Stenting


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Stent´ing


n.1.An opening in a wall in a coal mine.
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Medtronic's "Renal Solution" package for stenting procedures also includes the Launcher[R] and Sherpa guide catheters and the Thunder extra support wire.
TLR is the rate of re-treatment of patients after coronary stenting and is widely viewed by physicians as an important clinical marker of drug eluting stent effectiveness.
When you do small vessel stenting, you want the stent to be small and you want it to be flexible.
With RX HERCULINK's legacy of proven deliverability and the advantages of cobalt chromium, the RX HERCULINK ELITE Biliary Stent System is the next generation of biliary stenting technology," said Ron Lattanze, president, Endovascular Solutions, Guidant Corporation.
The Endeavor stent was successfully placed in 98 percent of patients undergoing direct stenting and in 99 percent of patients where vessels were pre-dilatated.
com/reports/c21484) has announced the addition of Carotid Stenting - Technology & Market Forecast to their offering.
TLR is the rate of retreatment of patients after coronary stenting and is widely viewed by physicians as a critical clinical marker of drug eluting stent effectiveness.
Carotid stenting offers the potential for a less invasive alternative to endarterectomy, the current standard of care in treating carotid stenosis.
This data indicates that balloon occlusion devices, such as the GuardWire system, used in this manner are similar to filter devices and can produce favorable results in carotid stenting procedures.
In the past decade, some doctors have tested stenting on blocked carotids.
Long-term stenting for a period of several months significantly reduces the rate of restenosis, particularly in difficult cases.