Veryan‘s helical BioMimics 3D stent met its primary safety and efficacy endpoints in a study of 271 patients with symptomatic femoropopliteal artery disease, according to TCTMD.
The device, which is shaped to mimic the natural geometry of human vasculature, compared favorably with drug-coated balloons and stents.
The probability of maintaining primary patency after 12 months was 81.9% for the BioMimics 3D device. The helical stent was beaten out by Cook Medical‘s Zilver PTX product, which had the highest probability at 82.7%, and Spectranetics‘ Stellarex device at 82.3%. Medtronic‘ (NYSE:MDT) In.Pact balloon had a 78.4% probability of maintaining primary patency after one year, followed by C.R. Bard‘s (NYSE:BCR) Lutonix device at 73.5%.
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