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Cardiac & Vascular Company
The Cardiac & Vascular Company contributes to cutting-edge treatments including cardiac and vascular surgery, and interventional therapies performed inside blood vessels.
* Products not available in all geographies.
Terumo Interventional Systems Division/Neurovascular Division
Devices that are used to insert an interventional device at the wrist or groin and guide it to the location where therapy is to be performed.
- • Introducer sheath
- • Guidewires
- • Angiographic catheter
- • Radial artery compression device
Devices for performing therapies such as opening up coronary or peripheral blood vessels, or preventing a cerebral aneurysm from rupturing.
Intravascular Imaging Systems
Imaging systems based on ultrasound or optical technology optimize procedures and support operators by acquiring luminal surface and cross-sectional images of blood vessels during PCI or PPI.
- ・Optical Frequency Domain Imaging system (OFDI)
- ・Intravascular Ultrasound system (IVUS)
Coronary / Peripheral Intervention
Interventional Oncology (Cancer Treatment)
Terumo develops a range of drug delivery devices, including for transcatheter arterial chemo-embolization (TACE) a treatment approach for liver cancer.
- • Micro catheter and micro guidewire
- • Micro balloon catheter
- • Drug-elutable beads
What is transcatheter arterial chemo-embolization (TACE)?
It is a liver cancer treatment approach. It is performed by inserting a tiny interventional device—an extremely thin tube—through which anticancer drugs and an embolic agent (for closing off the hepatic artery) are introduced to destroy cancer cells by depriving them of nourishment.
Cardiovascular Systems Division/Vascular Graft Division
Cardiopulmonary Bypass System
This device temporarily replaces the functions of the heart and lungs during cardiac and thoracic surgery procedures, oxygenating the blood and circulating it throughout the body.
- • Oxygenator with integrated arterial filter
Temporarily replaces the lungs to oxygenate the blood.
- • Heart-lung machine
Temporarily replaces the heart to circulate the blood.
- • Device for operating a centrifugal pump for ECLS (Extracorporeal Life Support System)
Controls a centrifugal pump for circulating blood.
What is a cardiopulmonary bypass system?
This system keeps the patient alive during cardiovascular surgery. It does this by draining the blood out of the body, using an oxygenator to add oxygen to the blood, while removing carbon dioxide, and then pumping the blood back into the body.
Used to replace damaged blood vessels, such as in the case of an aortic aneurysm.
- • Thoracic vascular graft
- • Abdominal vascular graft
What is an artificial vascular graft for an aortic aneurysm?
An aortic aneurysm is an enlargement of a portion of the aorta. To prevent an aortic aneurysm from rupture, the enlarged portion of the aorta is surgically replaced with an artificial vascular graft.