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Zeus has published these technical articles:

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Until recently, catheter liners requiring wall thicknesses < 0.001? (0.025 mm) have been limited to two production methods: film cast and free extrusion. Each of these processes results in PTFE...
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Thanks to advances in minimally invasive catheter-based procedures, structural heart diseases are now often treated through endovascular therapy. However manufacturing structural heart catheters is...
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Until recently, embedding a fiber optic sensor within an aircraft part without compromising the optical fibers or threatening the part's structural integrity was considered impossible in the aerospace...
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Innovative microcatheter technology and production techniques have enabled sophisticated treatments for patients with neurovascular conditions such as ischemic stroke and cerebral aneurysms. However,...
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From their first discovery in the laboratory to the realization that liquid crystals also exist in biology, these unique molecules are now omnipresent in a broad spectrum of modern-day applications....
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The mainstay of endovascular treatment below-the-knee is typically balloon angioplasty, atherectomy, and thrombectomy, followed by stenting in more serious cases. However, despite advances, routine...
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To evaluate the utility and performance of PEEK coated optical fibers and Zeus' coating process, Zeus, in conjunction with Luna Innovations Incorporated, carried out testing of PEEK coated and...
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Thanks to advances in minimally invasive catheter-based procedures, endovascular therapy has become a mainstay in the treatment of many neurovascular disorders. Microcatheter technology and production...
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Possessing a practical knowledge and understanding on material, properties, and environment will help you choose a drawn fiber that is best fit for your needs. This technical paper explores many...
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Advances in minimally invasive catheter-based procedures have transformed the management of many peripheral conditions. Catheter technology and production techniques are developing rapidly. However,...
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Successful induction welding of thermoplastic composites relies on assuring temperature and applied pressure to be in a certain window for a specific time period. In this technical paper, you will...
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Globally, strokes remain the second leading cause of death and the third leading cause of disability.* Endovascular treatment has been proven to significantly improve outcomes and reduce both...
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First conceived in the early 1990s, bioresorbable vascular scaffolds (BRS) were developed to provide temporary arterial mechanical support and anti-proliferative effects similar to permanent metallic...
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As the world continues to move towards electrification to support sustainable and green energy efforts, the performance requirements placed upon the electrical machines powering this revolution are...
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Typically, when thinking of insulated wire, the thought that comes to mind for many engineers will be a simple round conductor with a concentric round insulating layer. Perhaps more specifically, one...
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For catheter designers today, creating effective and minimally invasive medical devices is imperative. Whether for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes, engineers are looking to design catheters that...