CAUTION: Investigational Device – Limited by United States law to investigational use. Endospan devices bear the CE marking of conformity.
THE NEXUS™ SYSTEM
FOR MORE PATIENTS
For some patients, open aortic arch repair can be risky. Anatomical complexity and lack of approved devices for the arch can prohibit endovascular repair. This makes the choice of treatment difficult or even impossible for some patients.
NEXUS can safely extend minimally invasive, durable intervention to more patients while mitigating the risks of stroke, endoleak and migration.
NEXUS is the first and only CE-approved off-the-shelf branched endovascular aortic arch system.
Indicated for a wide range of aortic pathologies, including arch aneurysms, thoracic dissections, and PAU, NEXUS is designed to overcome the specific challenges of the aortic arch anatomy. Stable and secured anatomical anchoring and atraumatic sealing are achieved with the proprietary “Dock and Lock” modular system.
FOR TOTAL ENDOVASCULAR
REMOVES COMPLEXITY FROM A TECHNICALLY DEMANDING PROCEDURE
Finally surgeons have a straightforward, minimally invasive solution for aortic arch repair that allows for procedural consistency and reliability.
NEXUS enables a low and predictable procedure time, eliminates need for hypothermic circulatory arrest for lower hospitalization and related costs, and delivers outcomes comparable to open surgery.
hear it from the experts
ROSS MILNER, MD
Director, Center for Aortic Diseases;
University of Chicago Medicine
"An endovascular approach to widen or repair narrowed arteries in the aortic arch would be a significant medical advance."
THOMAS LINDSAY, MD
Chief, Vascular Surgery;
Toronto General Hospital
"NEXUS gives vascular surgeons a minimally invasive alternative to offer patients compared with open heart surgery to repair their life threatening aortic arch disease."
ANDREW HOLDEN, MD
Associate Professor of Radiology;
Auckland (NZ) University School of Medicine
"(With NEXUS) we have complete control of delivery of the main component. There's no manipulation of aortic branches; there's minimal risk of stroke"