First-in-man results of a novel vascular graft coated with resorbable polymer for aortic reconstructions—a multicenter, non-randomized safety study

@article{Halloul2014FirstinmanRO,
  title={First-in-man results of a novel vascular graft coated with resorbable polymer for aortic reconstructions—a multicenter, non-randomized safety study},
  author={Zuhir Halloul and Hartmut Dr. Rimpler and Matthias W Waliszewski and Norbert Beier and Frank P. Meyer and Anja Rappe and Angela Fuellert and Joerg Tautenhahn},
  journal={Langenbeck's Archives of Surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={399},
  pages={629-638}
}
The purpose of this “first-in-man” study was to investigate the safety of a novel vascular polyester prosthesis coated with a resorbable polymer and free of any animal-based coating agents such as gelatin or collagen. In a nonrandomized first-in-man multicenter safety study, the frequency of perigraft seroma (PGS) as the primary endpoint was studied in consecutive patients undergoing aortic reconstructions. The follow-up control to study the primary endpoint was intended at 3 months under… CONTINUE READING
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