The Angio-Seal vascular closure device uses three bioabsorbable components to actively seal the arteriotomy:
AnchorIntravascular: placed against the inside of the vessel wall.
CollagenExtravascular: placed on top of the arteriotomy in the tissue tract.
SutureCinches the anchor and collagen together to form a secure seal.
The Angio-Seal active closure anchor gives you the inside advantage. The anchor creates a mechanical seal from the inside out.
The bioabsorbable Angio-Seal anchor, suture and collagen provide dual security.1-3
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1Applegate RJ, Turi Z, Sachdev N, et al. The Angio-Seal Evolution Registry: outcomes of a novel automated Angio-Seal vascular closure device. J Invasive Cardiol. 2010;22(9):420-6.2 Kussmaul WG, Buchbinder M, Whitlow PL, et al. Rapid arterial hemostasis and decreased access site complications after cardiac catheterization and angioplasty: Results of a randomized trial of a novel hemostatic device. JACC. 1995;25(7):1685-92.3 Angio-Seal Instructions for Use.4 Kensey KR. Puncture site hemostasis. J Invasive Cardiol. 1994;6(8):273-6.5 Angio-Seal PMA 930038. Section V Technical Information, 55.6 Tellez A, Cheng Y, Yi GH, et al. In vivo intravascular ultrasound analysis of the absorption rate of the Angio-Seal vascular closure device in the porcine femoral artery. EuroIntervention. 2010;5(6):731-6.7 Nash JE, Evans DG. The Angio-Seal hemostatic puncture closure device. Herz. 1999;24(8):597-606.8 Aker UT, Kensey KR, Heuser RR, et al. Immediate arterial hemostasis after cardiac catheterization: Initial experience with a new puncture closure device. Cathet Cardiovasc Diagn. 1994;31(3):228-32.