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8th June 2014, Perkasie

Combining biomaterial science with fabric engineering

Secant Medical is to demonstrate its observations of the ways biomaterial science combined with fabric engineering can benefit minimally invasive devices at the MD&M East Exhibition and Conference in Philadelphia from 18-20 June 2013.

“Medical device manufacturers face a variety of design challenges, from minimising the delivery profile of a vascular graft to maintaining consistent porosity of a neurovascular stent. We partner with our clients to overcome these challenges by providing high-quality biomaterial components with versatile performance characteristics,” said Amy Woltman, business manager at Secant Medical.

Secant Medical designs and manufactures biomedical textiles and other structures for medical devices. © Secant Medical

“MD&M East is the perfect opportunity to meet with our engineers and discuss the material and structural needs of your device design.”

Medical properties

Secant Medical engineers biomaterials to facilitate the repair, recovery and regeneration of the human body. Using advanced polymers, metals and resorbables, the company manufactures textile components for a variety of implantable medical devices.

MD&M East is a premier resource for the medical device industry, offering access to new technologies, world-class suppliers and expertise, updates on recent research and commercialisation, and services for every aspect of the medical product development process.

Secant Medical

Secant Medical designs and manufactures biomedical textiles and other structures for medical devices. Employing medical fabric engineering technologies, the company blends polymeric, metallic and resorbable biomaterials to create custom, high-performance structures that are used in the cardiovascular, general surgery, neurovascular, orthopedic and regenerative medicine fields.

With 70 years of experience, Secant Medical is focused on the future of biomaterials and their role in the healing process and are actively engaged in research partnerships to advance next-generation biomaterial development.

www.secantmedical.com

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