Tack Endovascular System

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Don’t miss the latest data from the most comprehensive clinical program EVER looking at the impact of dissections on outcomes in lower limb revascularization.  Click to learn more.


Tuesday June 6th 2023

Room 1 – Main Arena

Innovations, latest data, and new techniques in BTK-Interventions

14:20 – 14:25 Toba II BTK: 36-month results Marianne Brodmann


Thursday June 8th 2023

Room 1 – Main Arena

Pioneering techniques and innovations for complex BTK disease

09:30 – 09:35 TOBA II BTK long lesion subanalysis Daniel van den Heuvel

Manufacturer Info


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Why to use it

The Tack Endovascular System® is a first-of-its-kind minimal metal implant that effectively repairs above- and below-the-knee dissections. It is positioned to be the new standard of care for optimized balloon angioplasty for patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) and critical limb ischemia (CLI).


Clinical evidence

The most comprehensive clinical program on post PTA dissection repair.


Less metal burden

Tack minimises vessel trauma by leaving less foreign material in the artery, eliminating chronic biological injury to healthy tissue.


Lower chronic outward force

Tack preserves the vessel’s natural configuration, future treatment options and –ultimately- limbs.


Adaptive size

Tack can be used across a range of vessel diameters as it adapts to tapering anatomy while maintaining a relatively constant radial force.  The 6F ATK Tack system contains 6 stents and covers vessels diameter from 4mm-8mm.  The 4F BTK Tack system contains 4 stents and covers vessel diameters from 1.5mm-4.5mm



The Tack endovascular system is purpose-built to repair peripheral arterial dissections following balloon angioplasty in ATK and BTK therapeutic interventions.


Focal treatment with minimal metal treats only the area where dissections are present and avoids covering portions of healthy tissue.


A Tack implant leaves behind significantly less metal than stents, preserving vessel integrity, future treatment options and —ultimately— limbs.