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The Only FDA Cleared Vascular Closure Device
with No Sheath Size Limitation.

Leaves Nothing Behind

SiteSeal®

Tailored for Arterial & Venous: Our Unique Approach
to Vascular Closure

SiteSeal SV®

The Only FDA Cleared Small Vessel Closure Device for Brachial and Radial

The SiteSeal® devices by Ensite Vascular LLC are expertly designed to emulate the natural process of manual compression, while significantly reducing the variability often associated with traditional methods. Our state-of-the-art technology ensures that absolutely nothing is left behind – no foreign materials within the vessel, vessel wall, or surrounding soft tissues.

Experience the pinnacle of patient comfort and safety. SiteSeal® and SiteSeal SV® are meticulously engineered to minimize patient discomfort, drastically reduce the risk of complications, and offer a more cost-effective solution for healthcare providers.

Versatility at its best: Our devices are uniquely capable of securely closing any access site sheath, including handling multiple sheaths within a single vessel. This feature is particularly beneficial for complex electrophysiology (EP) procedures, where precision and reliability are paramount.

Choose SiteSeal® for a seamless, safer, and more efficient vascular closure experience, setting a new standard in patient care and clinical outcomes.

→ Phone: (816) 260 - 8476
→ Email: hello@ensitevascular.com

Beyond Injectives: Manual Compression, Reimagined.

Not limited by sheath size, including EVAR, TEVAR, TAVI

Simple & rapid deployment

Immediate re-access

Faster recovery and improved patient comfort

Nothing left behind

Faster ambulation time

No patient limitations, including morbid obesity and calcification

In a study of 138 patients undergoing electrophysiology (EP) procedures, three types of vascular closure devices—Vascade (collagen plug), Perclose (suture), and SiteSeal® (external compression)—were compared. The study found no significant differences in arterial access complications among the groups, while the incidence of venous complications and time to ambulation were similar across device types. Notably, SiteSeal® showed no hematomas or delayed access-site bleeding, suggesting its effectiveness in minimizing vascular complications during EP procedures.

Read more at the American Heart Association →

Why SiteSeal®

Championed by Experts: The Advanced Choice in Vascular Closure

”SiteSeal® has been a major difference at our program here for several reasons. One of the biggest ones is the ability to move patients in and out of the Cath Lab much quicker.”

Omer Shedd, MD
CaroMont Heart & Vascular
Gastonia, NC

”Vascular surgeons are seeking a new approach that leaves nothing behind — SiteSeal® is the only VCD that I have seen that addresses this problem.”

George W. Christy, MD
Advocate Good Shepard Hospital
Barrington, IL

”I had the opportunity to evaluate a new EP closure device, SiteSeal®, that closes multiple sheaths within a single vessel. I decided to do a comparison study between SiteSeal® and the closure device I was presently utilizing. The comparison evaluated safety, efficacy, complications, patient comfort and cost. Fifty patients per each device were compared. Based on the evaluation of comparison study, I plan to use SiteSeal® in my practice.”

Andrea Natale, MD
Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute
Austin, TX

”I did a peripheral arterial procedure today on a patient with severe generalized disease. This included a significant burden of calcification in both CFA requiring an antegrade approach. I utilized a SiteSeal® closure device to close the arteriotomy site. Without the unique advantages of the SiteSeal® design, external compression would have had to be utilized, and all endovascular physicians understand the associated disadvantages of external compression.”

Dr Marshall E. Lutske
Piedmont Eastside Medical Center
Snellville, GA

Why Patients Love SiteSeal®: Comfort, Safety, and Peace of Mind

Follow-Up Care Tailored to You
Post-procedure care is crucial for a smooth recovery. SiteSeal® simplifies follow-up care by eliminating the need for additional interventions related to VCD complications, which allows you to focus on your recovery and well-being. Always adhere to your doctor's instructions regarding post-procedure care.

Designed for All Patients
SiteSeal® is uniquely adaptable for a wide range of patients and procedures, encompassing both arterial and venous access. Whether you're undergoing a procedure the femoral artery or venous access, SiteSeal® delivers a safe, comfortable, and effective solution. FDA cleared for both arterial and venous access closures, It's meticulously designed to accommodate patients of all shapes and sizes, ensuring everyone receives the best care.

Rapid Recovery and Enhanced Comfort
With SiteSeal®, patients experience a significantly reduced recovery time. For diagnostic procedures, you could be up and moving in just 1 - 2 hours, and for interventional procedures, the recovery time is 2-3 hours. Importantly, the exact recovery time may vary, as it is always at the discretion of your doctor. SiteSeal® is designed to maximize comfort during recovery, allowing patients to lie comfortably with their heads elevated and to eat and drink immediately after the procedure. You will also experience no restrictions on leg movement, ensuring a more comfortable recovery process.

Non-Invasive and Highly Effective
SiteSeal® stands out with its non-invasive approach. Unlike other VCDs that rely on sealants, sutures, or specialized sponges, SiteSeal® and SiteSeal SV® use an advanced method to close your procedure site effectively while ensuring nothing is left behind. This innovative approach reduces the risk of complications associated with foreign particles left in the body.

If your endovascular physician has chosen SiteSeal® and SiteSeal SV® for your procedure, whether in the femoral artery (leg/groin) or smaller caliber vessels (arm or leg below the knee), it reflects a commitment to using a VCD that minimizes complications and maximizes your comfort and safety.

How SiteSeal® Works

A Patient's Experience with SiteSeal®

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