OSU Wexner tests minimally invasive procedure to repair aortic aneurysms

Erica Carbajal –
Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
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Ohio State University surgeons this month performed the very first minimally invasive surgery to fix a complicated aortic aneurysm using a gadget awaiting FDA approval.

The treatment involved an investigational endovascular gadget, the Gore Excluder Thoracoabdominal Branch Endoprosthesis, which was put into the clients aorta. The gadget works by maintaining and avoiding a rupture blood circulation to organs..

The patient got 3 small cuts and was hospitalized for six days. Both cut size and healthcare facility stay generally required after conventional open heart surgery were decreased..

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Medical trials are being carried out at OSU and other medical facilities in the area. Gore & & Associates, the gadget maker, is awaiting approval from the FDA for the gadget to become the very first one to be made commercially offered..