The Optimal Choice for Peripheral Vascular Reconstruction
Maquet's collagen-coated HEMAGARD Knitted vascular grafts are designed with a unique reverse locknit construction that offers excellent handling and suturing characteristics. It also results in long-term stability and resistance to dilation. HEMAGARD Knitted grafts have a burst strength nearly twice that of other knitted polyester collagen-impregnated grafts on the market,1 which significantly reduces the potential for postoperative dilatation.2
To promote optimal healing and long-term patency, HEMAGARD Knitted grafts have a low-profile velour on the external surface. They incorporate a soft, open crimp design to minimize turbulence and enhance neointima formation.
Summary of benefits:
Demonstrated long-term durability and resistance to postoperative dilation.2
Proprietary knit design produces outstanding handling and suturability.
Low-profile velour construction designed to promote optimal healing.
Proven clinical safety and efficacy: clinical trial results demonstrated fewer complications and a higher primary patency rate compared with another commercially available collagen-impregnated graft.3
HEMAGARD Knitted grafts are available in Straight, Bifurcated, UltraThin, and Small Caliber configurations, as well as in radially supported versions.
HEMAGARD Knitted Small Caliber Grafts
Proven alternative for peripheral bypass procedures when vein is not available.3
Designed to overcome complications such as hyperplasia, host vessel mismatch, and suture hole bleeding.
Available radially supported with an external polypropylene support for all peripheral applications, including axillofemoral, axillobifemoral and fem-fem crossover procedures.
1. Data on file.
2. Swartbol P, Albrechtsson U, Parsson H, Norgren L. Dilatation of aortobifemoral grafts after a mean implantation of 5 years. International Angiology. 1996;15(3):236-239.
3. INTERGARD Collagen Coated Knitted Vascular Grafts: Results of the U.S. Clinical Trial. Formally known as the established brand “INTERGARD”, this knitted prosthesis is now
rebranded as “HEMAGARD”.
The HEMAGARD Knitting Technique Superior Textile Design