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Vasoview Hemopro 2 Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting System

Cut-and-Seal Technology That’s a Cut Above

Resulting from more than 20 years of continuous advancement, Vasoview Hemopro 2 is the most recent evolution of our simultaneous cut-and-seal technology for endoscopic vessel harvesting.

Vasoview Hemopro 2 Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting System is the latest generation of simultaneous cut and seal technology

The Gold Standard in Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting (EVH)

Following our unwavering commitment to providing highly refined technology and robust design, Vasoview Hemopro 2 has lived up to the Getinge exceptional standard of care. Virtually eliminating thermal spread, this system helps harvesters safely acquire high-quality conduits for coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery.[1]

Getinge Vasoview Hemopro 2

Refined design innovation and ergonomic sophistication

Providing vessel harvesting for both the saphenous vein and radial artery, the Vasoview Hemopro 2 delivers superb visualization and maneuverability. This enables harvesters to work more efficiently and effectively.

Getinge Vasoshield

Protect vessels when flushing

You may also take advantage of the Vasoshield Pressure Controlling Syringe designed protect vessels from overdistension and potential endothelial injury when flushing.

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Extending efficacy

The Vasoview Hemopro 2 is primarily indicated for patients undergoing endoscopic vessel harvesting (EVH) for arterial bypass. Its 7 mm Extended Length Endoscope and Dissection Tip allows for:

  • Visualization of a surgical cavity
  • Dissection in endoscopic - and other minimally invasive surgical procedures
  • Access for vessel harvesting
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Depend on effortless dissection

Our conical dissection tip allows you to create a working tunnel quickly, easily and smoothly.

Extremity procedures include tissue dissection/vessel harvesting along the saphenous vein for use in coronary artery bypass grafting and peripheral artery bypass or radial artery for use in coronary artery bypass graft surgery.

Endoscopic vein and radial artery harvest should be the standard of care for patients who require these conduits for coronary revascularization[3]

EVH should be considered to reduce the incidence of leg wound complications[4]

How does EVH work?

The EVH procedure uses special instruments to view and remove the blood vessel. Performed at the beginning of heart surgery, EVH can be used for the following vessels:

  • The greater saphenous vein (running the length of the leg)
  • The radial artery (running from the wrist to the elbow in the arm)

Proven benefits

According to clinical studies, EVH has:

  • Significantly less risk of infection and wound complications[3]
  • Less postoperative pain and swelling[3]
  • Faster recovery with minimal scarring[3]
  • Greater patient satisfaction[3]

Improve your knowledge with our eLearning and training courses

At Getinge Educational Institute, we have dedicated material for topics related to Intensive Care, Cardiovascular Procedures, Operating Room and Sterile Processing. We can support you with information about current technologies and best practices to boost your performance and productivity.

For more information about our onsite events or remote trainings, you can also contact your local sales & service representative.

  1. 1. Thermal spread is defined as the extent (length) of thermal injury of the vessel extending laterally outward from the edge of the Hemopro 2 Jaws at the location of the interaction between the Jaws and the vessel.

  2. 2. When used in accordance with Instructions for Use.

  3. 3. Ferdinand FD, MacDonald JK, Balkhy HH, et al. Endoscopic Conduit Harvesting in Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Surgery: An ISMICS Systematic Review and Consensus Conference Statements. Innovations. 2017; 12(5): 301-319

  4. 4. Philippe Kolh, Stephane Windecker, Fernando Alfonso, et al. 2014 ESC/EACTS Guidelines on Myocardial Revascularization. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery. 2014; (46): 517-592.