HEMASHIELD PLATINUM Woven Double Velour Vascular Grafts from Maquet

HEMASHIELD PLATINUM Woven Double Velour Grafts are collagen-impregnated and come in straight, one-branch, or multi-branch graft configurations for aortic repair.

Trusted for more than 20 years, HEMASHIELD grafts are the most used, most studied vascular products available in the market today. More than 2 million HEMASHIELD grafts have been implanted worldwide, demonstrating clinical efficacy and improved outcomes. These grafts have superior healing, improved tissue ingrowth, higher patency, excellent biocompatibility, and proven efficacy.

HEMASHIELD PLATINUM Branch Grafts: A Graft Designed for Each Technique

In addition to straight and bifurcated options, the following products with presewn branches offer versatility and convenience for a wide variety of aortic repair techniques and procedures.

Four-Branch Graft: Observed clinical advantages of the four-branch arch graft replacement include

Dramatically reduced cerebral circulatory arrest times
Significantly lowered risk of mortality and risk of neurologic dysfunction
Negated the need for direct cannulation of brachiocephalic arteries, which reduces the risk of embolization of air or atherosclerotic debris
Provides an alternative technique to the Island Technique with retrograde perfusion via femorals

Angled Four-Branch Graft

This four-branch graft Includes one branch for perfusion and three angled branches (60 degrees) for repair or replacement of the head vessels
Angled design mimics the natural anatomy of the head vessels

One-Branch Graft: The straight and one-branch grafts may be used for various procedures, including

Ascending thoracic aortic repair
Descending thoracic aortic repair
Ascending and innominate repair (with one-branch graft)
Island Technique for arch repair

Thoraco-Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (TAAA) Graft

Designed for repair or replacement of the thoracic and abdominal portions of the aorta
Applications include replacement of the right and left renal arteries as well as the superior mesenteric artery and celiac arteries

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