Provides clinical and economic value for treating patients with refractory ascites and variceal bleeding
GORE® VIATORR® Device maintains significantly increased patency compared to bare metal stent alternatives. It is effective in lowering portal pressure gradients in patients with refractory ascites and variceal bleeding.*
Clinical and economic value for treating patients with ascites
TIPS with GORE® VIATORR® Device improves transplant-free survival and control of ascites compared to repeat paracentesis procedures.
Clinical and economic value for patients with variceal bleeding
TIPS with GORE® VIATORR® Device improves survival and control of bleeding compared to repeat endoscopic procedures with medical management.
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INTENDED USE/INDICATIONS FOR USE: The GORE® VIATORR® TIPS Endoprosthesis is indicated for use in the de novo and revision treatment of portal hypertension and its complications such as variceal bleeding, gastropathy, refractory ascites and/or hepatic hydrothorax.
CONTRAINDICATIONS: There are no known contraindications for this device.
Refer to Instructions for Use at eifu.goremedical.com for a complete description of all applicable indications, warnings, precautions and contraindications for the markets where this product is available. RXOnly
* Data on file with Gore PMA P040027.
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- García-Pagán JC, Caca K, Bureau K, et al; Early TIPS (Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt) Cooperative Study Group. Early use of TIPS in patients with cirrhosis and variceal bleeding. New England Journal of Medicine 2010;362(25):2370-2379. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa0910102.