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occluded

[əklo̅o̅′did]
Etymology: L, occludere, to close up
closed, plugged, or obstructed.
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leg) clots within four hours of initiation of dosing and to clear occluded catheters in 15 minutes or less.
This randomized, double-blind study is comparing the efficacy of 3 mg of alfimeprase with placebo in 300 patients with occluded central venous catheters.
Based on results from our Phase 2 trial, which showed that alfimeprase could restore function to occluded catheters in as early as five minutes, we believe that alfimeprase may be an improved treatment for rapidly restoring flow of vital therapies through a catheter," said Steven Deitcher, M.
GUSTO II is a follow-up trial to GUSTO I, the Global Utilization of Streptokinase and t-PA for Occluded coronary arteries.
Featuring a unique tip and shaft design, Predator offers excellent pushability and trackability, thus enabling physicians to more easily guide the balloon to and across occluded, distal coronary lesions.
Lower profiles enable physicians to more easily access the vascular system and guide the balloon to and across occluded, distal coronary lesions.
These products are based on the Company's patented OmniWave(TM) Technology, the first technology that enables the delivery of acoustic energy over the active length of a small diameter wire in an occluded blood vessel.
The XTD catheter mechanically cleans and removes thrombus from occluded vessels, offering clinicians a new device for quickly and safely treating occlusive thrombotic vascular disease which afflicts millions of patients worldwide.
The Genentech Lytic Portfolio of clot-busting agents includes Activase(R) (alteplase, recombinant) tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA) for acute ischemic stroke, TNKase(R) (tenecteplase) for acute myocardial infarction, and Cathflo Activase(R) (alteplase, recombinant) for restoration of function to central venous access devices occluded by blood clots.
This frame is then filled with helically shaped Micrus MicroCoils until the aneurysm is completely occluded.
Food and Drug Administration and already is being marketed for thrombus removal in occluded dialysis grafts; and the Fino(TM), which is the subject of an IDE study for removing venous clots that cause deep vein thrombosis (DVT).