In advanced vascular disease, atherosclerosis becomes calcified deep inside the vessel walls
, obstructing blood flow.
When the process of angiogenesis is launched, these cells begin to produce new blood vessel wall
The Mercator platform is the first and only vascular-access system designed to inject drugs, genes and cells safely through vessel walls
into deep tissues without major surgery.
The strategy involves activating supporting cells which play a key role in the construction of blood vessel walls
The CE Mark approval for AneuGraft(R) will enable ITGI Medical to provide a wide range of coronary interventional solutions for all those situations that need to set a barrier between the vessel wall
and its lumen, despite the anatomical limitations.
They looked in fat deposits, inside the blood vessel walls
, where some experts had guessed fat cells may originate.
The conical shape of the vessel facilitates full product discharge with no mixture trapped at the vessel wall
for separate removal as in some other mixer types.
The constant pressure can cause the blood vessel wall
to either weaken and become thin, or thicken and become narrow.
Part I (Basic Principles) covers plasma factors and inhibitors (19 chapters), platelets (14 chapters), and vessel wall
Rather, they show negative remodeling, followed by vessel wall
shrinkage around the lesion sites, ultimately resulting in stenosis.
The scar tissue, known as neointima, has certain characteristics of smooth muscle, the dominant type of tissue in the blood vessel wall
The VITOMIX discharge valve is designed to fit flush with the vessel wall
and is compact as well as easily cleaned.