Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Management of Invamed

DVT is thrombosis that occurs in the deep veins of the lower or upper extremities and viscera, cerebral vessels or vena cava. DVT may be asymptomatic and present with clinical manifestations ranging from pulmonary embolism. If your treatment goal is to create a small canal or maximize lumen gain, meet Invamed's DVT product combinations to preserve the patient's natural vessel and keep future treatment options open!

DVT Treatment in four stages

 Invamed DVT Management devices are designed to treat all plaque morphologies, including severe calcium. Improved mobility of devices specially designed for catheter treatment makes your procedure more efficient with easier plaque removal. Vena Cava Filter, Mechanical thrombectomy, percutaneous catheter aspiration thrombectomy are fast, safe and efficient treatment options. Invamed thrombectomy products enable venous intervention in DVT procedures, avoiding expensive intensive therapy as well as complications.

Protection With Inca Vena Cava Filter

The INCA IVC Filter is a vena cava filter. It is a catheter system designed to trap large thrombi and prevent them from traveling to the heart and lungs. They are used in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE), patients with a history of or at risk for blood clots who do not respond or cannot be given conventional medical therapy, including blood-thinning agents.The Inca IVC Filter implant made of nitinol can remain in the body for 24 hours.

 Aspiration With Dovi

 Combining intelligent aspiration and wide-lumen catheter engineering, the Dovi System is the latest generation device in clot removal technology. Aspiration windows on the sides provide aspiration of the thrombus attached to the wall.

 Pharmacomechanical Treatment With Mantis

 This over-the-wire rhyolitic thrombectomy device creates a hydrodynamic vortex that breaks up the surrounding thrombus. The system requires the use of a special system that creates a rotational vortex effect that prevents embolism while preventing distal embolism and degrading the thrombus with TPA.

 Pharmacomechanical Thrombolysis With Viper

 The field created by the ultrasonic nuclei directs the drug deeper into the clot. Thus, it dissolves fibrin to expose plasminogen receptor sites and greatly accelerates lytic dispersion.