VENITI VICI Venous Stent System
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The VENITI VICI™ Venous Stent System comprises two components: the stent implant and the disposable delivery system. The stent is a laser cut, self-expanding stent composed of a nickel titanium alloy (nitinol). The stent has closed-cell segments, and proprietary bridges and braces, designed to provide strength and flexibility in the venous anatomy. The delivery system is a coaxial, Over-the-Wire (OTW) design with an exterior shaft to protect and constrain the stent prior to deployment. The system is compatible with a 9Fr sheath introducer, and can be delivered via either a jugular or femoral vein approach.
Crush Resistance You Can See
Venous disease requires a high degree of crush resistance, so the radial stiffness of our venous stent is maximized to resist compression and improve vessel patency.
Post-procedure Images of the Iliac Vein
VICI Venous Stent System
Uniform End to End Strength and Shape with Flexibility
The closed-cell design of the VICI Venous Stent System avoids overlapping and gapping during and post deployment. This unique design maintains structural integrity along the entire length of the stent. This is particularly important in locations with extrinsic pressure. An example would be May Thurner Syndrome, where a “pinch point” is created by the right iliac artery crossing the left iliac vein. The uniform strength and shape provides excellent inflow and outflow, while maintaining flexibility.
The stent is deployed in a controlled, two-step process. This provides greater ease of placement. When the stent is deployed to the position shown in Step 1, it can be placed in the appropriate position in the vein. Once the stent is in the proper location, it can be fully-deployed, as shown in Step 2.