Once an aneurysm has been identified and accessed, the process of coiling begins. In neurovascular applications, coiling is inserted into the aneurysm to clot it. The aneurysm is coiled in an attempt to prevent it from rupturing or bleeding out. This procedure is performed via minimally invasive surgery and it involves a series of catheters and guidewires that are inserted peripherally into a main artery (e.g. at the leg or groin).
At Biomerics and Biomerics Advanced Catheter, we specialize in the design, development, and production of minimally invasive coil delivery systems and catheters. Through our extrusion, engineering, and materials science expertise, we can partner with customers to develop and manufacture neurovascular coil delivery systems capable of handling the most demanding coil transmission requirements.