The unique three-dimensional braided structure of
the Multilayer Flow Modulator (MFM
pathophysiological(that is, recirculating) blood flow
in the aneurysm into a laminar “healing” flow that
removes radial stress on the artery wall and reduces
the risk of rupture.
The three-dimensional braided wire mesh of the
preserves blood flow into and the patency of
branch arteries and improves perfusion of organs.
ORGANIZED THROMBUS FORMATION
The technology of the MFM
formation of an organized thrombus inside
the aneurysmal sac, thereby protecting the
artery wall from potential rupture.
The unique hemodynamic effect and capacity for
compliance of the MFM
support the endothelialization
of the device along the artery wall, while creating
an organized laminar flow into branch arteries and
maintaining their patency.
With faster, easier, and less invasive
implantation procedures, even in complex
anatomies, x-ray exposure is reduced for
both patients and medical staff.
LESS X-RAY EXPOSURE
OFF THE SHELF
is readily available off the shelf in a wide
range of sizes. Support for planning and deployment
strategies is readily available from the Cardiatis
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