A new generation medical device

The concept of the radially expanding cylindrical stent was developed in the 1980s of the 20th century to strengthen the vessels after an endoluminal angioplasty procedure. It was a technical solution to reshape atheroma plaques in a vessel with tubular geometry. Cylindrical stents are also used and adapted to the implantation of aortic valves in a tubular anatomical environment.

Atrio-ventricular valves (mitral and tricuspid) have a radically different location and anatomical structure than the aortic valve.

The very particular anatomical constraints of atrioventricular valves, both in terms of delivery and implantation, impose a specific design.

Open Stent Solution, based on patented technology, carries the development of a pioneering technology that has been specifically developed for transcatheter valve replacement of mitral and tricuspid valves With the concept of longitudinal expansion and the innovative design of its stent, Open Stent Solution wants to offer patients suffering from valve failure a minimally invasive treatment option tailored to their needs.

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