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A new level of precision in endovascular navigation.

The human vasculature is complex, difficult to navigate, and vast.

In fact, one person’s veins, arteries and capillaries could encircle the Earth more than twice.
While endovascular procedures have existed for nearly a century, technological advances now allow us to navigate tortuous anatomy with more precision.

XCath develops next-gen endovascular robotics
and steerable guidewires

Our technology has the potential to enable:

Expert navigation of the body’s extensive highway of blood vessels.
Democratized access to critical care.
Revolutionized clinical outcomes.
Safer procedures with faster recovery times and less disruption.
Expanded possibilities for minimally invasive treatment of complex vascular conditions.

Stroke is the world’s leading cause of death and disability.

Of the 15 million people worldwide who suffer a stroke each year, 5 million die and another 5 million are left permanently disabled, with life-changing impacts to their mobility, speech and language, thought processes and emotions, and more.
Annual stroke cases
Time until next stroke
Cost of strokes by 2030
Ischemic stroke percentage

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