An instant mechanical detachment with 99.7% proven reliability.3
Ball & Socket design allows the coil implant to move independently of the pusher resulting in less energy build up and microcatheter kickout.4
Thinner .0015” primary wire and precisely matched .0115” O.D. to fill more space.5
RANDOM BREAK COIL
Due to its winding pattern, when the coil encounters resistance, it can more easily deflect and seek out open spaces.4
GREATER PACKING VOLUME
Larger .0108” O.D. provides more volume in a finishing coil.6,7
EXTRA SOFT IMPLANT
0.0013“ thinner primary wire leads to a softer coil paired with a precisely-matched O.D. to fill and finish more space.5, 6-9
RANDOM BREAK COIL
Due to its winding pattern, when the coil encounters resistance it can more easily deflect and seek out open spaces.4
An alternative to bare platinum coils for arteriovenous fistulae and other neurovascular abnormalities.13
Polymer fibers: Axium™ MicroFX™ coils contain PGLA or nylon microfilaments designed to impact flow reduction and accelerate thrombosis.14
LatticeFX™ Technology: LatticeFX™ technology provides an interlocked surface area or scaffold which orients cell adhesion and extracellular deposition.15
Enhanced thrombin generation with filamented coils when compared to bare platinum coils and higher thrombogenicity may be beneficial in situations where rapid occlusion is needed.14
Data on file. TRNV-14378A
RE00044558; TR-NV13175; FD3117A; FD3118A. Data on file. TR-NV12051; TR-NV12197; TR-NV10304.
Data on file. TR-NV12051; TR-NV12197; TR-NV10304
FD2948A; Compared to Axium™ coils; TR-NV10218A
Determined using formula for cylinder (volume = πr2 x length). Based on calculated k-factor values.
J.B. White, C.G.M. Ken, H.J. Cloft and D/F/ Kallmes. “Coils in a NutShell: A Review of Coil Physical Properties”. 2008.”
RE00032057; TR-NV13164; TR-NV13272
Compared to Axium™ Prime (soft) coils.
Data on file. TR-NV12442. Based on benchtest comparing average work number of Axium™ Prime extra soft coil versus Target® Nano™ coil. 20 units of each coil were tested. Benchtesting is not indicative of clinical performance.
Data on file. Top Level Drawing & RE00046057; TR-NV13163; MP1936B; 92566A.
Fargen KM, Blackburn S, Carpenter JS, et al. J NeuroIntervent Surg Published Online First: doi:10.1136/neurintsurg-2013-010887.
70679-001 Axium™ 3D Detachable Coils Indications for Use.
Girdhar G, Read M, Sohn J, et al. In-vitro thrombogenicity assessment of polymer filament modified and native platinum embolic coils. J Neurol Sci. 2014;339:97-101
Effect of fiber diameter and orientation on fibroblast morphology and proliferation on electrospin poly (D,L-lactic-co-gycolic acid) meshes. Biomaterials, 2006;27(33):5681-5688. Bashur, et.al.