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Uploaded on Oct 24, 2011

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a blood disorder resulting from the formation of a blood clot (thrombus) inside a deep vein of the leg, commonly located in the calf or thigh. DVT occurs when the blood clot either partially or completely blocks the flow of blood in the vein. Patient symptoms include pain, swelling, and discoloration.

Approximately 600,000 new DVT cases are diagnosed each year in the United States with as many as 20 million patients having had a prior DVT. The majority of patients diagnosed with DVT are treated with medication therapy alone. While this therapy reduces the risk of fatal Pulmonary Embolism and further blood clot from forming, the underlying blood clot may remain and result in permanent vein damage and the development of Post Thrombotic Syndrome.

The Trellis® Peripheral Infusion System is an advanced Isolated Thrombolysis catheter with two occluding balloons, drug infusion holes between the balloons, and mechanical drug dispersion capabilities. This pharmaco-mechanical combination enables focused treatment of thrombus
within a targeted vessel.


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