The FlowTriever is an over-the-wire system designed to:
Remove clot through both mechanical and aspiration mechanisms of action
Capture and Remove large clot burden from big vessels
Treat in a single session
Eliminate the need for thrombolytics
Eliminate ICU Stay
Triever Aspiration Catheter
The Triever Aspiration Catheters feature a highly trackable, large lumen catheter, and large bore syringe designed to rapidly extract large volumes of clot while limiting blood loss.
New T20 Curve
The Triever20 Curve™ is a fully braided large bore catheter with a customizable 260⁰ bend designed for improved navigability & torqueability for challenging anatomies such as the left PA rainbow, TA, IVC and CIT in RA.
- Telescopic Steerability for targeted aspiration: Customizable angled tip for precise catheter placement by telescoping through the Triever24
- 260⁰ directionality range for improved navigation: Increased utility in challenging anatomies (RA, PA, IVC, Renal Veins and upper + lower extremity DVT)
- One Price, One Patient, Many Choices: Triever20 Curve™ is included in the FlowTriever Per Procedure Pricing to use complimentarily with any FlowTriever products.
Triever24 with FLEX Technology
The Triever24 with FLEX technology provides increased flexibility through its softer durometer jacket, featuring a highly trackable, large lumen catheter, and large bore syringe designed to rapidly extract large volumes of clot while limiting blood loss.
- 41% More Flexible than existing Triever24 catheter*
- Superior Trackability to better navigate tortuous anatomies and smoothly deliver the catheter to the left PA and through dilated right hearts
- Effective Aspiration to enhance Whoosh™ technique aspiration for maximum clot removal
Triever Aspiration Catheter Sizes
Available in 3 sizes:
- Triever16: 16 French
- Triever20: 20 French
- Triever24: 24 French
The FlowTriever Catheter features two distinct designs to engage, disrupt, and deliver clot to the Triever Aspiration Catheter for extraction.
FlowTriever Gen 1
The Flowtriever Catheter Gen1 features three self-expanding nitinol mesh disks that are designed to engage, disrupt, and deliver clot to the Triever Aspiration Catheter for extraction.
The FlowTriever 2 catheter technology features a new disk shape designed capture and remove wall adherant clot.
- Laser cut element with proximal open cell design for optimized clot clearance
- New disk shape desined to distrupt clot improving effctivness of apspiration better navigate tortuous anatomies and smoothly deliver the catheter to the left PA and through dilated right hearts
- Increased usable length (120 cm) for more distal treatment
- 52% shorter deployment lengh
- Versatile sizing to treat vessels 6-16 mm in diameter
FlowTriever Catheter Sizes
Available in 4 sizes:
- S (6-10 mm)
- M (11-14 mm)
- L (15-18 mm)
- XL (19-25mm)
The FlowTriever System is indicated for:
The non-surgical removal of emboli and thrombi from blood vessels
Injection, infusion and/or aspiration of contrast media and other fluids into or from a blood vessel
The FlowTriever System is intended for use in the peripheral vasculature and for the treatment of pulmonary embolism.
The Triever Catheters are intended for use in peripheral vasculature and for the treatment of pulmonary embolism
Triever Catheters are also intended for use in treating clot in transit in the right atrium
Caution: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician
Retention Device for Mid to Large-Bore Venous Closure
FlowStasis™ is the first large bore suture retention designed to address all aspects of venous access site closure. Purpose-built to improve upon standard of care suturing techniques, FlowStasis provides consistent, adjustable and non-obtrusive hemostasis while having an easy-to-use profile.
- Patent hemostasis to eliminate vessel injury and reduce the risk of clotting
- Easy application and removal by all hospital staff
- Adjustable tension for rapid hemostasis
- Non-obtrusive profile with atraumatic design that conforms to patient anatomy
- Single device for multiple adjacent access sites
- No permanent or resorbable implants left behind
Pre FlowTriever PA-gram
Post FlowTriever PA-gram
“The FlowTriever System represents a valuable new option in the interventional toolbox for effectively treating PE.” (EV Today, Mar. 2019 issue)
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|2||Jaber WA, Fong PP, Weisz G, et al. Acute pulmonary embolism with an emphasis on an interventional approach. JACC 2016;67(8):991-1002.||Case Report|
|3||Chauhan CA, Scolieri SK, Toma C. Percutaneous pulmonary embolectomy using the FlowTriever Retrieval/Aspiration System. JVIR 2017;28(4):621-3.||Case Report|
|4||Tukaye DN, McDaniel M, Liberman H, et al. Percutaneous pulmonary embolus mechanical thrombectomy. JACC 2017;10(1):94-5.||Case Report|
|5||Engelhardt TC. Rapid removal of pulmonary emboli and subsequent reversal of right ventricular dysfunction using the FlowTriever Retrieval/Aspiration System. CathLabDigest Feb 2017;25(2).||Case Report|
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|14||Yale School of Medicine: New Treatment to Remove Clots Offers Dramatic Results, March 14, 2019||Hospital Newsletter|
|15||Tu T, Toma C, Tapson VF, et al. A Prospective, Single-Arm, Multicenter Trial of Catheter-Directed Mechanical Thrombectomy for Intermediate-Risk Acute Pulmonary Embolism: The FLARE Study. JACC Cardiovasc Interv. 2019;12(9):859-869.||510k Clinical Trial|
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|17||Rivera-Lebron et al. Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow Up of Acute Pulmonary Embolism: Consensus Practice from the PERT Consortium. Clinical and Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis (25): 1-16. June 2019.||Review|
|18||Wible, Buckley, Cho, Bunte, Saucier, and Borsa. Safety and Efficacy of Acute Pulmonary Embolism Treated via Large-Bore Aspiration Mechanical Thrombectomy Using the Inari FlowTriever Device. J Vasc Interv Radiol 2019; 1–6.||Retrospective Single-center Study|
|19||Giri, Sista, Weinberg, et al. Interventional Therapies for Acute Pulmonary Embolism: Current Status and Principles for the Development of Novel Evidence. A Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation 2019. ; 140:00-00.||Review|
|20||Kishore and Dillon - Is It Time to End the Therapeutic Nihilism Toward Treating VTE in Cancer Patients? EVT October issue||Case Series|
|21||Nezami et al., Right Atrial and Massive Pulmonary Artery Mechanical Thrombectomy Under Echocardiography Guidance Using the FlowTriever System EJVES short reports https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejvssr.2019.10.001||Case Report|
|22||Salimnia and Qaqi A Patient With Spontaneous Pulmonary Embolism and Concomitant Deep Vein Thrombosis Treated With FlowTriever and ClotTriever Mechanical Thrombectomy
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|23||Sharp and Attallah, Future perspectives in catheter-based treatment of pulmonary embolism
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