Embolization is a procedure in which emboli are introduced into the body to selectively occlude (i.e. deliberately block) a blood vessel. This is done to prevent blood flow to an area of the body for the purpose of shrinking a tumor or blocking an aneurysm. Procedural embolics include:
Other Blockage Devices
Embolization is commonly used in the following healthcare fields:
At Biomerics and Biomerics Advanced Catheter, we specialize in the design, development, and production of catheters for in-procedure embolization use. Our vertically integrated structure and engineering expertise allow us to partner with customers throughout every stage of the embolization catheter product lifecycle.
Embolization is used to occlude or block blood flow to an area of the body.
Embolization is commonly used in the oncology, pulmonalogy, peripheral vascular, and neurovascular fields.
We partner with customers to design, devlop, optimize, and produce embolization catheters.