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Medical device company Vascular Grafts Solutions Friday provided interim results from the the post-marketing VEST III study that evaluates the effectiveness of the VEST technology (Venous External SupporT) in treatment of saphenous vein graft (SVG) disease after coronary artery bypass grafting.
In a prospective, randomized multicenter research study, researchers examined the comparison of patients with a 6 mm carbon-coated Bard Carboflo vascular graft or an uncoated Bard ePTFE vascular graft for a femoral-anterior tibial artery bypass.
The new GORE Hybrid Vascular Graft is indicated for use as a vascular prosthesis for replacement or bypass ofdeceased vessels impacted by aortic aneurysmal, peripheral vascular and end stage renal disease.
One particularly promising option has been the development of tissue-engineered vascular grafts, which are made using a patient's own cells - limiting the likelihood of rejection.
Humacyte will use the initial grafts produced for preclinical development, and the parties may continue their collaboration for the large-scale manufacturing of vascular grafts for clinical and commercial use.
From its base at Brymbo, near Wrexham, Credent Vascular Technologies manufactures UK medical devices, specialising in the development, manufacture and marketing of pioneering new vascular grafts.
Dialysis patients often have artificial vascular grafts constructed to allow easy access to their blood, but more than 50% suffer thrombosis (clotting) of the grafting within two years of placement.
The elastic properties of the material, coupled with low thrombogenicity and exceptional physical and mechanical properties, has led to considerable research effort over the last 20 years, aimed at the development of polyurethane vascular grafts (ref.
The GORE Hybrid Vascular Graft is indicated for use as a vascular prosthesis for replacement or bypass of diseased vessels in patients suffering occlusive or aneurysmal diseases, in trauma patients requiring vascular replacement, for dialysis access, or for other vascular procedures.
275 million in seed capital to advance the vascular graft program and to expand this technology to additional implantable devices made from PTFE or ePTFE.
16 March 2011 - MAQUET Cardiovascular, part of Swedish Getinge (STO: GETI B), said today it has obtained CE Mark approval for its FUSION BIOLINE Vascular Graft, which is indicated for use in patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Atlanta, GA, announced it has expanded its human vascular graft program to include a new method of preserving vascular tissue used as an A-V (arteriovenous) access graft for application with dialysis patients.
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