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May 2006

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Late-Breaking Updates:

  • Just released - Late breaking trial and emerging technology updates from the mid-May EuroPCR06 conference.
  • Coverage of the Endovascular Congress, the ACC.06 and SIR 2006 conferences in our Interventional Medicine Series is now completed.
  • All updates expand your access to our extensive archives of pivotal trials and registries as well as emerging and established technologies.

These MedIntelliBase™ MarketTracks titles are newly updated:

  • Cardiovascular (CV) Therapeutics
  • Endovascular (EV) Therapeutics
  • Carotid (Carotid) Therapeutics & Stroke Prevention.

Table of Contents



Late Breaking News -- Cardiovascular Therapeutics MarketTrack

Link of the Month

MIB MarketTracks SMArt Volumes

Fun Fact of the Month

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Cardiovascular Therapeutics MarketTrack - Heparin-Sirolimus DES

The Synchronnium heparin-sirolimus stent system from Sahajanand Medical Technologies of India was discussed by Dr. Suhas Lele at the EuroPCR06 meeting on Thursday, May 18. Please see our coverage of this new dual-drug DES within our CV Therapeutics MIB MarketTrack below:

Synchronnium heparin-sirolimus DES

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Link of the Month


MIB MarketTracks SMArt Volumes - Mechanisms of Inflammation Before & After Percutaneous Interventions

Two primary episodes of inflammation can be associated with percutaneous cardiovascular and endovascular interventions - an initial "inflammatory activation" resulting from atherosclerosis and a "secondary inflammatory activation" following an intervention:

Mechanisms of Inflammation

Restenosis does not occur without vascular injury associated with a percutaneous intervention - the very procedure that is intended to eliminate the original stenosis often causes restenosis. It is this relationship that drives the industry to produce technologies such as bare metal stents (BMS), drug-eluting stents (DES) and now heparin-DES to minimize the need for follow-up procedures.

MIB MarketTracks chronicle the development of these technologies and hundreds more designed to fight restenosis and improve the outcomes of vascular interventions. Click here to request a Real-Time, Online MIB tour and a Free 15-Day Subscription.

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