In situ preparation of drug eluting stents with biocompatible photo crosslinked hydrogels

Paolo Marizza (Inventor), Anja Boisen (Inventor)

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Abstract

Disclosed herein is a stent system adapted for being implanted in a body cavity or vessel, such as a blood vessel, a ureteral duct or an intestine, the stent system comprising a stent mesh, a catheter extending through the stent mesh, a biocompatible solution adapted for forming photo-crosslinked hydrogels when exposed to radiation, an inner balloon positioned around the catheter, and an outer balloon positioned around the inner balloon, wherein the outer balloon contains the biocompatible solution, the biocompatible solution filling up the space between the inner balloon and the outer balloon.
Original languageEnglish
IPCA61L31/10; A61L31/14; A61L31/16
Patent numberEP3338820
Filing date27/06/2018
Priority date21/12/2016
Priority numberEP20160205797
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Marizza, P., & Boisen, A. (2018). IPC No. A61L31/10; A61L31/14; A61L31/16. In situ preparation of drug eluting stents with biocompatible photo crosslinked hydrogels. (Patent No. EP3338820 ).
Marizza, Paolo (Inventor) ; Boisen, Anja (Inventor). / In situ preparation of drug eluting stents with biocompatible photo crosslinked hydrogels. IPC No.: A61L31/10; A61L31/14; A61L31/16. Patent No.: EP3338820 . Jun 27, 2018.
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Marizza, P & Boisen, A Jun. 27 2018, In situ preparation of drug eluting stents with biocompatible photo crosslinked hydrogels, Patent No. EP3338820 , IPC No. A61L31/10; A61L31/14; A61L31/16.

In situ preparation of drug eluting stents with biocompatible photo crosslinked hydrogels. / Marizza, Paolo (Inventor); Boisen, Anja (Inventor).

IPC No.: A61L31/10; A61L31/14; A61L31/16. Patent No.: EP3338820 . Jun 27, 2018.

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