Coronary artery stents

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Coronary stent / platinium chromium / drug eluting / with applicator

The Soft Percuflex Stent is made with HydroPlus...

Coronary stent / metal / bare

Maintaining homogeneous cell distribution and small...

Coronary stent / cobalt chromium / with applicator

Thin struts of optimal radiopacity and radial strength...

Coronary stent / stainless steel

Dynamic is a balloon-expandable stent system...

Coronary stent / drug eluting

This Eucatech product is made with reduction...

Coronary stent / cobalt chromium / drug eluting

The stent has many benefits. Because it is extremely thin with...

Coronary stent / drug eluting

The product uses a Camouflage coating...

Coronary stent / metal / bare

Its flexibility is excellent and does...

Coronary stent / stainless steel / drug eluting

Polymer-free Tacrolimus eluting coronary stent minimizing the risk...

Coronary stent / cobalt chromium

Cobalt chromium coronary stent with Bio Inducer Surface technology...

Coronary stent / cobalt chromium

Carbofilm coated Cobalt Chromium coronary stent...

Coronary stent

The Deimos Coronary Stent System is...

Coronary stent / cobalt chromium

The Direct-Stent Stent Graft includes flexibility,...

Coronary stent / cobalt chromium

Coronary stenting is a key component of percutaneous coronary...

How to choose this product

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A coronary stent is inserted during coronary angioplasty to correct arterial stenosis. The two broad categories are bare and drug-eluting stents. Bioresorbable versions are gradually absorbed by the body or dissolve, restoring the original vasomotor characteristics of the vessel.

Applications

These devices are used to dilate a narrowed coronary artery. Most are put in place with a balloon catheter inserted through the femoral or radial artery.

Technologies

The mesh is typically cobalt-chrome, stainless steel, PLLA or another material. Drug-eluting stents are coated with a substance which releases an antiproliferative drug designed to reduce the risk of restenosis.

Advantages

- Inserted via minimally invasive surgery
- Shortened hospital stay

Disadvantages

- Risk of restenosis
- Expensive

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