The medical textile market is rapidly growing, as medical-grade textiles have proven to provide the versatility and performance that OEMs need to create implantable devices meeting the needs of today’s applications.
BD Peripheral Intervention OEM provides PTFE and Polyester surgical felts used most commonly as a patch, a buttress for sutures to support friable tissue, or as a material in procedures that reinforce large segments of the left ventricle myocardium. Our surgical felts are frequently incorporated in pledgets, catheter cuffs, and as a heart valve component such as heart valve sew ring filler.
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Our tubular fabrics are designed for medical device applications that require quality tubular construction (such as heart valve components), offering a variety of characteristics to fit the needs of your medical device.
Tubular fabrics are available in several formats, including:
- Polyester Tubular Knit – Designed for medical device applications that require a very thin tubular construction
- PTFE Tubular Knits – Tubular PTFE construction with minimal seam to prevent disruption of flow characteristics
- Polyester Tubular Woven – Designed for medical device applications that require a strong thin tubular construction with minimal stretch and low porosity
BD Peripheral Intervention OEM provides cardiovascular implantable fabrics designed for medical device applications that require a medium for tissue ingrowth, such as heart valve and cardiovascular implant components.
Cardiovascular fabrics are available in several formats, including:
Polyester and PTFE Knit – Designed for medical device applications that require a medium for tissue ingrowth and the ability to stretch and conform to a curved surface such as a heart valve stent.
Polyester Velour Fabric – Designed for medical device applications that require a medium for tissue ingrowth on one side and a smooth surface on the other side.