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The Surfacer was developed to provide a new option for patients with upper extremity venous occlusions that make veins impenetrable by a guide wire or standard access techniques.
In cases of venous occlusion complicating IVC, the prognosis is not always poor because of the development of collateral veins and recanalisation (5, 7).
The Surfacer was developed to provide a new option for patients with upper extremity venous occlusion (or blockage in the vein) that makes the vein impenetrable by a guide wire or standard access techniques.
The patients were infertile and suffered pain in the low pelvic area requiring venous occlusion of their spermatic or gonadal veins.
This technology has been used in the United States and Europe for over a decade and is an important tool to manage lead-related issues, such as infection, malfunction, and venous occlusion that may arise in the over 5 million pacing and defibrillation leads implanted in patients worldwide.
The company leads the field in microwave technology for endometrial ablation, tumor ablation, and venous occlusion.
This technology platform has already spawned a product for endometrial ablation and products for venous occlusion and surface tissue coagulation are also in development.
Cranial magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) indicated cortical and subcortical signal changes in the left frontal region, with signs of meningeal inflammation but no signs of acute ischemia, bleeding, or venous occlusions.
Central venous occlusions had occurred in 21% of all patients.