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Blood Hypertension

Hypertension is a common global health issue. Despite ongoing efforts to enhance its management, blood pressure control rates have significantly decreased over the past twenty years. When left untreated, hypertension can cause numerous serious health complications such as chronic renal failure, cognitive decline, heart failure and stroke.



Reduce 5 years in
life expectancy

1. Stroke and High Blood pressure correlation – AHA – High Blood Pressure and Stroke Infographic | American Stroke Association

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Associated with ~50% of heart attacks & strokes 

1. Lawes et al. Lancet. 2008 May 3;371(9623):1513-8

Renal Artery Denervation

The 3rd pillar in blood hypertension management

Renal artery denervation is a medical procedure aimed at treating resistant hypertension by disrupting the nerves in the walls of the renal arteries, which supply blood to the kidneys. These nerves play a key role in regulating blood pressure by controlling the release of certain hormones and maintaining the balance of salt and water in the body. During the procedure, a catheter is inserted through the femoral artery and guided to the renal arteries, where radiofrequency energy or ultrasound is used to ablate the overactive nerves. This disruption reduces the signals that contribute to high blood pressure, thereby helping to lower it. Renal artery denervation has shown promise as an effective treatment for patients whose hypertension is not adequately managed with medication alone.

The Problem

Existing treatments consists of medications and lifestyle changes which are ineffective in majority of blood hypertension patients. 


Existing interventional solutions offer no real-time imaging, have limited anatomical fit and may require more than one device per procedure


The Solution 

Image Guided Renal Denervation


Integrated real-time imaging

One-size fits all

Access both bifurcation & 
main branches

Renal Denervation Solution
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Record & analyze procedure data

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Circumferential & segmental lesions

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