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Maintain Cardiac Output and Coronay Perfusion by pulsatile iVAC2L - percutaneous Ventricular Assist Device1.

​Supports flow and pressure1

Increasing cardiac output with up to 2l/min, iVAC2L helps to maintain the coronay and end-organ perfusion.

Efficient & Reliable technology1

Single lumen Nitinol braided catheter with proprietary bi-directional valve and an extracorporeal membrane pump ensure efficient pump performance at straightforwad technology2. The working principle helps to provide a low hemolysis rate. (fHb<6µmol/l)1.

Works with conventional intra-aortic balloon pump drivers3

Ease of use and short learning curve- helps a fast adoption in daily practice2.

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Catheter size17 Fr (O.D. 5.9 mm) diameter
Catheter length 100 cm
Guidewire compatibility/ information for use0.035" or 0.038", length: 260 cm ( super stiff)
Catheter material Nitinol
Valve/tipStainless steel (316L)
​Kit content​iVAC2L catheter
iVAC2L membrane pump
PTFE catheter inner tube
Extension tube
SoloPath Re-collapsible (SR1935) access system

​Position

Advance iVAC2L catheter following standard LV positioning practice.3

​Connect

Connect membrane pump to catheter and IABP driver.3

​Support

Start the support  and focus on your supported Complex PCI.3

 

 

Item referenceSpacing – distal tip to bi-directional valve (mm)Catheter length (cm)
LV17-173100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

​iVAC2L is a trademark of PulseCath b.v., The Netherlands

iVAC2L is manufactured by PulseCath b.v. and exclusively distributed by Terumo Europe NV in EMEA territory

1Pulsatile iVAC2L Circulatory Support in High-Risk Percutaneous Coronary Intervention; Corstiaan A den Uil, MD, PhD; J Daemen, MD, PhD; MJ Lenzen, PhD; AM Maugenest, MSc; L Joziasse, MSc; RJ van Geuns, MD, PhD; Nicolas M. VanMieghem, MD, PhD, Eurointervention in Press
2The PulseCath iVAC2L left ventricular assist device: conversion to a percutaneous transfemoral approach. Van Mieghem N.M., et al. Euro Intervention 2015; 1:835-839

3IFU iVAC2L 10Feb2014

 

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