The VIVID trial is a prospective, multicenter, single-arm study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the Vesper Duo stent system in the treatment of patients with iliofemoral occlusive disease.
According to Vesper Medical, the Duo stent system is designed to be the next generation venous stent technology, uniquely engineered to address the challenges of deep vein obstruction. The modular portfolio is intended to provide physicians clinical versatility with both the Duo Hybrid and Duo Extend stent options in a full range of lengths and diameters to customize therapy for each patient depending on their specific stenosis location within the iliofemoral vein.
“We were honored to initiate this clinical investigation which holds significant potential benefits for patients with deep venous occlusive disease,” said Jason Yoho, MD, of the Heart & Vascular Institute of Texas, New Braunfels, Texas. “Until now, we have not had a portfolio of stents that have been uniquely tailored to the venous anatomy and can be customized to meet each patient’s need.”
The study is led by lead principal investigator Mahmood Razavi, MD, director of clinical trials at St Joseph Heart and Vascular Center in Orange, California, and European lead principal investigator Michael Lichtenberg, MD, chief medical officer of the Angiology department at the Vascular Center Clinic in Arnsberg, Germany.
The VIVID trial is a global study and will enroll up to 160 patients in up to 45 centers in the U.S. and Europe. It will assess freedom from major adverse events at 30 days post-procedure and primary efficacy of the stented segment at 12 months. Patients enrolled in the study will be followed for three years.