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The rollout of the much anticipated Target Tenzing family of rapid detachment embolic coils from Stryker, coupled with stellar performance from both the flow diverter and neurovascular thrombectomy devices segments contributed to overall growth.
The diverters are CE Marked, and are undergoing a limited launch outside the United States.
Preclinical data indicates that NSV's TFN-based flow diverter promotes faster occlusion and resorption of the aneurysm, thus lowering the chance of recurrence.
The diverter deflects polymer away from the opening or else it will quickly become filled with melt.
17) While the DEP can limit negative impacts of permitted diversions, the report stated that the DEP does not have "the authority to prevent or stop a registered diverter from impacting or completely drying up a river, nor require registered diverters to avoid wasting water by metering, leak protection and repair, or other basic conservation measures.
Step One Buy yourself a water butt and a rain diverter kit, you'll also need a tape measure, spirit level, power drill, hole saw bit, a screwdriver and a hack saw.
Company's Quantum Series 3-Way Wye Line Diverter is specifically engineered to handle dry bulk solids in pneumatic conveying systems with vacuum or positive pressures up to 15 PSIG.
Unlike check valve metering systems, which are sensitive to input pressure fluctuations and sticking, Exact utilizes Linked Diverter Valves to direct material into and out of the metering cylinders.