Precise/Precise RX stent

PRECISE nitinol stents are applied to treat peripheral artery atherosclerosis.


In general, contradictions for percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) are the contradictions for stenting. The list of such contradictions includes but is not limited by the following:

  • High-calcium masses resistant to PTA.
  • Acute or subacute thrombosis around plaques.
  • Uncorrected bleeding disorders.
  • Intracranial artery stenting.


  • Black dot picture on the packaging grey indicator should be properly apparent. When the temperature indicator is black-colored completely, do not use stent, so as the stent diameter may not meet the declared one.
  • PRECISE nitinol stents are disposable products and DO NOT be reused and / or re-sterilized.
  • Do not use, when the packaging is damaged or open.
  • Use before the shelf life term expiry as indicated on the packaging.
  • Do not use Ethiodol and Lipiodol mediums.
  • Keep the stent-delivery system away from organic solvents (such as spirit).
  • Do not try to remove or change the stent position on the stent delivery system.
  • When the stent is partially released, no reverse motion is possible by the stent delivery system.
  • As in implantation of any vascular implants, the stent infection may cause thrombosis, false aneurysm and burst into neighboring organs or retroperitoneum.
  • Stenting may cause thrombosis and embolization of distal vessels.
  • Artery hyperextension may drive to their breaking and life-threatening bleeding development.
  • For nickel-titanium alloy (nitinol) allergy patients, allergic reaction may develop in stenting.

It is not recommended to use such stents under the following conditions:

  • Kidney damage, when in a doctor’s opinion, introduction of mediums may cause a patient’s state deterioration.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Blood coagulation system disorders or any contradictions for anticoagulant and anti-thrombosis drug prescription.
  • Vascular perforation that is proved by medium leakage from vasculature.
  • Aneurysm dilations directly proximal or distal lesions.
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