Spiral Flow™ Peripheral Vascular Graft
Once implanted, the Spiral Flow™ Peripheral Bypass Graft will create Spiral Flow™ immediately. Spiral Laminar Flow™ is easily determined by taking a transverse color Doppler ultrasound over the distal portion of the graft or distal artery.
The process of blockage caused by neointimal hyperplasia at graft-artery anastomosis is driven to a large part by disturbed or turbulent flow.
Spiral Flow™ Peripheral Bypass Vascular Graft delivers less turbulent energy and brings the following benefits:
- Reduced turbulence within the blood vessel
- Reduced wall pressures and stresses
- Reduced particle adhesion to the vessel wall – the particles are held in the centre of the vessel
- Improved blood flow through stenoses or blockages.
Our Spiral Flow™ Peripheral Vascular Graft is an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) graft with removable external support over its proximal section. The distal portion of the graft contains the patented Spiral Flow™ Inducer and pre-cut distal anastomotic cuff. Any rings on this segment of the graft are NON-REMOVABLE. The Spiral Flow™ Inducer is an injection molded component running along the distal end of the graft. It should never be modified as loss of its form may cause Spiral Laminar Flow™ to not be propagated through the graft.
We are the inventors and developers of innovative Spiral Flow™ cardiovascular devices that restore natural blood flow. Our patented platform technology benefits patients worldwide and we are seeking partners to co-develop novel spiral flow devices.
Contact us today to find out how Spiral Laminar Flow can be integrated into your medical device technology.