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Below we have collected recent presentations looking at the meta-analysis published in the Journal of the American Heart Association and reviewing our data on Zilver PTX.
Presented by: Carlos Mena, MD | March 2019
The “intent-to-treat” analysis shows a 5-year all cause mortality rate of 22.1% for the Zilver PTX primary randomization arm and 15.3% for the PTA primary randomization arm (p-value = 0.04). However, this analysis does not recognize that 94 of the 237 patients (40%) in the primary PTA arm were actually treated with a Zilver PTX stent yet analyzed as PTA patients and not Zilver PTX patients in this intent-to-treat analysis.
Presented by: Gary Ansel, MD | March 2019
The Zilver PTX RCT had a unique trial design. The RCT included a primary and secondary randomization, as well as an opportunity for patients in the PTA arm to cross over to treatment with Zilver PTX after experiencing a target lesion revascularization (TLR) in the first 12 months. As a result of this trial design, 40% of patients who were initially assigned to the PTA arm were subsequently treated with Zilver PTX. In total, 70% of the patients enrolled in this trial received a Zilver PTX stent.
Presented by: Michael Dake, MD | March 2019
The “as-treated” analysis shows a mortality rate of 18.7% for Zilver PTX patients and 17.6% for PTA/BMS patients (p-value = 0.53). This “as-treated” Zilver PTX group includes all patients who received a Zilver PTX stent.
Presented by: Michael Dake, MD | January 2019
Causes of death were examined between the “as-treated” Zilver PTX and PTA/BMS groups. There was no increased rate of cardiovascular, cancer, or other cause of death for Zilver PTX compared to PTA/BMS.
Presented by: Michael Dake, MD | November 2018
Zilver PTX Global Data Analysis Highlights DES Benefits in Challenging Patient Populations.
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Is Paclitaxel safe in the periphery? The breakdown of the Zilver PTX data
In a Cath Lab Digest interview sponsored by Cook Medical, Drs. Michael Dake and Gary Ansel discuss 5-year Zilver PTX data that was recently published in Circulation.
Provided below are links to the selected original Zilver PTX data publications.
E-published ahead of Print: J Am Coll Cardiol | Secemsky et al.
“Drug-Eluting Stent Implantation and Long-term Survival following Peripheral Artery Revascularization”
Published by: Circulation | Dake et al.
“Durable clinical effectiveness with paclitaxel-eluting stents in the femoropopliteal artery: 5-year results of the Zilver PTX randomized trial.”
Published by: J Endovasc Ther. | Torii et al.
“Safety of Zilver PTX drug eluting stent implantation following drug coated balloon in healthy swine model.”
Published by: Circ Cardiovasc Interv | Dake et al.
“Paclitaxel-eluting stents show superiority to balloon angioplasty and bare metal stents in femoropopliteal disease: twelve-month Zilver PTX randomized study results.”
Published by: Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol. | Kichikawa et al.
“Zilver PTX post-market surveillance study of paclitaxel-eluting stents for treating femoropopliteal artery disease in Japan: 2-year results.”
Published by: J Endovasc Ther | Dake et al.
“Nitinol stents with polymer-free paclitaxel coating for lesions in the superficial femoral and popliteal arteries above the knee: twelve-month safety and effectiveness results from the Zilver PTX single-arm clinical study.”
Published by: J Vasc Interv Radiol. | Cipollari et al.
“Long-term effectiveness of the Zilver PTX drug-eluting stent for femoropopliteal peripheral arterial disease in patients with no tibial runoff vessels: Results from the Zilver PTX Japan post-market surveillance study.”
Published by: J Vasc Interv Radiol | Dake et al.
“Polymer-free paclitaxel-coated Zilver PTX Stents–evaluation of pharmacokinetics and comparative safety in porcine arteries.”