Embosphere Delivery System

Targeted Delivery

Effective embolisation is predicated on the targeted delivery of microspheres to the anatomical target. As resorbable embolisation opens up new therapeutic targets, so too it creates new microsphere delivery challenges.

embosphere delivery system
Embosphere Delivery System

Eliminate Non-Target Embolisation

In vascular-rich targets the presence of collateral flow leaking microspheres to non-target anatomy can occur in as many as 40% of cases.

Where the embolization is close to critical anatomy, non-target embolisation from collateral vessels can easily have life-altering consequences.

CrannMed are developing a flow directed delivery system to protect these collateral vessels and eliminate non-target embolisation.

Developing Next Generation Delivery Devices

In musculoskeletal targets, such as the genicular vessels of the knee or the tortuous vessels of the shoulder, the arteries to be embolised are particularly small. They are also difficult to access, with abrupt and acute take-off angles from the SFA and the brachial or circumflex arteries. CrannMed are developing a next generation microcatheter to help improve access to these vessels.

It is our expectation that improved delivery systems will help to drive the continued acceleration of embolisation as a therapeutic tool.