Get to know the PASCAL implant
Learn how the procedure works and how the PASCAL Precision system can treat your leaky valve.
Understand what you can expect from the transcatheter valve repair procedure to fix your leaky mitral valve.
Transcatheter mitral valve repair involves implanting a device through a small cut in your groin. The device is used to repair your leaky heart valve.
Before the procedure
Your doctor will likely have specific instructions for you to follow before your procedure relating to diet, activity level, medication and other considerations. Talk with your doctor about what you need to do to prepare.
I was thinking to myself, I can breathe again. I can do what I want to do again.-
Edwards PASCAL Precision Transcatheter Valve Repair System
Who can be treated:
The PASCAL Precision transcatheter valve repair system (the PASCAL Precision system) is approved for treating patients with abnormality of the mitral valve leaflets and/or its structure, which may be referred to as Degenerative Mitral Regurgitation or Primary Mitral Regurgitation. Patients should work with their doctor and a specialized Heart Team, which should include a cardiac surgeon experienced in mitral valve surgery and a cardiologist experienced in mitral valve disease, to confirm their surgical risk. The specialized Heart Team will determine if the patient is a suitable candidate for the PASCAL procedure.
Who should not use:
The PASCAL Precision system should not be used in patients who:
Precautions Prior to Use
Precautions After Use
The most serious risks associated with the procedure are:
Additional potential risks include:
CAUTION: Federal (United States) law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician.
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