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FemoSeal™ - Vascular closure device

​Fast, effective, easy to use

  • Instant hemostasis with an easy to use deployment system

 

Fully bioabsorbable

  • All components of FemoSeal vascular closure device are fully bioabsorbable: two polymer discs held together by a suture

 

Rapid hemostasis and early ambulation

  • Designed to achieve effective and instant hemostasis. Sealing femoral artery punctures following catheterization procedures promotes rapid ambulation with low vascular complication rates.1
  • The median Time To Hemostasis (TTH) is 1 minute.2
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Locate the artery

1. ​Thread the FemoSeal device over the guidewire and insert the sheath and dilator into the artery

2. Detach the safety catch with dilator and guidewire. When the FemoSeal safety catch with dilator has been retracted a few centimeters (2-4 cm), blood should appear in the proximal part of the sheath, verifying that the sheath is in the artery.

Seal the artery

3. ​Deploy the inner disc by pressing down the button completely in one continuous movement

4. Pull back the FemoSeal device until the depressed button springs back. The inner disc establishes hemostasis. Maintain suture tension while deploying the outer locking disc by completely pressing down the button again.

Verify hemostasis

5.​ Remove the FemoSeal device. Verify hemostasis.

6. After verification, cut the suture below skin level using a sterile instrument. Clean puncture site and apply a sterile dressing so that it can easily be observed during recovery.

​Item reference​French size​Guidewire diameter (in)
​C11202​70.038​

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

​1 SCAAR Registry 2009.
Schulz-Schupke S, Helde S, Gewalt S, et al. Comparison of Vascular Closure Devices vs Manual Compression After Femoral Artery Puncture The ISAR-CLOSURE Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA. 2014;312(19):1981-7.

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