Breaking Boundaries: Bioabsorbable Polymers In Device Design
Dr. Bruce Anneaux, former Corporate Director of Research at Zeus Industrial Products, and James Lindsey III, Sr. Research Engineer at Zeus, discuss the use of polymer technology in bioabsorbable vascular scaffolds (BVS).
Programming Performance Of Bioabsorbable Medical Devices
Controlling and programming performance for a bioabsorbable implantable device is fundamental to its success. A crucial phase of development to this end takes place at the component level where bioabsorbable polymer chemistry can be matched with optimal processing. Component-level design controls like these offer key insights for achieving improved device design.
Device Performance Factors
Factors that affect device performance go beyond merely the chemistry and polymers involved. The biological setting as well as the design feasibility and stability are equally important in achieving final device attributes. Join us for this webinar as we discuss these and other factors and their role in creating an optimal bioabsorbable device.
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