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InFlow Dynamics AG

Division of Boston Scientific Corp.

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Stent and Deliver

Stents have been very effective at avoiding elastic recoil by mechanically holding arteries open after balloon angioplasty. They have also, to a certain extent, alleviated the problem of restenosis, the reocclusion of the artery in the months following angioplasty. Unfortunately, however, stents don't go far enough to prevent restenosis--anywhere from 10% to 40% of patients will develop restenosis within six months of revascularization procedures--and the devices frequently result in a new, man-made and difficult-to-treat kind of restenosis, known as in-stent restenosis. Thus, device developers are putting serious development effort into enhanced stents that can carry and deliver drugs to combat restenosis locally.
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  • Industry
  • Medical Devices
  • Medical Devices
    • Implantable Devices
  • Therapeutic Areas
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  • Private
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  • Worldwide
    • Europe
      • Western Europe
        • Germany
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  • Boston Scientific Corp.
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  • InFlow Dynamics AG
    Phone: (49) 89323504
    Frankfurter Ring 193a
    Munchen, 80807
    Germany
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