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Thursday 23 May 2019
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Gore gains EU approval for vascular graft

The Gore Hybrid Vascular Graft, which received FDA clearance in 2010, is indicated for use as a vascular prosthesis for replacement or bypass of diseased vessels impacted by aortic aneurysmal, peripheral vascular and end-stage renal disease, according to the Flagstaff, Ariz.-based company. The device is designed to address the causes of graft failure; intimal hyperplasia, thrombosis and seroma. 
The expanded polytetrafluoroethylene vascular prosthesis has a section reinforced with nitinol that is partially constrained. It is the only combination graft of its kind that incorporates Carmeda BioActive Surface with covalently bonded heparin, resulting in a thrombo-resistant surface.

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