AV Access: Reduce intimal hyperplasia, one of the most common failure modes in dialysis access creation.
Aortic Debranching: Decrease organ ischemia time during revascularization of visceral arteries.Arterial Bypass: Access difficult to reach anatomy for anastomosis creation.
The GORE® Hybrid Vascular Graft is an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) vascular prosthesis that provides a streamlined solution for challenging dialysis access, aortic debranching, and arterial bypass procedures.
Three trusted technologies join together in this single one-of-a-kind graft:
Featuring extended reach with an endoluminal anastomosis, the GORE® Hybrid Device maximizes the number of access sites available for consideration – including challenging site locations and deep vessels – thereby expanding treatment options while reducing vessel manipulation and dissection. Offering both open and over the wire deployment options, it adds versatility in de novo, bypass and revision procedures1.
Unlike a conventional end-to-side anastomosis, the GORE® Hybrid Vascular Graft deploys as a sutureless outflow anastomosis2. Designed to reduce intimal hyperplasia1 and improve outflow hemodynamics, the laminar flow is in line with the host vessel. The nitinol reinforced section effectively shields the vessel lumen area most susceptible to injury and failure. In addition, the device features a low permeability film to enhance seroma resistance.
The GORE® Hybrid Vascular Graft provides a new way in for better outflow – and the potential to significantly improve patient outcomes.