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Optimized Stent Jacket with Large Apertures
21 Oct 21
An intravascular device configured to treat an aneurysm that includes a support structure including metal struts configured to be positioned in a body lumen and defining a central fluid passage that extends axially along the support structure, and a knitted mesh cover disposed over an exterior thereof and across a radial arc and along a length of the support structure sufficient to exceed an opening of an aneurysm to be treated, and the cover includes a polymer fiber having a diameter of at least 40 nanometers to 30 microns and apertures therethrough, the apertures being sized to prevent blood from passing through the device to prevent further expansion of the aneurysm.
Eli Bar, Asher Holzer, Ofir Paz
Filed: 24 May 21
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Intravascular aneurysm treatment device and methods
6 Jul 21
An intravascular device configured to treat an aneurysm that includes a support structure including metal struts configured to be positioned in a body lumen and defining a central fluid passage that extends axially along the support structure, and a knitted mesh cover disposed over an exterior thereof and across a radial arc and along a length of the support structure sufficient to exceed an opening of an aneurysm to be treated, and the cover includes a polymer fiber having a diameter of at least 40 nanometers to 30 microns and apertures therethrough, the apertures being sized to prevent blood from passing through the device to prevent further expansion of the aneurysm.
Eli Bar, Asher Holzer, Ofir Paz
Filed: 6 Nov 15
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Stent assembly and methods for treatment via body lumens
13 May 21
An enhanced stent apparatus includes an implantable element, constructed of a flexible, biocompatible material configured to be positioned in a body lumen.
Eli Bar, Zeev Asher Holzer, Ofir Paz
Filed: 28 Dec 20
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Stent assembly and methods for treatment via body lumens
2 Mar 21
Various stent assemblies for placement in a body lumen that includes a support element comprising metal struts constructed to be positioned in a body lumen, and a knitted layer or cover disposed over an interior, an exterior, or both, of the support element and along an entire length thereof, wherein the knitted layer or cover comprises a single polymer fiber or metal wire having a diameter of at least 40 nanometers to 30 microns, wherein the support element and knitted cover together have apertures sized 100 microns to 300 microns in diameter, or alternatively from 200 microns to 1500 microns, to block larger debris when the stent assembly is properly placed in a body lumen.
Eli Bar, Zeev Asher Holzer, Ofir Paz
Filed: 27 Aug 18
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Methods of Using a Self-adjusting Stent Assembly and Kits Including Same
22 Apr 20
A method of using a self-adjusting stent assembly includes estimating body lumen diameter(s) associated with a portion of a body lumen in which a stent assembly will be placed; determining, based on the estimated diameter(s), target expanded stent diameter(s) of the stent assembly which is to be placed in the portion of the body lumen; selecting the stent assembly for stenting the portion of the body lumen, wherein the stent assembly is configured to: expand from an initial to expanded diameters within a range of expanded diameters; wherein the range of expanded diameters is from about 9 mm to about 5.5 mm; and wherein the target expanded stent diameter(s) is/are within the range of expanded diameters; and apply a chronic radial force to a wall that forms the portion of the lumen, wherein the radial force is less than about 0.33 N/mm; and implanting the stent assembly in the portion of the body lumen.
BenZion SPECTOR, Juan Jose RIGLA CROS
Filed: 28 Jan 19
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