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ANCHORING SCREW DEVICE

[Category : - HEALTH- Life-saving; Fire-fighting]
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The present invention, the ASD, is a mechanical device for anchoring hollow tube-like structures in the human body, such as blood vessels and ureters. It facilates positioning needles or catheters in blood vessels and it prevents those from dropping out of the vessel or from "wandering off" in the vessel. The ASD can be used in every interventional medical situation for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. The ASD is very easy to fix onto the vessel wall. Screwing is a fast technique saving operating time and requiring only basic microsurgical skills. The manufacturing is easy. It should be understood that the foregoing is illustrative and nor limiting, and that modifications may be made by those skilled in the art, without departing from the scope of the invention.


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I want to present you my cutting edge technique and device for vascular anastomosis.
This Suturless device( SD and ASD) are applicable in all domains of vascular surgery, cardiac, thoracic, reconstructive-plastic and neurosurgery. Minimal invasive, also in microsurgery, perfect suitable in robot surgery can be combined with endovascular techniques and in hybrid procedures.

Patents were granted to me as the sole inventor of this technique in the USA, Europe, Japan, China, Russia, India, Australia and Canada.    

Erwin De Winter
neurosurgeon

interested contact my patent lawyer Steven SARLET,
GEVERS patents
Phone: +32 2 715 37 11
Fax: +32 2 535 99 00
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