OneShot Renal Denervation System

Added May 30, 2012

Manufactured by Covidien

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According to Covidien, the OneShot system is designed to treat patients with hypertension who are nonresponsive to traditional medical therapy. The system features an irrigated, radiofrequency-based balloon catheter used for targeted ablation of sympathetic nerves located within the adventitia of the renal arteries for the purpose of inhibiting sympathetic nerve pathways that can contribute to the progression of hypertension.  

The OneShot has a spiral shaped electrode wrapped around a balloon along a spiral ablation with one application whilst the balloon is inflated. This image shows it being demonstrated in a water bath:

OneShot Renal Denevation System

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