The orbital rotator is inserted into the guiding catheter and moved to the affected area.
The orbital rotator then spins at a very high speed, shaving off the plaque and storing it inside a collection chamber. This allows for plaque removal with minimal damage to the artery.
Once sufficient plaque has been removed, the orbital rotator is removed from the artery, along with the plaque that was stored in the collection chamber.
Read: Chapter 08. Recovery
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