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New Catheter Based Devices and Procedures Driving Hemostasis Valve Innovation

The viability of new interventions dependent on more robust componentry

Today’s hemostasis valves are a vexingly difficult engineering challenge. Beyond the minimum requirements per ISO 11070 and ISO 10555 for pressure and vacuum decay, emergent invasive catheter therapies are demanding much more from the introducer componentry, especially the hemostasis valve. In this article, we review some of the factors rendering older valves inadequate, and some things to consider when choosing a device development partner.



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Jeffersonville, IN
United States
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