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US Device Guide / Closure Devices

Company Name Product Name Type Puncture Size (F) Maximum Wire Compatibility (inch) US FDA Indicated Use Comments
Terumo Interventional Systems Angio-Seal Evolution Vascular Closure Device Mechanical seal 5/6, 7/8 0.035 (5/6 F), 0.038 (7/8 F) Femoral arterial puncture site closure for diagnostic angiography or interventional procedures Automated collagen compaction and enhanced ease-of-use design; suture, collagen, and anchor sandwich of the arteriotomy; all components reabsorb within 90 days; FDA labeling for immediate restick; FDA labeling for 20-minute ambulation and 60-minute discharge for diagnostic cases with a 6-F sheath or smaller procedural sheath
Terumo Interventional Systems Angio-Seal STS Plus Vascular Closure Device Mechanical seal 5/6, 7/8 0.035 (5/6 F), 0.038 (7/8 F) Femoral arterial puncture site closure for diagnostic angiography or interventional procedures Suture, collagen, and anchor sandwich of the arteriotomy; all components reabsorb within 90 days; FDA labeling for immediate restick; FDA labeling for 20-minute ambulation and 60-minute discharge for diagnostic cases with a 6-F sheath or smaller procedural sheath
Terumo Interventional Systems Angio-Seal VIP Vascular Closure Device Mechanical seal 5/6, 7/8 0.035 (5/6 F), 0.038 (7/8 F) Femoral arterial puncture site closure for diagnostic angiography or interventional procedures Suture, collagen, and anchor sandwich of the arteriotomy; all components reabsorb within 90 days; FDA labeling for immediate restick; FDA labeling for 20-minute ambulation and 60-minute discharge for diagnostic cases with a 6-F sheath or smaller procedural sheath
Cardiva Medical, Inc. Cardiva Catalyst II Manual compression assist device 5, 6, 7 Utilizes existing procedural sheath Employs Cardiva’s proven proprietary collapsible disc technology and is coated with kaolin and chitosan used to promote coagulation by activating the clotting cascade and causing platelet aggregation; Catalyst II supports the body's natural healing process by providing temporary hemostasis at the arteriotomy, allowing the arterial puncture to recoil to the size of an 18-gauge needle; a hemostatic coating on the wire accelerates the clotting cascade in the tissue tract, quickly facilitating vessel closure, preserving the artery, and leaving nothing behind
Cardiva Medical, Inc. Cardiva Catalyst III Manual compression assist device 5, 6, 7 Utilizes existing procedural sheath Intended for patients receiving heparin and expands on Catalyst II technology with the addition of a protamine sulfate coating in patients receiving heparin; the coating acts to locally neutralize the effects of heparin in the tissue tract at the puncture site and further aid the body's natural healing process
Cordis, a Cardinal Health company ExoSeal Vascular Closure Device Extravascular PGA plug 5, 6, 7 Utilizes existing procedural sheath Femoral artery puncture site closure Precise extravascular positioning with unique lockout mechanism and visual indicators to help prevent intravascular deployment; does not require assembly and is deployed via a simple three-step process; the PGA plug is fully resorbed as carbon dioxide and water within 60 to 90 days
Morris Innovative, Inc. FISH CombiClose Mechanical seal 6, 8 Uses wire within kit Common femoral artery, 6- or 8-F catheterization procedures Active closure device utilizing an ExtraCellular Matrix to promote remodeling of the arterial wall, minimizing scar tissue; the intravascular component is very pliable, allowing for closure in small or diseased vessels as well as bifurcation or low sticks; can be utilized as a combined working sheath/closure device; kit contains 0.035-inch guidewire if procedural wire is larger
Teleflex Manta Vascular Closure Device Bioresorbable implant Following the use of 10–20 F device or sheaths (12–25 F OD) 0.035 Indicated for closure of femoral artery access sites while reducing time to hemostasis following the use of 10–20-F devices or sheaths (12–25-F OD) in endovascular catheterization procedures Designed specifically for closure of large bore femoral artery access sites; easy positioning without the need for preclosure; simple deployment with help from auditory and visual cues and a reliable closure using a single device
Cordis, a Cardinal Health company Mynx Control Vascular Closure Device Extravascular PEG sealant 5, 6, 7 Utilizes existing procedural sheath Femoral arteries Integrates dual-mode active sealing and resorbability with a next-generation delivery system to maximize predictability, safety, and ease of use
Cordis, a Cardinal Health company MynxGrip Vascular Closure Device Extravascular PEG sealant 5, 6, 7 Utilizes existing procedural sheath Femoral arteries and veins Provides secure mechanical closure with the safety of an extravascular sealant; the Grip sealant actively adheres to and seals the arteriotomy or venotomy while expanding to fill the tissue tract; offers a closure option that is completely extravascular and dissolves within 30 days
Abbott Perclose ProGlide Suture Common femoral artery, 5–21 (max OD, 26); common femoral vein 5–24 (max OD, 29) 0.038 Common femoral artery (5–21 F) and vein (5–24 F) access sites Provides secure repair with pretied polypropylene monofilament suture, ability to maintain wire access, and minimal intravascular footprint with no re-access restrictions; broadest indication for both femoral arterial and venous access
Abbott Prostar XL Suture 8.5–10 0.038 Common femoral artery, 8.5–10 F access sites Provides secure repair with two braided sutures, ability to maintain wire access with minimal intravascular footprint
Abbott StarClose SE Nitinol clip 5–6 0.038 Common femoral artery, 5–6 F access sites Utilizes an extravascular nitinol clip to provide immediate repair; simple to use; hemostasis can be challenged and confirmed on the table
Cardiva Medical, Inc. Vascade Vascular Closure System (VCS) Extravascular, bioabsorbable closure device 5, 6, 7 Utilizes existing procedural sheath Fully integrated, extravascular, bioabsorbable femoral access closure system that is easy to use, leaves no permanent components behind, and has demonstrated safety and efficacy in a wide range of patients; the system combines Cardiva’s proven proprietary collapsible disc technology and a thrombogenic resorbable collagen patch in an integrated design; for patients and health care providers, the device enables rapid hemostasis while minimizing complications; indicated for femoral arterial access site closure while reducing times to hemostasis and ambulation in patients who have undergone diagnostic or interventional endovascular procedures using a 5-, 6-, or 7-F procedural sheath
Cordis, a Cardinal Health company Zephyr Vascular Compression Band Radial compression band Vascular closure Single air pillow, comfortable soft band

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