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Less trauma,
faster procedures

Trough low profile (6FR compatibility up to 8mm diameter)

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Outstanding lesion access

Through exceptional flexibility 

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Predictable stent behaviour

Through low foreshortening & high radial force

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The BeGraft Peripheral Stent Graft System is indicated for intraluminal chronic placement in iliac and renal arteries for: 

  • Restoring and improving the patency

  • Treating aneurysms, acute perforations, acute ruptures and fistulas

The BeGraft Peripheral Stent Graft System is not available in the US.

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MRI statements

Non-clinical testing has demonstrated that the “BeGraft Peripheral Stent Graft” is MR Conditional. A patient with this device can be safely scanned immediately after implantation in an MR system meeting the following conditions:

  • static magnetic field of 1.5 Tesla and 3 Tesla, with
  • maximum spatial field gradient of 5,100 G/cm (51 T/m)
  • maximum force product of 91,000,000 G²/cm (91 T²/m)
  • theoretically estimated maximum whole body averaged (WBA) specific absorption rate (SAR) of 2 W/kg (normal operating mode)

Under the scan conditions defined above, the “BeGraft Peripheral Stent Graft” is expected to produce a maximum temperature rise of less than

  • 2.7°C (2 W/kg, 1.5 Tesla) RF-related temperature increase with a background temperature increase of ≈ 1.4°C (2 W/kg, 1.5 Tesla)
  • 2.1°C (2 W/kg, 3 Tesla) RF-related temperature increase with a background temperature increase of ≈ 1.0°C (2 W/kg, 3 Tesla)

after 15 minutes of continuous scanning.

The effect of heating in the MRI environment for overlapping stent grafts or stent grafts with fractured struts is not known. In non-clinical testing, the image artifact caused by the device extends approximately 12.4 mm from the “BeGraft Peripheral Stent Graft” when imaged with a gradient echo pulse sequence and a 3 Tesla MR system.

For further information, please see the current version of the IFUs.