The First and Only BX Stent Graft Iliac Indication
The GORE® VIABAHN® VBX Balloon Expandable Endoprosthesis (VBX Stent Graft) is the first and only balloon expandable stent graft to receive FDA approval for treatment of de novo or restenotic lesions found in iliac arteries, including lesions at the aortic bifurcation.
Flexible Strength. Proven Success.
The VBX Stent Graft treats iliac occlusive disease with proven procedural success and long-term outcomes through strength, flexibility, and accuracy.
≤ 30% residual stenosis due to high radial strength, even in highly calcified and non-compliant lesions*
Median length change was 0 mm, pre-deployed to final implant in the U.S. IDE study.*
All devices successfully delivered to and deployed at target site with no stent dislodgement, including 18% that were contralateral deliveries*
In TASC II C & D lesions 95.3% primary patency*
* Data on file. Based on nine month results from the Gore VBX FLEX IDE Clinical Study (N = 134 subjects) and follow-ups conducted for U.S. FDA approval.
VBX Stent Graft brings advanced technology and a unique design to help you treat a range of challenging anatomies.
Learn more about our Peripheral Portfolio
The GORE® VIABAHN® VBX Balloon Expandable Endoprosthesis adds a new innovative solution to our expanding Peripheral Portfolio, which provides more treatment options for your complex cases. This is the result of a collaborative effort with clinicians to develop advanced offerings designed to meet the needs of patients. Just one more example of how we work to achieve a shared goal. Together. Improving life.
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