FENESTRATED ANACONDA™

Precision-designed enabling you to treat more patients 1

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Fenestrated Anaconda™ delivers the flexibility to design the device you require to meet the needs of your patient and your treatment plan.

Prototype system with 3D anatomical model to aid visualisation and case planning 2,3

Versatile positioning and sizing of fenestrations

uncompromised by stents or wires 1,2,4

Repositionable after unsheathing

to aid fenestration alignment and accurate deployment 1,5

Proximal access

enabling the catheterisation of vessels from an upper limb approach 1 & 2

CLINICAL PERFORMANCE

97.6% target vessel patency at 1 year

75.8% sac regression, 23.1% stable at 1 year

91% freedom from reintervention at 1 year 1

Colgan et al., (2018) Study of 101 patients receiving Fenestrated Anaconda

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REFERENCES:

  1. Colgan FE, Bungay PM, Burfitt N, Hatrick A, Clarke MJ, Davies AH, et al. Operative and 1-Year Outcomes of the Custom-Made Fenestrated Anaconda Aortic Stent Graft—A UK Multicenter Study. Ann Vasc Surg. 2018 Jan 1;46:257–64.
  2. Midy D, Becquemin J-P, Mialhe C, Frisch N, Martinez R, Caradu C. Results of the French Multicentric Study of ANACONDA Fenestrated Endografts in the Treatment of Complex Aortic Pathologies (EFEFA Registry). Ann Vasc Surg. 2017 Aug 1;43:151–65.
  3. Taher F, Falkensammer J, McCarte J, Strassegger J, Uhlmann M, Schuch P, et al. The influence of prototype testing in three-dimensional aortic models on fenestrated endograft design. J Vasc Surg. 2017 Jun 1;65(6):1591–7.
  4. Bungay PM, Burfitt N, Sritharan K, Muir L, Khan SL, De Nunzio MC, et al. Initial experience with a new fenestrated stent graft. J Vasc Surg. 2011 Dec 1;54(6):1832–8.
  5. Dijkstra ML, Tielliu IFJ, Meerwaldt R, Pierie M, van Brussel J, Schurink GWH, et al. Dutch experience with the fenestrated Anaconda endograft for short-neck infrarenal and juxtarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. J Vasc Surg. 2014 Aug 1;60(2):301–7.