CeloNova BioScience’s first and second generation coronary stents with novel Polyzene-F nanocoating have been studied in numerous peer reviewed journals. Learn more in the publications below:
Translational Research and Early Favorable Clinical Results of a Novel Polyphosphazene (Polyzene-F) Nanocoating. Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine. March 14, 2019.
A new category stent with novel polyphosphazene surface modification. Future Cardiology (Epub ahead of print). Published Online: 27 Mar 2018 https://doi.org/10.2217/fca-2017-0103
A case report of the new Polyzene™-F COBRA PzF™ Nanocoated Coronary Stent System (NCS): Addressing an unmet clinical need. Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine. 2016 April-May;17(3):209-211.
9-Month Clinical and Angiographic Outcomes of the COBRA Polyzene-F NanoCoated Coronary Stent System. JACC Cardiovascular Interventions. 2017 Jan 23;10(2):160-167.
First-in-man 1-year clinical outcomes of the CATANIA Coronary Stent System with Nanothin Polyzene-F in De Novo Native Coronary Artery Lesions: The ATLANTA (Assessment of The Latest Non-Thrombogenic Angioplasty stent) Trial. JACC Cardiovascular Interventions. 2009; 2:197-204.
Safety and effectiveness of the Catania Polyzene-F coated stent in real world clinical practice: 12-month results from the ATLANTA 2 registry. EuroIntervention. 2012; 7:1062-1068.
Optical Coherence Tomographic Results at Six-Month Follow-Up Evaluation of the CATANIA Coronary Stent System with NanoThin Polyzene-F Surface Modification (from the Assessment of the Latest Non-Thrombogenic Angioplasty Stent [ATLANTA] Trial). American Journal of Cardiology. 2009; 103:1551-1555.
The Rapid Evaluation of Vessel Healing after Angioplasty (REVEAL) trial. Interventional Cardiology. 2011; 3:451-460.
Improved arterial healing in response to a novel polyphosphazene surface-modified stent in swine. EuroIntervention. May 22, 2013.
Biocompatibility of Eight Poly(Organophosphazenes). US Army Medical Bioengineering Research & Development Laboratory and Army Material and Mechanics Research Center.
A New Polymer Concept for Coating of Vascular Stents Using PTFEP (poly(bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene) to Reduce Thrombogenicity and Late In-Stent Stenosis. Investigative Radiology. 2005; 40:210-8.
The Efficacy of Nanoscale Poly[bis(triflouroethoxy)phosphazene] (PTFEP) Coatings in Reducing Thrombogenicity and Late In-Stent Stenosis in a Porcine Coronary Artery Model. Investigative Radiology. 2007; 42:303-11.
Restenosis of the CYPHER-Select, TAXUS-Express, and Polyzene-F Nanocoated Cobalt-Chromium Stents in the Minipig Coronary Artery Model. CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology. 2008; 31:971-80.
Reduction of Late In-Stent Stenosis in a Porcine Coronary Artery Model by Cobalt Chromium Stents with a Nanocoat of Polyphosphazene (Polyzene-F ). CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology. 2008; August 15.
Efficacy of a Plyphosphazene Nanocoat in reducing Thrombogenicity, In-Stent Stenosis, and Inflammatory Response in Porcine Renal and Iliac Artery Stents. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 2008;19:427-37.
Plasma Protein Adsorption and Platelet Adhesion on Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene] and reference material surfaces. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 1998; 197:263-274.
Polyphosphazenes: Effect of molecular motions on thrombogenesis. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. 1982; 16:301-312.
Long-term biocompatibility evaluation of a novel polymer-coated stent in a porcine coronary stent model. Coronary Artery Disease. 2003; 14:401-408.
Blood Compatibility of Poly[bis(trifluoroethoxy)phosphazene]. Journal of Applied Medical Polymers. 2000; 4:6-10.
Haemocompatibility of polymer-coated stainless steel stents as compared to uncoated stents. Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation. 2005; 32(2):89-103.
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