MYNX CONTROL® Vascular Closure Device
The innovative design and predictable deployment of MYNX CONTROL VCD delivers outstanding performance and control for consistently secure arterial closures.
Close with confidence. Leave nothing behind.
MYNX CONTROL VCD integrates dual-mode active sealing and reabsorbability with a next-generation delivery system to maximize predictability, safety, and ease of use in 5F, 6F, and 7F sizes.
Secure extravascular closure in a wide range of clinical scenarios.
With exceptional versatility, MYNX CONTROL VCD offers dependable closure with nothing left behind*—even in cases where using a different vascular closure device might be unsuitable.
Safe for bifurcations2
Useful on antegrade punctures3
No footplates, sutures, or metal implants to impede reaccess
Balloon visualization verifies position
The Science of Active Extravascular Sealing
MYNX CONTROL VCD consists of two configurations of polyethylene glycol (PEG), for durable hemostasis.
No foreign-body reaction or scar tissue formation1
- HYDROLYTIC DEGRADATION
Fully resorbs through hydrolysis—no enzymatic breakdown1
- MYNX GRIP TIP
Activated by body temperature and pH Interlocks with contours of the vessel by actively attaching to the artery, for secure mechanical closure
- MYNX® SEALANT COLUMN
Expands to 3-4 times its original size on contact with blood and subcutaneous fluids, creating a matrix structure for clot formation
Safety by the Numbers.
MYNX CONTROL VCD has been clinically proven to reduce surgical complications, expedite recovery, shorten hospital stays, and increase patient comfort.2-7‡
Increased Patient Comfort
In a blinded, randomized clinical study, pain at closure and pain increase from baseline to close were significantly lower for MYNX CONTROL VCD than Angio-Seal™ vascular closure device.7
Access-site bleeding and vascular injury
Reduced incident rate In a blinded, randomized clinical study, there was a significantly reduced incident rate for MYNX Portfolio of products than Angio-Seal VCD.
Successful Reduction of Surgeries Secondary to Arterial Access Site Complications A Retrospective Review at a Single-Center with an Extravascular Closure Device. Noor S, Meyers S, Curl R. Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. May 2010;44(5):345-9.
A Prospective Randomized Single-blind trial of Patient Comfort Following Vessel Closure Extravascular Synthetic Sealant Closure Provides Less Pain than a Self-tightening Suture Vascular Compression Device. Fargen KM, Hoh BL, Mocco J. J Neurointerv Surg. 2011;3(3):219-23
The Safety and Efficacy of an Extravascular, Water-Soluble Sealant for Vascular Closure Initial Clinical Results for Mynx. D. Scheinert MD et al. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions. November 2007.
1. Scheinert D, Sievert H, Turco MA, et al. The safety and efficacy of an extravascular, water‐soluble sealant for vascular closure: Initial clinical results for Mynx. Cathet Cardiovasc Intervent. 2007 Oct;70:627-633.
2 MYNX CONTROL Vascular Closure Device Instructions for Use.
3 Pruski MJ Jr, Blachut AM, Konkolewska M, et al. MynxGrip for closure of antegrade puncture after peripheral interventions with same-day discharge. Vasc Endovasc Surg. 2017 Feb;51(2):67-71.
4 Baker NC, Escarcega RO, Lipinski MJ, et al. Active versus passive anchoring vascular closure devices following percutaneous coronary intervention: a safety and efficacy comparative analysis. J Interv Cardiol. 2016 Feb; 29(1): 108-112.
5 Hutchings D, Hayat A, Karunakaran A, Malik N. Success, safety, and efficacy of the Mynx femoral closure device in a real-world cohort: single-center experience. J Invasive Cardiol. 2016 Mar;28(3):104-108.
6 Noor S, Meyers S, Curl R. Successful reduction of surgeries secondary to arterial access site complications: a retrospective review at a single center with an extravascular closure device. Vasc Endovascular Surg. 2010 Jul;44(5):345-349.
7 Fargen KM, Hoh BL, Mocco J. A prospective randomized single-blind trial of patient comfort following vessel closure: extravascular synthetic sealant closure provides less pain than a self-tightening suture vascular compression device. J NeuroInterv Surg. 2011 Sep; 3(3): 219-223.
‡Time to discharge eligibility as compared to manual compression. MATRIX Clinical Trial (IDE# G030182)