endograft

en·do·graft

(en-dō'graft),
1. To place a graft using endoscopic methods.
2. A graft introduced using endoscopic methods.
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Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore Medical Center is proud to announce that it has expanded services to offer treatment with the minimally invasive iliac branched endoprosthesis (IBE), an endograft that treats patients with aortic and iliac aneurysms in a minimally invasive way.
Leurs LJ, Bell R, Degrieck Y, Thomas S, Hobo R, Lundbom J; EUROSTAR; UK Thoracic Endograft Registry Collaborators.
This is achieved by the conformable O-rings with CustomSeal polymer that have been repositioned near the top of the endograft, providing seal just below the renal arteries.
The company's EVAR products include AFX endovascular AAA system Vela Proximal Endograft and Intuitrak endovascular AAA system; and EVAS products comprise Nellix endovascular aneurysm sealing system.
The Altura endograft system received CE Mark in 2015 and Lombard plans to launch the device in Europe in January 2016 with a broader international roll out later the same year.
Endograft repair of traumatic aortic transection in a 10-year-old: A case report.
The endograft could be deployed safely and accurately without compromising the left subclavian artery origin under TEE guidance.
The surgery carries a risk of a leak of blood around the endograft and back into the aneurysm, prompting the need for another procedure.
In thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair (TEVAR), an alternative to open surgical repair of TAA, a minimally invasive catheter-based system is used to implant a metal and fabric endograft to isolate blood flow away from the aneurysm to prevent potential rupture and death.
Among the implant devices used to fortify the aorta, conventional endograft devices tend to fit poorly because of the artery's complex three-dimensional geometry.
The GORE TAG thoracic endograft remains inside the aorta permanently through the use of a metal stent creating a tight fit and seal against the wall of the aorta.