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Off-line coiling separates the production of finished coils from the extrusion process meaning less downtime, lower waste and lower labour costs per coil.
Unlike throwing, which is limited to the production of symmetrical forms, coiling makes possible the production of varieties of shapes.
of the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City reported only 16% of 232 patients required retreatment within 6 months after coiling with Matrix (Boston Scientific) coils, which declined to 7% in those who also received adjunctive stenting.
12) With the advancement of stent-assisted coiling, carotid sacrifice might be avoidable in many cases.
Endovascular coiling has been the gold standard for minimally invasive treatment of brain aneurysms for almost a decade.
Having continually developed its high-speed coiling systems to reach over 200 m/min and be capable of automatically adding stretch film, PP straps or adhesive tape to secure coils or spools of pipe, the obvious next step was to provide automated labelling, palletising and pallet wrapping.
Distributed power along the length of heater element is available as well as custom profile coiling.
Scanlan and his colleagues solved this fabrication problem by coiling the more flexible component materials.
LDCPE technology here refers to the practice of coiling 4-inch and 6-inch diameter medium and high-density polyethylene plastic pipe into rolls of 250 to 1,000 feet long.
For aneurysms where coiling is deemed the best treatment, this may have the added benefit of shorter procedure time and reduced fluoroscopy time, both of which enhance the safety of endovascular procedures," said Don Heck, MD Director of Interventional Neuroradiology at Forsyth Stroke and Neurosciences Center in Winston Salem, North Carolina.