Peripheral Intervention

  • Zilver<sup>®</sup> PTX<sup>®</sup> data show<br/>continued patency<br/>at five years


    Zilver® PTX® data show
    continued patency
    at five years

    Five-year results from the largest and longest-running clinical trial of a drug-eluting stent for treating peripheral arterial disease (PAD) confirmed long-term patency for patients treated with Zilver PTX.

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  • A rich history<br/>of partnership<br/>with physicians


    A rich history
    of partnership
    with physicians

    It's been more than a half-century since Bill Cook began working with Charles Dotter. That collaboration shaped today's Cook Medical when it brings new products to market.

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  • Cross lesions<br/> with just one set


    Cross lesions
    with just one set

    TriForce® Peripheral Crossing Set was designed to cross vascular lesions using a tungsten-loaded tip to aid pushability. This animation shows how it works.

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  • Expand your interventional<br/>skill set in 2015


    Expand your interventional
    skill set in 2015

    The Vista Collaboration and Learning Program offers introductory, intermediate, and advanced endovascular workshops.

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Experience the new era in SFA treatment with drug elution

Experience the new era in SFA treatment with drug elution

Achieve superior outcomes with the only SFA stent that has a proven drug effect.

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Download the Peripheral Intervention catalog

Download the Peripheral Intervention catalog

This 2014 catalog includes more than 2,000 stock products that are approved for sale in the U.S.

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Historic tibiopedal study shows access and crossing success

May 12th, 2015

A tibiopedal approach showed 93.5% technical access success and 86.0% technical crossing success in a study sponsored by Cook Medical. Tibiopedal Access for Crossing of Infrainguinal Occlusions (TACO) is the world’s first multicenter, prospective, international study looking at success rates for access and crossing from a tibiopedal approach. The objective of this non-randomized, post-market, observational study was…

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