The SENTINEL Cerebral Protection System (CPS)
The SENTINEL Cerebral Protection System (CPS) was able to capture and remove embolic debris in 99% of TAVR patients, regardless of valve type and patient risk profile.1
In the SENTINEL US IDE, neurologist adjudicated peri-procedural (≤ 72 hours) stroke rate was reduced by 63% when SENTINEL CPS was used.1
SENTINEL CPS is the protection your patients need when they’re most vulnerable.
Consider Protected TAVR™ with SENTINEL CPS.
Protected TAVR patients had 63% fewer strokes, when compared to unprotected TAVR patients.1
The 63% peri-procedural (≤ 72 hours) stroke reduction1 was confirmed in an independent real-world academic study from Ulm Germany which demonstrated a compelling 70% reduction in neurologist adjudicated TAVR Stroke, and Stroke or Mortality in the first 7-days post TAVR.2
Click here to download a pdf of an overview of the SENTINEL CPS clinical program. Safety and Efficacy of Protected Cardiac Intervention: Clinical Evidence for SENTINEL Cerebral Embolic Protection, Ulrich Shäfer, Interventional Cardiology Review, Radcliffe Cardiology, Volume 12, Issue 2, Autumn 2017.
Click here to view the SENTINEL CPS large and growing compendium of Clinical Publications on Cerebral Embolic Protection.
- Kapadia et al. Cerebral Protection in Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement. J Am Coll Cardiol 2017;69:367–77
- Seeger J, et al. in press JACC 2017 SEPT