SHAPING THE FUTURE OF
BIOMIMETIC STENTS

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biomimicry

n (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Biology) the mimicking of life using imitation biological systems

LINC 2018: 31 January 2018

Professor Thomas Zeller (Bad Krozingen, Germany) presented the 12-month results from Veryan Medical’s MIMICS-2 IDE study.

Full Press release: MIMICS-2 12 month results  

 

VERYAN’S VASCULAR BIOMIMETIC STENT

IMPROVING PERFORMANCE BY IMITATING THE NATURAL 3D HELICAL SHAPE OF THE VASCULAR SYSTEM

Veryan has developed innovative technology to improve the performance of vascular stents by adopting the principle of biomimicry; developing structures that imitate those occurring naturally. Veryan’s vascular biomimetic stent technology involves adapting a straight stent design to a three-dimensional helical shape, which more closely mimics the natural geometry of the human vascular system. The BioMimics 3D stent belongs to a new generation of self-expanding stent design with advanced biomechanical and flow performance properties, creating the potential to transform the treatment of patients with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease of the lower limbs. This highly differentiated technology has been clinically proven in a multicentre, randomised clinical trial (the Mimics study) in superficial femoral and proximal popliteal (femoropopliteral) arteries of the leg and received CE Mark approval in November 2012.

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