Custom Relay® Multi-Feature

Customisation to meet the needs of your patient and your practice

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Built upon the Relay® platform, Custom Relay® Multi-Feature utilises the pre-curved inner catheter and tip capture mechanism of the Relay® delivery system to systematically place features in the desired location and provide a stable platform for deployment 1, 2

Increase the Proximal Landing Zone

without compromising supra-aortic trunk patency with fenestrations 1

Multi-feature Custom Relay® Solutions with scallops and fenestrations

to treat patients requiring perfusion to two vessels 3

Distal scallops to accommodate celiac trunk and SMA distally

and increase distal sealing and fixation 4

Accurate positioning of features during deployment

through custom rotational positioning of your Custom Relay® Multi-Feature device on the delivery system 1

Custom features to treat a range of Anatomies

  • Proximal and distal scallops
  • Square and round fenestrations including distal fenestrations
  • Proximal and distal scallops
  • Large diameter up to 50mm
  • Small diameter from 20mm
  • Long grafts >250mm
  • Short grafts <100mm
  • Short ascending devices

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  1. Fernández-Alonso, L. et al. (2020) ‘Fenestrated and Scalloped Endovascular Grafts in Zone 0 and Zone 1 for Aortic Arch Disease’, Annals of Vascular Surgery, 69, pp. 360–365.
  2. van der Weijde, E. et al. (2017) ‘Results From a Nationwide Registry on Scalloped Thoracic Stent-Grafts for Short Landing Zones’, Journal of Endovascular Therapy, 24(1), pp. 97–106.
  3. Alsafi. A. (2014) ‘Endovascular treatment of thoracic aortic aneurysms with a short proximal landing zone using scalloped endografts’, Journal of Vascular Surgery, 60(6), p. 8.
    Custom Relay® multi-feature devices are custom-made and are not CE-marked.
  4. Da Rocha, M., Riambau, V. A. (2010) ‘Experience with a Scalloped Thoracic Stent Graft: A Good Alternative to Preserve Flow to the Celiac and Superior Mesenteric Arteries and to Improve Distal Fixation and Sealing’, Vascular, 18(3), pp. 154–160.