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Artikel im American Journal of Cardiology zeigt gute Gefäßheilung nach MiStent-SES-Implantation
Date:11/21/2013

DURHAM, North Carolina, 21. November 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Wie Micell Technologies, Inc., heute bekanntgab, wurden im American Journal of Cardiology® die Ergebnisse einer umfassenden Analyse der optischen Kohärenztomographie (OCT) nach MiStent-SES-Implantation veröffentlicht. Die Bewertung der Gefäßheilung zu verschiedenen Zeitpunkten zeigte ausgezeichnete Resultate bei gleichzeitig seltenen Komplikationen durch Neoatherosklerose. Das MiStent Sirolimus-eluierende Koronarstentsystem aus resorbierbarem Polymer (MiStent SES®) ist ein Arzneimittel-eluierender Thin-Strut-Stent, der speziell für optimierte Gefäßheilung entwickelt wurde und sich durch eine schnell resorbierbare Beschichtung auszeichnet, mit der die Arzneimittelfreisetzung gesteuert werden kann.

Bei den in dem Artikel präsentierten Daten handelt es sich um zusätzliche Ergebnisse aus der Micell DESSOLVE-I-Studie des MiStent SES, an der 30 Patienten mit koronarer Herzerkrankung teilnahmen. Die Studie war so aufgebaut, dass die Gefäßheilung vier, sechs, acht und 18 Monate nach der Implantation untersucht wurde, um den Gefäßheilungsprozess im Zeitverlauf besser zu verstehen. Eine Bewertung des Heilungsverlaufsspektrums nach DES-Implantation durch serielle Untersuchungen der neointimalen Hyperplasie, Abdeckung, Apposition und Gewebeeigenschaften zu verschiedenen Zeitpunkten ergab Folgendes:

  • Weniger Neoatherosklerose-Fälle nach MiStent-SES-Implantation gegenüber zurückliegenden Ergebnissen mit anderen Arzneimittel-eluierenden Stents.
  • Sehr gute Stentabdeckung beim frühen Followup mit weiterer Verbesserung beim 18-Monate-Followup.
  • Geringe Stent-Strut-Malapposition zu allen Zeitpunkten; Trend zeigt weitere Reduktion nach 18 Monaten.
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