Stellarex Drug-coated 0.035" and 0.014“ angioplasty balloons

Stellarex

Drug-coated 0.035" and 0.014“ angioplasty balloons

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Stellarex drug-coated balloon featuring EnduraCoat technology comprising hybrid coating, Polyethylene glycol (PEG) excipient and 2µg/mm² low drug dose. Proven safety and efficacy in SFA.

Features
Effective low drug dose matters
Effective low drug dose matters

Effective low drug dose matters

Dose excess and particulate downstream possibly results in a delay of wound healing, loss of microcirculation and creation of aneurysms¹⁰⁻¹³. Stellarex is the only low dose DCB with a statistically significant treatment effect in femoropopliteal lesions².
Proven performance in calcium
Proven performance in calcium

Proven performance in calcium

PEG forms strong ionic bonds with hydroxyl apatite (HAp), the primary component of calcified atherosclerotic lesions¹⁴. PEG’s affinity for HAp may result in limited PTX washout in the presence of calcium.
Sustained tissue Residency
Sustained tissue Residency

Sustained tissue Residency

Hybrid paclitaxel offers prompt drug transfer and sustained tissue residency through 28 day restenotic window¹⁵⁻¹⁶.
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  • *Complex patients refers to high rates of severe calcium, diabetes and renal insufficiency. Primary patency based on Kaplan-Meier estimates. †† No statistically significant difference in mortality ‡Data from independent CEC (clinical events committee) adjudication of all events resulting in death across all studies