Product Benefits

The FRED and FRED Jr. flow diversion devices feature a unique dual layer construction designed to achieve excellent vessel wall apposition, which fosters neointimal growth and long-term aneurysm occlusion. The FRED Jr. device is the first flow diverter than can be delivered using a 0.021” microcatheter for safe delivery in distal locations. Both devices may be used with or without embolic coils.

  • Innovative and elegant device design results in easy device sizing, deployment, and device opening

  • Consistent device opening and ability to recapture and reposition for precise placement

  • Dual action design provides vessel wall stability and conformance for effective flow diversion

FRED Animation

FRED  *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED  *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED Jr Animation

FRED Jr  *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED Jr *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED Jr  *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

FRED Jr *The blue wire denotes the radiopaque stent body material that integrates both stent layers

Specifications

Product Compatibility:

The FRED™ device is designed to be delivered through the 0.027” Headway™ 27 Microcatheter. The FRED™ Jr. device is designed to be delivered through the 0.021” Headway™ 21 Microcatheter. The SOFIA™ family of catheters can be used for tri-axial support.

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    FRED Flow Diverter: A Study on Safety and Efficacy in a Consecutive Group of 50 Patients

    (H. Luecking, T. Engelhorn, S. Lang, P. Goelitz, Am J Neuroradiol 2017; published Jan 19, 2017; DOI: 10.3174/ajnr.A5052)

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