Advancing Bioabsorbable Scaffolds with Polymer Technology
September 14, 2017 - Toronto ON CA
Xtalks Life Science Webinars
Phone: 416 977 6555 ex 371
A great deal of recent clinical data suggests that bioabsorbable vascular scaffolds (BRS) are indeed expected to be the next revolution in endovascular therapy. In contrast to traditional metallic stents, the body has the ability to break down and absorb the polymers used to make these scaffolds. BRSs have been clinically shown to afford restored vasomotion, late luminal enlargement, and reduced angina; all benefits of a new vascular restoration therapy that is expected to improve the life of many patients.