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endovascular

(ĕn′dō-văs′kyə-lər)
adj.
1. Intravascular.
2. Of or relating to a surgical procedure in which a catheter containing medications or miniature instruments is inserted through the skin into a blood vessel for the treatment of vascular disease.
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The contract was gradual supply of equipment for endovascular broken down into tasks.
Many complex and remote vascular injuries involving the extremities, abdominal or thoracic aorta or cervical vessels can be manage with endovascular techniques provided the patient is stable and all the necessary equipments and skills are available.
In November, following the Food and Drug Administration approval of US-based medical device maker Cook Medical's Zenith Alpha Thoracic Endovascular Graft, the first patient was treated with the device in the US, the company said.
Over the last two decades endovascular technologies and devices have undergone rapid innovation evolution and refinement.
Neurosurgeons, radiologists, and other medical specialists describe the many devices, techniques, and procedures that neurointerventionalists use in an endovascular approach to treating vascular diseases of the nervous system.
Endovascular procedures included angioplasty with or without stenting.
Because this option is more invasive, surgeons are increasingly attempting less invasive endovascular repair for patients with AIOD.
of Montreal, Canada) assemble 23 chapters that detail endovascular and hybrid surgical techniques for structural heart and aortic disease, for interventionalists and surgeons.
Ciccone and his coinvestigators noted how endovascular treatments had become widely used despite scant evidence for their efficacy.
Under the terms of the deal announced on 12 July 2010, Johnson & Johnson is buying Micrus Endovascular for USD23.
Pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) revealed on Monday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Micrus Endovascular Corp (Nasdaq:MEND) in a cash for stock exchange valued at approximately USD480m.
Patients undergoing endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) had a lower rate of death at 30 days compared to those receiving open surgery, but the rates were comparable at two years, according to a study published Oct.