Stefanov F, Sultan S, Morris L, Elhelali A, Kavanagh EP, Lundon V, Sultan M, Hynes N. Computational fluid analysis of symptomatic chronic type B aortic dissections managed with the Streamliner Multilayer Flow Modulator. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 2016 Nov 23.
The MFM Global Registry has published a computational study on the Multilayer Flow Modulator device, used in the treatment of symptomatic chronic type B aortic dissection.
This study has been published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery.
The study concluded that the SMFM reduces the false lumen wall pressure through flow modulation. It preserves patency of all branches, minimizing the incidence of short-term complications.
The SMFM is a valuable option in managing primary symptomatic chronic type B aortic dissection, without midterm complications.
For the full article, click the Journal of Vascular Surgery online: http://www.jvascsurg.org/article/S0741-5214(16)31228-9/fulltext
The Western Vascular was extremely successful at this years Veith symposium.
First and Second prize for the best clinical paper and cost effectiveness paper went to the Irish team, Esraa Hegazy (1st) and Patrick Canning (2nd), both from the WVI. Congratulations!!
Top NUIG students also won awards for best research on AAA, carotid surgery and overall academic achievement.
All VEITHsymposium and International Society For Vascular Surgery, Inc. associate faculty abstracts have been published in a special supplement of Vascular.
A huge thank you to everyone who made the supplement a fantastic success.
As this years president, the ISVS Symposium will be hosted in Sibiu, Romania with a special theme.
Easts Meets West The ISVS Symposium for Central and Eastern Europe.
19th-22nd July 2017
Ramada Hotel, Sibiu, Romania
More information to follow....
Don't forget to submit an abstract to this years ISVS/VEITHsymposium Global Podium Presentations. Accepted abstracts will be published in the VEITHsymposium 2016 supplement in the journal VASCULAR.
DEADLINE for submission: September 16, 2016.
For submission guidelines: http://www.veithsymposium.org/index.php?pg=podium-sessions-2016
Insights from complex aortic surgery with a Streamliner device for aortic arch repair (STAR)
This article is a computational study on six patient specific aortic arch anatomies treated with the MFM device. Correct placement of the MFM device was shown to not only reduce aortic pressure but also increase distal perfusion. Incorrect placement was found to promote failure mode I.
Read the full article on the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
Read our most recent publication in JEVT on the MFM
Congratulations to Dr Florian Stefanov, our Biomedical Device Research Director for winning the Best Poster Presentation Award at this years ISVS congress. His work was entitled "Haemodynamic Insights from Six Complex Patient-Specific Aneurysmal Cases Treated with the Streamliner Device for Aortic Arch Repair (STAR)"