In this study we have  evaluated the early and midterm outcomes of the Incraft (Cordis Corp, Bridgewater, NJ) ultra-low-profile endograft by analyzing data from the Triveneto Incraft Registry (TIR). TIR is an independent multicenter cohort registry of 10 vascular surgery units in the Triveneto area (Northeast Italy). A prospective analysis of patients electively treated with Incraft from September 2014 to June 2019 was performed. The main outcomes were technical success, major 30-day complications, 30-day aneurysm-related death, freedom from reintervention, and mortality rate during follow-up and were analyzed using Kaplan-Meier curves. Univariable Cox regression was used to evaluate the associations between anatomic complexity factors and reintervention.

During the study period, 209 patients were included in the registry. Their mean age was 76.9 ± 7.7 years and the Society for Vascular Surgery. Data from the TIR have demonstrated excellent early and midterm outcomes of endovascular aneurysm repair using the Incraft stent graft in patients with complex anatomy. The concurrent presence of two or more complex iliac anatomic factors still represent an issue for endovascular aneurysm repair success. However, the technical characteristics of this device resulted in low intervention rates, even for patients with these challenging issues.

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