Where can you get Protected TAVR™?

During the TAVR procedure, pieces of embolic debris can break loose and travel through the arteries toward the brain. The SENTINEL™ Cerebral Protection System (CPS) is designed to help capture embolic debris and protect you from the risk of stroke.

Search the directory below for hospitals that offer Protected TAVR with SENTINEL CPS.

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This information is compiled by Boston Scientific ("BSC") as a reference tool for locating centers that can help evaluate your treatment options, including th SENTINEL Cerebral Protection System.

No center or physician has been paid or received a fee to be included in this directory. BSC offers no recommendation, endorsement or guarantee with respect to any particular provider or service. The selection of a healthcare provider is entirely up to you.

The results are provided in alphabetical order (when searching by state) and by proximity (when searching by zip code).

As with any medical device, there are risks associated with use of the SENTINEL Cerebral Protection System. These risks include but are not limited to: infection, blood vessel injury, stroke, death. Issues specific to the use of SENTINEL have been reported in a small number of patients and typically went away in 30 days. The use of SENTINEL during your procedure is solely at the discretion of your doctor.