Catheter Based Interventions

Drug delivery applications using our biomaterials could enable the advancement of minimally surgical techniques and cross-contamination safety.

Evolving minimally invasive surgical techniques require continual advancement in catheter systems — whether developing a catheter to be used acutely in the delivery of specialized device or a drug delivery system that will be long-term implanted.

Patients may benefit from:

  • Invibio offers a range of biomaterials with high tensile strength, tailored radiopacity and compatibility with multiple sterilization methods.1
  • PEEK-OPTIMA polymers can easily be extruded into tubing with excellent kink resistance. In addition, it can be molded or machined for complex catheter connector components with high-strength and MRI-compatibility requirements.1
  • PEEK-OPTIMA polymers are highly resistant to a wide range of chemicals and are resistant to stress cracking – the process that can occur from extended exposure to liquids when used as a port.1

REFERENCES:

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Applications

Examples of applications that are benefiting from Invibio

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