Atlas
Endovascular Carbon Coated Stent Graft System



The Atlas endovascular stent graft (implant) is a self-expanding Nitinol stent covered with expanded Polytetrafluorethylene (EPTFE). Nitinol stent has markers on both ends with tantalum markings showing high radioopacity. Its surface is covered with carbon Various diameters and lengths are available.

OVERVIEW

Atlas Endovascular Carbon Coated Stent Graft System

Atlas endovascular stent graft (implant) is a self-expanding Nitinol stent covered with expanded Polytetrafluorethylene (EPTFE).

Nitinol stent has markers on both ends with tantalum markings showing high radioopacity. Its surface is covered with carbon.

It is indicated for the treatment of upper extremity venous outflow stenosis of patients dialyzed with an arteriovenous (AV) access graft or fistula.

The stent is delivered inserted between the inner catheter and the outer sheath, located in the distal portion of the graft delivery system. In such a compressed arrangement, the supports of the nitinol stent are positioned close to each other.

 The flexible release system is a coaxial catheter system consisting of an internal catheter integrated into the system via a metal tubing shaft and a coaxial outer sheath connected to the Y-injection adapter via the Tuohy-Borst valve.

Superior Performance with Innovative Design.

Helical Design for Radial Strength and Flexibility.

  • Atraumatic tip designed to facilitate smooth entry and exit at the access point
  • Straight and flared configurations to optimize hemodynamic flow in the venous anastomosis
  • Full encapsulation between two ePTFE designed to resist neointimal hyperplasia at the treatment site
  • Designed to withstand bending, compression, and stretching in combination with spiral posts and angled bridges
  • Tantalum markers to increase visibility under fluoroscopy.

Atlas endovascular stent graft (implant) is a self-expanding Nitinol stent covered with expanded Polytetrafluorethylene (EPTFE).

Nitinol stent has markers on both ends with tantalum markings showing high radioopacity. Its surface is covered with carbon.

CARBON COATED LUMINAL SURFACE MADE BY LASMA ION IMPLANTATION METHOD

         Grafts created with this technology both improve mechanical properties and increase radial strength. It provides high biocompatibility and reduces ion release and thrombogenicity.

FEATURES

 Proven to have effective propulsion, tracking, and visibility under fluoroscopy on a low-profile delivery system in a preclinical model.

• Carbon coated ePTFE along the lumen surface to reduce early platelet adhesion

• Provides superior fluoroscopic imaging of the entire Stent Graft placement process with Tantalum Markers

• Excellent radial expansion strength minimizes the risk of Stent Graft dislocation or displacement

• Minimal stent graft that appears small during placement ensures placement accuracy

Atlas Endovascular Stent Grafts are MRI conditional

Atlas Endovascular Stent Graft represents the perfect balance of desirable properties such as radial strength, flexibility, minimal shortening, low profile, placement accuracy, and convenient placement in an easy-to-use withdrawal delivery system.

The delivery system is a multifunctional knitted catheter technology with an optimal balance between shaft Pushability and sustained Flexibility at the catheter tip, providing excellent Traceability in the target lesion area.

• Soft automatic tip is a conical tip suitable for 0.035” guide wire.

• “Topless internal catheter” reduces the risk of insertion after catheter entanglement Low profile delivery systems reduce patient trauma.

• Reduction of early platelet adhesion ePTFE with Carbon along the lumen surface is covered.

• Entire Stent Graft with Tantalum Markers superior fluoroscopic provides viewing.

• Minimal that appears small during placement stent-graft ensures placement accuracy

Atlas Endovascular Stent Grafts MRI is conditional.

 Atlas Endovascular Stent Graft radial strength, flexibility, minimal shortening low profile, placement accuracy, and in an easy-to-use pull-back transmission system proper placement

Superior Performance with Innovative Design Helical Design for Radial Strength and Flexibility

• Smooth entry and exit at the access point atraumatic tip designed to facilitate

• The hemodynamic flow in the venous anastomosis flat and extended configurations

• Between two ePTFE, in the treatment area to resist neointimal hyperplasia designed full-encapsulation

• With spiral posts and angled bridges against bending, compression, and stretching designed to provide durability

• To increase visibility under fluoroscopy tantalum markers

TECHNICAL SPECS

Graft Material    Microporous EPTFE
Stent Material    Nitinol
Stent Graft Design    Singel Stent
Handling System    6F & 7F
Introducer Sheath
Compatibility
   6F & 7F
Guide Wire Compatibility   0.035"
Body Size    120 cm
Marker Mateial    Pt-lr
Catheter Body Length   120 cm
Open Stent Graft Size   5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, 10.0
Nominal Stent Graft Length   18, 22, 28, 38, 58
18, 23, 27, 37, 57
Shelf Life   36 Month
Inner Lumen Surface   Carbon Coated

ORDERING INFO

  CATHETER LENGTH (120 cm)
Diameter 18 mm 22 mm 23 mm 27 mm 28 mm 37 mm 38 mm 57 mm 58 mm
(mm)
5.0 VS5018 VS5022 VS5023 VS5027 VS5028 VS5037 VS5038 VS5057 VS5058
6.0 VS6018 VS6022 VS6023 VS6027 VS6028 VS6037 VS6038 VS6057 VS6058
7.0 VS7018 VS7022 VS7023 VS7027 VS7028 VS7037 VS7038 VS7057 VS7058
8.0 VS8018 VS8022 VS8023 VS8027 VS8028 VS8037 VS8038 VS8057 VS8058
9.0 VS9018 VS9022 VS9023 VS9027 VS9028 VS9037 VS9038 VS9057 VS9058
10.0 VS1018 VS1022 VS1023 VS1027 VS1028 VS1037 VS1038 VS1057 VS1058