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The company has initially focused on developing therapies to improve the outcomes of common vascular interventions, such as arteriovenous access, angioplasties, stent placements, and peripheral and coronary bypass grafts - the failure of which result in serious complications and a significant increase in medical costs.
Factors affecting the lifespan of autologous and synthetic arteriovenous access routes for haemodialysis.
Vascular access failure is a major complication in providing care to patients who require a permanent arteriovenous access and we believe Vascugel([R]) provides an unparalleled treatment solution.
Our three-step quality improvement project to convert catheter-dependent patients to arteriovenous access was a collaborative effort by me, the hemodialysis nurses, the nephrologists, and the vascular surgeon.
In August, Pervasis completed patient enrollment for two Phase II clinical trials of Vascugel[TM] in human subjects for end-stage renal disease (ESRD) who require arteriovenous access for hemodialysis.
Building on its deep understanding of the specialized role that the endothelium plays in regulating natural healing and repair processes associated with disease, Pervasis is advancing groundbreaking new therapies to dramatically improve the outcomes of common vascular interventions, such as arteriovenous access, angioplasties, stents, and peripheral and coronary bypass grafts - the failure of which result in serious complications and a significant increase in medical costs.