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Venclose™ RF Ablation Catheter

Streamlining Venous Reflux Disease Treatment

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Venclose™ RF Ablation Catheter

Simplified RF Ablation

For patients with Chronic Venous Disease (CVD), the Venclose™ RF Ablation Catheter is used for treatment of superficial vein reflux through endovenous radiofrequency (RF) ablation. RF ablation has been established as a CVD treatment option for more than 20 years. 



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CVD Prevalence

In the U.S., an estimated 175 million Americans are affected by Chronic Venous Disease (CVD). Risk of CVD increases with age, but can begin as early as adolescence. Visible venous disease is far more than a cosmetic problem.6,8,9  CVD is a progressive disease. Without treatment, signs and symptoms may worsen.7

* Age ranges differ for prevalence population based on disease state, rates reported for years ranging from 2015 to 2020.

One Catheter
More Solutions

The only dual heating length RF solution that has 42% more heating length using a single RF catheter when compared to the ClosureFast™ Catheter and its 7 cm heating length. This allows you to treat long and short refluxing vein segments with one device*.


Designed for Versatility
Engineered for Simplicity

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    Small, 6F profile helps to minimize invasiveness and offers flexibility to navigate tortuous anatomy

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    Treat long and short refluxing vein segments with one catheter by switching between two heating lengths (2.5 cm and 10 cm)

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    Markings and curved tip help to ease navigation and positioning



How It Works

Treating Chronic Venous Disease with the Venclose™ RF Ablation Catheter

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    Catheter delivers targeted heat along vein segments

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    Heat then causes the diseased vein to shrink

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    Catheter is easily removed, blood flow is redirected to healthy veins

Generator System

Venclose System

    Simplified Setup and Operation

    The system is equipped with a touchscreen display providing real-time procedure data to help inform physician treatment decisions. 

    • Compact design
    • Generator powers up in seconds
    • Catheter activated by the handle or the foot pedal without having to leave the sterile field
    • Simple catheter connection port allows quick and easy catheter plug-in
    • Audible tones for thermal delivery allow you to focus more on the patient, and less on the display

    The Venclose™ RF Ablation Catheter is powered by the Venclose™ RF Ablation Generator - both are intended to be used together as a system.


    * As of February 2023

    1 Alzheimer’s Association. 2020 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures. Alzheimers Dement. 2020;16(3) :391-460.

    2 American Heart Association. Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics-2020 Update. Circulation. 2020;141:e139-e596.

    3 American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts and Figures 2020. Atlanta: American Cancer Society; 2020.

    4 Yost ML. United States Critical Limb Ischemia by Rutherford Category Prevalence and Markets in Patients and Limbs. Beaufort, SC: The Sage Group 2017.

    5 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2020. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services; 2020.

    6 Yost ML. Chronic Venous Disease (CVD): Epidemiology, costs, and consequences. Beaufort, SC: The Sage Group 2016.

    7 Eberhardt RT, Raffetto JD. Chronic venous insufficiency. Circulation. 2014;130(4):333-346.

    8  Schultz-Ehrenburg U, Reich-Schupke S, Robak-Pawelczyk B, et al. Prospective epidemiological study on the beginning of varicose veins. Phlebologi. 2009;38(01):17-25. doi: 10.1055/s-0037-1622252

    9  Criqui MH, Denenberg JO, Langer RD, Kaplan RM, Fronek A. Epidemiology of chronic peripheral venous disease. In Bergan J, ed. The Vein Book, 1st ed. Academic Press; 2006.


    Please consult product labels and instructions for use for indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, and precautions. BD, the BD Logo, and Venclose are trademarks of Becton, Dickinson and Company or its affiliates. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2023 BD. All Rights Reserved. © 2023 Illustration by Mike Austin.

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