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sinus-XL Stent

sinus-XL Stent


Operative treatment of stenoses and occlusion of the infrarenal aorta involves major abdominal surgery which is not wholly free from risk owing to frequent occurrence of a combination of risk factors (COPD, CHD). In comparison to operation , the use of stents in interventional treatment of aorta-iliac lesions results in comparable patency rates at lower levels of treatment risk. The sinus-XL Stent is the first worldwide stent system with Class III registration for these procedures.

Indications : 

  • Stenoses and dissections of the aorta
  • Vena cava-syndrome
  • Obstructions of the vena cava
  • Endoleak type 1a and 1b


  • Unique sizes from ⌀ 16mm to 36mm
  • Self expanding nitinol stent
  • Closed-Cell design fro maximum radial force
  • 4 Tantalum markers on stent ends, distal and proximal
  • 10F Application device
  • Braided outer sheath for high kink resistance and extreme flexibility
  • Radiopaque markers on the inner sheath
  • Coaxial pull back system
  • Anti - Jump - Technique for pin point placement

Benefits : 

  • Ideal alternative to open surgery
  • Minimized operation time
  • Significantly reduced infection risk
  • Reduced blood loss
  • Reduced hospital stay
  • Shorter rehabilitation time

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