Released in March 2016, the GORE® EXCLUDER® Iliac Branch Endoprosthesis is a revolutionary Endovascular treatment for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms (AAA) which is a bulge in the aorta which could rupture with life-threatening results. This issue can be address through endovascular repair. This is less invasive than open surgery, it involves excluding (sealing off) the aneurysm by placing an endovascular graft inside of the diseased aorta, making a new path for the blood to flow. The endovascular graft (GORE® EXCLUDER® AAA Endoprosthesis) remains inside the aorta permanently through the use of metal prongs, or anchors, as well as a tight fit (radial force) against the wall of the aorta. It is an implantable device
positioned by a delivery catheter. The endovascular graft is intended to exclude (seal off) the aneurysm by placing the endovascular graft inside the diseased aorta to make a new path for the blood to flow.
GHS has had very successful results from this procedure. If you or a family member have been diagnosed with an AAA, you should choose GHS for your endovascular treatment. We have a long standing tradition of providing superior health care and advanced technology in every aspect of vascular care.
Commonly known as balloon angioplasty, this procedure dilates a narrow artery using an inflatable balloon-tipped catheter.
These stents are inserted into diseased or narrow arteries to slowly release anti-proliferation drugs, preventing future blockage. Used in conjunction with PTA, these stents offer a viable option for continual treatment as the drug is released.
These specially designed tubes are primarily used for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair and are made of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), a synthetic polymer, supported by the metal mesh of the stent.
This treatment uses a clot-dissolving injection to break up blockage, most commonly connected with ischemic stroke.
This procedure removes plaque from the inner lining of the arteries using a laser, rotational or directional catheter. Balloon angioplasty or stents may follow if needed.