15 - Multicentre Study of Effectiveness of MANTA VCD After Percutaneous Femoral Access for EVAR and TEVAR
E. L. Kalmykov, R. A. Dammrau
Purpose: To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of MANTA close device employment after percutaneous femoral access for EVAR and TEVAR.
Material and Methods: A retrospective multicentre study. All 212 patients were treated between April 2017 and October 2021 for abdominal aortic aneurysms and thoracic aortic pathology. There were 33 females and 179 males, the mean age was 68±6 years. In all patient through the femoral access was used 9-14F sheaths for grafts implantation. The primary effectiveness endpoint was a technical success, freedom of acute bleeding, thromboembolic events. After interventions in all cases were used groin elastic bandage for 24 hours.
Results: Technical success of MANTA closure device implantation was 100%. In two cases was groin hemathom after 24 hours detected, no any revision was performed. CT-angio after interventions confirmed no any major vascular access site complications requiring surgical treatment. No thrombotic or embolic complication in first 30 days were detected. After 6-12 month control CT-angio no any local aneurysm detected.
Conclusions: MANTA closure device is safe and effective for vascular access closing after percutaneous femoral access for aortic grafts implantations.