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filter

noun classification, means to rectify, means to reeine, purification, purifier, refinery, screen, sieve, sifter, strainer

filter

verb clarify, clean, clear, distill, filtrate, find, leach, pass through, percolate, purify, rectify, refine, screen, strain
Associated concepts: filter the evidence through the jury
See also: distill, purge, screen, select
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The Crux Biomedical IVCF was designed to address the limitations of currently available vena cava filters including perforation, migration and inability to retrieve.
We believe the medical device anchoring technology platforms and the two vena cava filter systems clearly represent next generation performance in implantable device fixation and will provide unsurpassed patient safety with improved clinical options," commented Paul Gianneschi, Managing Principal and Founder of Hatch Medical, L.
Building on the successes of Cook's earlier Bird's Nest and Gunther Tulip vena cava filters, the Cook Celect filter offers physicians a new choice for minimizing the risk of blood clots and pulmonary embolism in their patients," said Rob Lyles, global leader of Cook Medical's Peripheral Intervention products division.
to target the development of an advanced implantable inferior vena cava filter (IVCF) to prevent the occurrence of potentially fatal pulmonary embolisms.
The Option[TM] Vena Cava Filter is designed to remain permanently in place, or to be removed from the patient if the physician determines the patient is no longer at substantial risk for PE.
Inferior Vena Cava Filter, Average Price ($), 2005-2016
This clinical study, which is the largest to examine vena cava filter retrievals, reveals breakthrough results about physicians' ability to retrieve Cook's Gunther Tulip months after implantation," said Dr.
Incorporation of the Gunther temporary inferior vena cava filter into the caval wall.
The Gunther Tulip vena cava filter may be deployed by the femoral or jugular approach and can be used as a retrievable or permanent filter.
Retrievability of the recovery vena cava filter after dwell times longer than 180 days.
7) However, there are risks to patients who receive a vena cava filter.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its novel inferior vena cava filter (VCF) with bi-directional retrieval.