- v. present participle of elute.
“Many stents used today are drug-eluting, meaning they slowly release drugs that block clots from forming.”
“Maybe the founders did not anticipate drug-eluting coronary stents, chronic ambulatory peritoneal dialysis, or the costs, co-pays, and deductibles that come along with them.”
“Whether selling Band-Aids or drug-eluting stents, J”
“He believes the large-capitalization players in the industry (the acquirers) need to acquire growth, given the majority of their revenue and earnings rely on large markets such as ICDs, pacemakers and drug-eluting stents, none of which we believe have good prospects for accelerating/robust growth over the next three to five years.”
“Before making the purchases, Mr. Hedges said he had attended a dinner with several cardiologists when one asked about Medtronic ' s drug-eluting stent.”
“In the 2000s, better tests became available to diagnose heart attack, drug-eluting stents were used, and new drug strategies were developed (aspirin, ACE inhibitors, beta-blockers, statins) for long-term management of heart attack and potential heart attack patients.”
“For all post-PCI patients receiving a drug-eluting stent DES, clopidogrel 75 mg daily should be given for at least 12 months if patients are not at high risk of bleeding.”
“Those with a drug-coated layer, known as drug-eluting stents, release medicine for about six months to help slow tissue regrowth around the device.”
“Mr. McCormack said he also likes Boston Scientific Corp., whose market share seems to be stabilizing after declines in the drug-eluting-stent and cardiac-rhythm-management sectors.”
“Medtronic said it has now resolved or settled substantially all intellectual property litigation affecting the design and delivery systems for its bare metal and drug-eluting stent franchise.”
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