The Challenge of Calcium

Calcium is one of the biggest challenges you face with today’s complex patients. It’s good to know that whatever type of calcified lesion you’re treating, orbital atherectomy is the single solution you need to get from calcified to compliant, safely and efficiently.


PAD: Retrograde Treatment SFA CTO
Mahir D. Elder, MD
Dr. Mahir D. Elder used orbital atherectomy in the treatment of a superficial femoral artery (SFA) chronic total occlusion (CTO).

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CAD: Tight Lesion Treatment Of LAD
Emmanouil S. Brilakis, MD
Dr. Emmanouil Brilakis used orbital atherectomy in the treatment of a severely calcified LAD.

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PAD: Treatment of Multilevel Disease to Avoid Amputation
Tarpan R. Patel, MD
Dr. Tarpan R. Patel used the Diamondback 360® Peripheral Orbital Atherectomy System Exchangeable Series with GlideAssist® in the treatment of multi-level disease to avoid amputation.

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CAD: 99% Stenosis – Right Proximal Coronary Artery
Dean M. Ferrera, DO, FACC, FSCAI
Dr. Dean M. Ferrera performed a distal RCA revascularization using orbital atherectomy enabling PTCA and multiple stents.

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PAD: Radial Artery Access Treatment of CFA
William Hull, D.O.
Dr. William Hull used orbital atherectomy via radial artery access in the treatment of severe claudication and stenosis in the left common femoral artery.

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