CLI patient (Rutherford 5) with foot ulceration. Diagnostic angiogram shows near-occlusion of distal AT. 2.5mm PTA of AT and dorsalis pedia attempted with near-immediate recoil and unsatisfactory result. 2.5mm x 40mm Shockwave IVL introduced into distal AT. Post-IVL angiogram shows resolution of stenosis with good distal flow into dorsalis pedis and no complications.
We're excited about IVL's potential in aortic stenosis, too!
But, right now we're in the early phases of the R&D program. In the meantime,
don't miss the IVL application that heart teams are embracing already — maintaining transfemoral TAVR access
through heavily calcified iliacs by using IVL.
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