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Multi-filament valve stent for a cardisc valvular prosthesis

Multi-filament valve stent for a cardisc valvular prosthesis

Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1255(3), Feb 19

A prosthetic cardiac valvular member of flexible material includes a flexible stent member which may be either attached to the cardiac valvular member or molded therein. The stent member is formed by a plurality of adjacent filaments which are bound together by suturing, braiding, jacketing or encapsulating. The prosthetic cardiac valvular member may be either a flexible heart valve or an annuloplasty ring. Post members are formed into the stent member when the stent member is used in the flexible heart valve.

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