FACING ANOTHER AORTIC ARCH SURGERY?
Have you had an aortic arch surgery in the past?
You probably know that you are at risk of needing additional surgeries in the future.
Having a prior aortic arch surgery and/or other risk factors can reduce your treatment options for another aortic arch surgery.
The TRIOMPHE Study is now enrolling patients at sites across the US to investigate the NEXUS® Aortic Arch Stent Graft System. This innovative device is specifically designed for a much less invasive procedure.
Treatment with nexus®
Learn more about the NEXUS® System treatment experience from Pat, a patient with an aortic dissection,
and his physician, Dr. Adam Beck, a vascular surgeon from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
ABOUT THORACIC AORTIC ARCH DISEASE
The NEXUS Aortic Arch Stent Graft System was specifically engineered for minimally-invasive total arch repair to overcome the challenges of the aortic arch anatomy.
NEXUS is delivered by traveling through your vascular system using fluoroscopic guidance (x-ray pictures), starting with a small incision or needle puncture near your groin (inner thigh). This delivery method is called an endovascular approach.
NEXUS is designed to make a minimally-invasive repair possible for more patients while reducing the risks of surgery.
U.S. TRIOMPHE CLINICAL SITES
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