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Bally Ribbon Mills Highlights Biomedical Webbing

  • Wednesday, 24th July 2019
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Bally Ribbon Mills highlights its line of biomedical tapes and webbing, for use in cardiovascular, orthopedic, and dental prosthetic applications.

Tubular prosthesis of biomedical textile can become one with the repaired vessel over time, and can provide a less invasive option than operations like open heart surgery. BRM’s woven seamless tubular materials for stent and bifurcated graft designs offer solutions for aortic repair and endo-luminal devices. Other BRM cardiovascular textiles facilitate Trans Aortic Valve Replacement and Aseptal Defect repair.

BRM’s biomedical line includes woven tapes and webbing in flat fabrics, or straight or bifurcated tubular structures. Monofilament materials used in blood filtration, aspirating devices, and bone marrow transplants are also available. For materials used in the manufacture of prosthetic devices, BRM offers braided composite substrates.

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