HawkOne™ directional atherectomy system

Know what
they know

Physicians share their experience, techniques, and advice for using the HawkOne directional atherectomy system to treat peripheral arterial disease.

Getting results

Gain lumen and preserve patient’s native vessel.

Interventional cardiologist Jun Li, M.D., and interventional radiologist Mohammed Hoque, M.D., share the types of results they experience, and explain why they use HawkOne to treat all lesion morphologies.

Results are in the data.

DIRECT Trial: A randomized head-to-head trial comparing HawkOne to CSI Diamondback 360®* peripheral orbital atherectomy system. See the results.

REALITY Study: Demonstrates the use of HawkOne followed by IN.PACT™ Admiral™ drug-coated balloon.

Getting started

HawkOne directional atherectomy system


If you haven’t tried directional atherectomy or HawkOne, Drs. Mohammed Hoque and Jun Li discuss how to get started.

Watch this video to get tips from Dr. Jun Li on how she achieves a 360-degree cut

A click-in cutter drive and a quick-flush catheter make HawkOne simple to use. Drs. Jun Li and Mohammed Hoque found the learning curve to be quick 

Technique and case studies

Sharing best practices, techniques, and knowledge with peers is how we all learn and grow our skills. Below, physicians share their algorithms to treat calcified lesions with HawkOne.

Short segment, high-grade stenosis

Below the knee: occlusion of the distal anterior tibial artery

Short segment CTO in the region of the common femoral artery

pdf Cath Lab Digest: Using Directional Atherectomy for the Revascularization of CTO in CLI (.pdf)

Dr. James Foster shares his strategy for using HawkOne for the revascularization of chronic total occlusions in critical limb ischemia.


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pdf HawkOne directional atherectomy case book (.pdf)

Explore cases that demonstrate the versatility the HawkOne platform offers to treat above and below the knee.


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Product details

See the HawkOne device in action.

HawkOne effectively treats all lesion morphologies, from soft to severely calcified. ​Quick and easy cleaning makes your procedure efficient. If your treatment goal is to make a small channel or to maximize luminal gain, choose HawkOne to preserve a patient's native vessel and keep future treatment options open.

Treat with procedural efficiency.

Select from 6 F and 7 F HawkOne devices. No capital equipment provides easy setup.

How to prepare the device

How to clean the device


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