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EVOLUT TM TAVI NOW CE MARK APPROVED

FOR LOW RISK
SEVERE AORTIC STENOSIS
PATIENTS
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Superior HEMODYNAMICS

Evolut™ TAVI is the only TAVI device to demonstrate hemodynamic superiority in a low risk clinical trial vs. SAVR at one year.1

SUPERIOR
EFFECTIVE ORIFICE AREAS (EOA)

EvolutTM TAVI
2.3 cm2 
vs.
SAVR 2.0 cm2

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SUPERIOR Gradients
 
 

EvolutTM TAVI
8.6 mm Hg
vs.
SAVR 11.2 mm Hg

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SAFE and EFFECTIVE

As demonstrated by all-cause mortality or disabling stroke, noninferior to SAVR at 24 months1

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2-year Bayesian Analysis
n = 1,468

EvolutTM TAVI compared to SAVR

EvolutTM TAVI showed lower mortality, fewer disabling strokes, and fewer heart failure rehospitalisations compared to SAVR2

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Low Risk PPM Graph

Less Patient Prosthesis Mismatch.

Better Patient Outcomes.<sup>3,*</sup>

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PATIENT PROSTHESIs
MIsMATCH MATTERS

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EVOLUT™ TAVI BICUSPID INDICATION

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FASTER RETURN

TO AN

ACTIVE LIFE

 

EVOLUTTM TAVI SUPERIOR TO SAVR
in self-reported KCCQ measures at 30 days1

58% SHORTER HOSPITAL STAY
with TAVI procedures vs. SAVR procedures2

LOWER RATES OF HEART FAILURE REHOSPITALISATION
with EvolutTM TAVI vs. SAVR at one year2

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1. Popma JJ, Deeb GM, Yakubov SJ, et al. Transcatheter Aortic-Valve Replacement with a Self-Expanding Valve in Low-Risk Patients. N Engl J Med. May 2, 2019;380(18):1706-1715.

2. Reardon MJ. The Evolut Low Risk Trial. Presented at ACC 2019; New Orleans, LA.

3. Herrmann HC, Daneshvar SA, Fonarow GC, et al. Prosthesis-Patient Mismatch in 62,125 Patients Following Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: From the STS/ACC TVT Registry. J Am Coll Cardiol. Published online September 18, 2018.

*Severe PPM is associated with increased mortality and HF rehospitalizations at 1 year.