phenox | HPC | Hydrophilic Polymer Coating
HPC is an aneurysm implant and Flow Diverter coating, which shall reduce the risk of thrombosis on the surface of stents. Due to the thrombogenic surface, platelet function-inhibiting drugs are needed to prevent in-stent thrombosis. The current solution of preventing platelet activation is the Dual Anti-Platelet Therapy (DAPT) consisting of Aspirin and Clopidogrel. HPC reduces the risk of thrombus formation on the implant by initially reducing or preventing the adhesion of platelets when in contact with blood. The whole implant is covered with an invisible coating.
phenox | p64 MW | p48 MW Flow Modulation Device
Hemorrhagic stroke treatment of side-wall aneurysms with the p64 MW and p48 Flow Modulation Device, which comprise the latest technological advances in the field of neurovascular aneurysm treatment. The compability with 0.021" microcatheters and an independently movable distal wire enable enhanced safety when operating in sensitive and tortous intracranial anatomies. Drawn filled tubing (DFT) wires form a fully visible braided mesh to combine the radiopacity of platinum with the superelastic characteristic of nitinol.
phenox | pCONUS 2 | Bifurcation Aneurysm Treatment
Hemorrhagic stroke treatment of bifurcation aneurysm with pCONUS 2 Bifurcation Aneurysm Implant. A new category of intraluminal device intended to treat complex, wide neck intracranial bifurcation aneurysms. It is designed to support the coil mass at the level of the neck of aneurysms that cannot be easily coiled or surgically treated. pCONUS provides significantly less metal within the bifurcation and no metal in efferent vessel. It is also available with Hydrophilic Polymer Coating