Vascular Closure Devices AngioBlock

The vascular closure devices is frequently used to provide hemostasis after endovascular interventional procedures. In addition to providing a rapid hemostasis at the puncture site, these devices also allow for early mobilization of the patient and a reduction in the workload of the clinic.

 

For hemodialysis, a vascular attempting pathway is needed for temporary or permanent use. The creation of a vascular access pathway at the onset of hemodialysis was a major problem limiting the spread of treatment. A double-lumen catheter is often placed in a large vein percutaneously for the transient vascular access tract. The Scribner shunt, an external arteriovenous fistula commonly used in the 1960s, was abandoned today. For long-term chronic hemodialysis, a subcutaneous arteriovenous fistula or arteriovenous graft may be formed or a double-lumen silicone catheter may be inserted into the internal jugular vein.

 

After interventional vascular procedures, hemostasis control is traditionally performed by manual compression. Recently, vascular closure devices have been used after endovascular procedures. The aim of this study was to determine the efficacy of vascular closure devices developed as an alternative to manual compression technique in interventional neuroradiology. Vascular surgeons; provides a special glycol hydrogel leakage inhibiting material, which provides rapid hemostasis along the suture lines in venous and arterial reconstructions that prevent intraoperative and postoperative complications associated with suture bleedings.

 

AngioBlock Vascular closure device, synthetic absorbable. It consists of the parts which provide the preparation and application of the surgical anti-leak material. The AngioBlock consists of two mixtures, the vascular leak-proof material, the polyethylene glycole ester and the trilyamine amine solution. Angioblock Vascular Closure device developed to achieve fast, reliable and safe homeostasis after angiography entry. The specially designed delivery case allows the system to easily detect the artery and safely transmit the polymer compound onto the arteries of the arteries. AngioBlock is absorbed within a sufficient amount of time after providing normal wound healing.

 

As a result, vascular closure devices can be used quickly, safely and effectively in interventional neuroradiology.



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