Large Diameter, Balloon Expandable Stent
The CP Stent® is a large diameter, balloon expandable stent composed of 0.013”
platinum-iridium wire that is arranged in a “zig” pattern. The 8 zig configuration allows expansion from 12mm to 24mm, and the 10 zig configuration allows expansion from
26mm to 30mm.
- Available bare or covered with an expandable sleeve of ePTFE
- 1.6cm–6.0cm stent lengths
Indications for Use:
The CP Stent® is indicated for use in the treatment of native and/or recurrent coarctation of the aorta involving a compliant aortic isthmus or first segment of the descending aorta where there is adequate size and patency of at least one femoral artery and balloon angioplasty is contraindicated or predicted to be ineffective.
The Covered CP Stent™ is indicated for use in the treatment of native and/or recurrent coarctation of the aorta involving the aortic isthmus or first segment of the descending aorta where there is adequate size and patency of at least one femoral artery associated with one or more of the following: acute or chronic wall injury; nearly atretic descending aorta of 3 mm or less in diameter; a non-compliant stenotic aortic segment found on pre-stent balloon dilation; a genetic or congenital syndrome associated with aortic wall weakening or ascending aortic aneurysm.
The Covered CP Stent™ is also indicated for use in the treatment of right ventricle to pulmonary artery (right ventricular outflow tract) conduit disruptions that are identified during conduit pre-dilatation procedures performed in preparation for transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement.
Caution: Federal (USA) Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Contraindications: Clinical or biological signs of infection. Active endocarditis. Pregnancy. Contraindications (CoA only): Patients too small to allow safe delivery of the stent without compromise to the systemic artery used for delivery. Unfavorable aortic anatomy that does not dilate with high pressure balloon angioplasty. Curved vasculature. Occlusion or obstruction of systemic artery precluding delivery or the stent. Known allergy to aspirin, other antiplatelet agents, or heparin. Contraindications (RVOT only): Patients too small to allow safe delivery of the stent without injury to a systemic vein or to the right side of the heart. Warnings / Precautions: Radiofrequency heating during MRI scans on overlapped, 10 zig CP Stents has not been evaluated. Excessive force while crimping may weaken welds of the stent. Crimping the 8 zig stent on a balloon catheter smaller than 12mm, and the 10 zig on a balloon catheter smaller than 26mm, may cause damage to the stent. The stent is rigid and may make negotiation through vessels difficult. Warnings / Precautions (CoA only): Coarctation of the aorta involving the aortic isthmus or first segment of the descending aorta should be confirmed by diagnostic imaging. The NuMED CP Stent has not been evaluated in patients weighing less than 20kg. As with any type of implant, infection secondary to contamination of the stent may lead to aortitis, or abscess. Over-stretching of the artery may result in rupture or aneurysm formation. Warnings / Precautions (Covered CP Stent only): Excessive handling and manipulation of the covering while crimping the stent may cause the covering to tear off of the stent. Crimping the device in the opposite direction of the folds in the covering may cause the covering to catch while inserting into the hemostasis tool and introducer. This could cause the covering to tear off the stent. Pulling the Covered stent back through the introducer and/or hemostasis valve may cause the covering to catch and tear off of the stent. Warnings / Precautions (RVOT only): During the Premarket Approval study the Medtronic Melody valve was used for valve restoration. The safety and effectiveness of the Covered CP Stent for pre-stenting of the right ventricular outflow tract (RVOT) landing zone (i.e. prophylaxis or prevention of either RVOT conduit rupture or TPVR fracture; use as a primary RVOT conduit) in preparation of a transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement (TPVR) has not been evaluated. As with any type of implant, infection secondary to contamination of the stent might lead to endocarditis, or abscess formation. The Covered Stent can migrate from the site of implant potentially causing obstruction to pulmonary artery flow. Over-stretching of the RVOT may result in rupture or aneurysm of the RV-PA conduit or the native pulmonary artery. The inflated diameter of the stent should at least equal the diameter of the intended implant site. Reference the IFU for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions.
Reference the IFU for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions.