser recanalization of femoropopliteal lesions and 1-year patency: results of the CELLO registry. J Endovasc Ther. 2009;16(6):665-675. Turbo-Power and Turbo-Elite were determined to be substantially equivalent to the devices studied in this publication.
  3. Davis, Thomas et al., Safety and effectiveness of the Phoenix Atherectomy System in lower extremity arteries: Early and midterm outcomes from the prospective multicenter EASE study. September 27, 2017, DOI: 10.1177/1708538117712383.
  4. Kiesz RS, Scheinert D, Peeters PJ, et al. Results from the international registry of the AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2008;51:10(suppl B);75.
  5. S. Jay Mathews, MD. NCVH Conference. May 30, 2019. New Orleans, LA.
  6. Sean Lyden, MD LINC 2020. Leipzig, Germany, January 28, 2020.
  7. William Gray, MD VIVA 2020 Late-Breaking Clinical Trials, June 25, 2020.
  8. Certain credit conditions are required and every customer myst be credit approved. Not all customers will qualify. Subject to program agreement.

 

Refer to product labeling for complete indications, contraindications, and warnings.

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