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Modified Herpes Virus Keeps Arteries Free-flowing Following Procedures

...ormation which has been a recent concern with drug eluting stents. The researchers found that the endothelial layer was partially restored at 14 days and completely restored at 28 days post-balloon angioplasty in the group treated with the herpes virus. The ability to target the smooth muscle cells that c...

Studies Reveal Inappropriate Use Of Drug-Coated Stents

...roved conditions. Drug-releasing stents or drug- eluting stents refer to stents, which have impregnated drugs that release slowly, in order to keep arteries open. The previous models with such drugs were plain metal stents i.e. wire-meshed tubes used to prop up de-clogged arteries. When they were first...

Does Life Saving Stents Actually Carry The Risk Of Blood Clots?

...ices that treat blocked heart arteries, these drug eluting stents are had essentially eliminated short-term restenosis as a complication of coronary angioplasty, but now they have suddenly have come under a cloud for possible late-term risks. Reports indicate that almost 6 million heart patients worldwide ha...

stents Result in allergic reactions

Drug eluting stents are used in the treatment of coronary arter...ug. Sirolimus is the commercially available drug eluting stent which reduces the chances of developing restonsis. These commercial stents are used in removin...

Drug-Eluting Stents Ensure Patency Of The Saphenous Vein Grafts

... considerably lower among those fitted with a drug eluting stent with the reduction rates approximating to 4 and 10 compared to 20 and 37 in those fitted with a conventional stent. Previous studies have already established that medicated stents are effective in the prevention of scar tissue formation and n...

Abbott’s Laboratories R&D Capabilities Questione

...treatment of Rheumatoid arthritis and its new drug eluting stent to be approved by the FDA, critics point out...peline like drugs Humira, Simdax, Febuxostat, drug eluting stent and Glucose monitor may succeed. "What is disappointing is that Abbott took a very aggressive ...

Hyderabad To Have Asia’s First Catheter Making Uni

...-centre clinical trials of the new version of drug eluting cobalt-chromium stent coated with porous carbon-ca...s. Animal trials of this version of advanced drug eluting stent were recently completed at the Cardiovascular Research Institute, Washington. The company ha...

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