XIENCE Sierra Performance in Radial Access

As more percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) cases are performed via radial access, XIENCE Sierra’s excellent deliverability—due to its exceptional pushability1, low crossing profile and 5 French compatibility—becomes increasingly important.

XIENCE Sierra requires 73% less force than Synergy and 63% less than Resolute Onyx to cross the same lesion.2

As more percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) cases are performed via radial access, XIENCE Sierra’s excellent deliverability—due to its exceptional pushability1, low crossing profile and 5 French compatibility—becomes increasingly important.

XIENCE Sierra requires 73% less force than Synergy and 63% less than Resolute Onyx to cross the same lesion.2

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  1. Data on file at Abbott. Comparative claim refers to major drug-eluting stent manufacturers in U.S. market.
  2. Test performed by and data on file at Abbott. Data refers to 3.0 mm diameter and 18-20 mm lengths.

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