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Endoluminal Sciences | Date: 2013-03-15

Expandable sealing means for endoluminal devices have been developed for controlled activation. The devices have the benefits of a low profile mechanism (for both self-expanding and balloon-expanding prostheses), contained, not open, release of the material, active conformation to the leak sites such that leakage areas are filled without disrupting the physical and functional integrity of the prosthesis, and on-demand, controlled activation, that may not be pressure activated.


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About Us Endoluminal Sciences is an early stage venture capital-backed company, committed to the development of novel, platform technologies to dramatically enhance the clinical performance of endovascular prostheses. While the technology is foreseen to have its application to a range of vascular disease states, the immediate focus is the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) ...


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Endoluminal Sciences | Date: 2012-05-21

Expandable sealing means for endoluminal devices have been developed for controlled activation. The devices have the benefits of a low profile mechanism (for both self-expanding and balloon-expanding prostheses), contained, not open, release of the material, active conformation to the leak sites such that leakage areas are filled without disrupting the physical and functional integrity of the prosthesis, and on-demand, controlled activation, that may not be pressure activated.


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Endoluminal Sciences | Date: 2012-08-28

Expandable sealing means for endoluminal devices have been developed for controlled activation. The devices have the benefits of a low profile mechanism (for both self-expanding and balloon-expanding prostheses), contained, not open, release of the material, active conformation to the leak sites such that leakage areas are filled without disrupting the physical and functional integrity of the prosthesis, and on-demand, controlled activation, that may not be pressure activated.

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