System and Method for Deploying Proximally-Flaring Stent™
This prospectus will introduce the System and Method for Deploying Proximally-Flaring Stent for Bifurcation Stenting or Branch Ostial Stenting™, a newly patented technology available for licensing.
This system benefits all cardiologists for its ease of use and easy-to-find supplies.
PRODUCT FEATURES & BENEFITS
There are two items needed for this system:
- Proximally flaring stent is 10 mm long on a 20 to 30 mm balloon with proximal 3 to 5 mm are flares.
- Sequentially inflating balloon with opening to introduce air proximally which inflates sequentially from proximal to distal end.
This is a concept. On the basis of this concept, a prototype can be developed with existing stent and balloon with minor modification and at minimal extra cost.
Proximally flaring stent can also be used in any peripheral circulation to protect and recreate the opening of the branch artery. PCI balloons and stents are typically covered by Medicare, and their costs will be used in the Financial Outlook below.
- Protect and recreate coronary artery branch opening
- The stent can be used for coronary arteries as well as peripheral arteries.
The System and Method for Deploying Proximally-Flaring Stent ™ features the PCI balloon with an opening in the proximal area, so when air is introduced, the PCI balloon will inflate sequentially from proximal to distal end.
The flaring stent for the branch has a proximal 3 to 5mm of the flare area and the remaining 7 to 5mm will be the stent. The stent will be deployed, so the flare’s base will be the branch’s opening.
The flaring stent balloon will deploy about ¼ circumference of the stent at the branch opening. Then the balloon in the main artery will inflate sequentially from proximal to distal end. And In doing so, it will deploy remaining ¾ circumference of the flares.
The flaring stent is put on the balloon, about 30mm long, and the stent will be in the distal 10mm of the balloon.
Materials needed to produce the System and Method for Deploying Proximally-Flaring Stent ™:
- PCI Balloon with Proximal Opening
- Proximally-Flaring Stent
The System and Method for Deploying Proximally-Flaring Stent ™ is covered by United States Utility Patent: 10,485,960
For additional information, licensing opportunities, and a full prospectus on the System and Method for Deploying Proximally-Flaring Stent ™ contact:
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