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Intergard Knitted Ultrathin

Intergard Knitted Ultrathin
Intergard Knitted Ultrathin

Intergard Knitted Ultrathin

Knitted Vascular Grafts

Proprietary Ultrathin wall technology designed to improve handling characteristics.

Overview

Properties

  • Collagen-coated polyester graft
  • Reverse locknit knitting technique
  • Water permeability : < 5ml/cm²/min[1]
  • Available in radially supported configuration for kink and compression resistance, including axillo-bifemoral and fem-fem crossover procedures.[2],[3]

Ultrathin Straight  

Diameter Length Reference
6 mm 20 cm IGKUT0006-20
7 mm 20 cm IGKUT0007-20
8 mm 20 cm IGKUT0008-20
6 mm 40 cm IGKUT0006-40
7 mm 40 cm IGKUT0007-40
8 mm 40 cm IGKUT0008-40
6 mm 70 cm IGKUT0006-70
7 mm 70 cm IGKUT0007-70
8 mm 70 cm IGKUT0008-70

Ultrathin Radially Supported Straight   

Diameter Proximal/Distal Length Supported Length Total Length Reference
8 mm 40/15 cm 15 cm 70 cm IGKUT0008RS15
6 mm 35/15 cm 20 cm 70 cm IGKUT0006RS20
7 mm 35/15 cm 20 cm 70 cm IGKUT0007RS20
8 mm 35/15 cm 20 cm 70 cm IGKUT0008RS20
6 mm 25/15 cm 30 cm 70 cm IGKUT0006RS30
7 mm 25/15 cm 30 cm 70 cm IGKUT0007RS30
8 mm 25/15 cm 30 cm 70 cm IGKUT0008RS30

Alla referenser

  1. 1. data on file

  2. 2. El-Massry, S., et al., Femoropopliteal bypass with externally supported knitted
    Dacron grafts: a follow-up of 200 grafts for one to twelve years. J Vasc Surg, 1994.
    19(3): p. 487-94.

  3. 3. El-Massry, S., et al., Axillofemoral bypass with externally supported, knitted Dacron
    grafts: a follow-up through twelve years. J Vasc Surg, 1993. 17(1): p. 107-14; discussion
    114-5.