Currently, more endovascular procedures are used to treat diseases of the neurovasculature, carotid arteries and the lower extremities. As a result, clinicians need sophisticated devices to navigate small, tortuous anatomy.

Examples of medical devices in which DSM biomaterials have been applied:​

  • Atherectomy devices​
  • Embolic protection devices​
  • Peripheral stents and their delivery systems​
  • PTA balloon catheters​
  • Stent grafts for abdominal aortic (AAA) and thoracic aortic (TAA) aneurysm repair

DSM technologies serving this market​

  • Coatings

    Hydrophilic coatings that provide industry-leading process control and process optimization.

  • Collagen

    Create versatile scaffold solutions for tissue repair, cell proliferation, hemostasis and carriers for your APIs.

  • Drug delivery

    Discover our implantable drug delivery systems made of bioresorbable polymers that release precise quantities of therapeutic agents gradually over time.

  • Polyethylenes

    Discover how the strongest medical grade fiber in the world can be used to enhance your product designs and create new innovative solutions.

  • Polymer processing

    Learn about the latest advancements in biocomposite polymers and how they can be manipulated to control handling characteristics, mechanical properties and absorption times.

  • Polyurethanes

    Explore our wide array of polyurethanes, how they can be adapted to your product designs and how we can create innovative solutions that add value to your portfolio.

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  • Our products

    DSM portfolio of innovative biomedical materials and process manufacturing technologies: Biomedical Polyethylenes, Biomedical polyurethanes, Collagen Technology, Device Development, and Extracellular Matrix (ECM) Technology. Learn more.

  • The markets we serve

    DSM Biomedical offers the broadest portfolio of biomedical materials and manufacturing across market applications, including orthopedics, ophthalmology, neurology, cardiology, diabetes, wound, and continence care.

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