1.6M Bypass Surgeries are performed each year in the US to treat inadequate blood flow, in dialysis access, vascular trauma and organ transplantations. Vascular anastomosis is a weak link in any bypass surgery. The success of the procedure hinges on how well the connection was made and how well the connection holds up.
The gold standard in all vascular anastamoses to this day remains hand suturing.
Hand suturing makes fashioning an anastomosis a complex and time-consuming step, completely dependent on the surgeon’s dexterity. Current techniques present critical surgical risks such as blockage, leakage or infections, and require long “bloodless time” (stopping blood flow while the procedure is performed).
QVCONN™ VASCULAR CONNECTING DEVICE, ENABLES A CONSISTENT, FAST AND EFFICACIOUS ANASTOMOSIS WITHOUT THE USE OF SUTURES, CLIPS OR STAPLERS
HOW IT WORKS
KEEP IT SIMPLE. SUTURELESS.
Reduce risk of occlusion
Prevent anastomosis leakage
Reduce risk of infection
Decrease OR time
Reduces risk of vessel spasm
Enable consistent anastomoses
Reduce risk of post op blood clots
Easily adopted to current techniques
Zvi Nitzan | CEO
Mr. Nitzan is an electronic engineer with 30 years experience in research and developement of electronic systems and medical devices. During his career, he has invented an registered over 25 patents in the US.
Shay Kahana | VP R&D
Enterpreneur and medical device development engineer of 20 years.
Dr. Offer Galili | Medical Director
Surgeon, vascular surgery specialist and Director of the Vascular Surgery Unit at Hillel Yaffe Medical Center, Hadera
Mediconntech – M.C.T. Ltd. | Caesarea, ISRAEL
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