The Cordis Biologics Delivery Systems Group is a leader in the emerging field of biologics delivery, developing breakthrough technology in targeted delivery across multiple disease states and clinical specialties. Biologics Delivery Systems Group delivery technology is advancing the standard of care by enabling physicians to identify and visualize optimal delivery sites, and to precisely target single and multiple treatment sites.
Biologics Delivery Systems works in partnership with a variety of other leading companies and organizations focused on coronary artery disease to conduct studies, clinical trials and other important initiatives to advance learning and continue driving development of complete solutions for better healthcare outcomes.
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Biosense Webster is recognized worldwide as a leader in the science behind the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. The first useful deflectable tip catheter was pioneered by Will Webster more than three decades ago. Ever since, Biosense Webster has defined the state of design and craftsmanship in diagnostic and therapeutic cardiac catheters. In fact, we offer more electrophysiology catheter designs than anyone else in the industry. But beyond numbers, our continuous pursuit of practical innovation has led to a steady flow of breakthrough designs.
At the same time, Biosense Webster has delivered mapping and navigation innovations that have advanced the science and practice of electrophysiology. Ongoing research and development at Biosense Webster has given EPs access to 3-D, real-time, color-coded views into the heart’s electrical activity, allowing diagnosis and treatment with increasing precision. And collaboration with leaders in related industries is pushing the clinical boundaries still further, thanks to such new technologies as remote magnetic navigation and intracardiac echocardiography (ICE).
Guided by the needs of electrophysiologists and cardiologists, Biosense Webster has pioneered innovative technological advancements for more than 30 years. Some might call this quite a heritage. At Biosense Webster, we say it’s just the beginning.
For more information about Biosense Webster and its products, please visit www.biosensewebster.com
Conor Medsystems, LLC, founded in 1999, is a developer of innovative controlled vascular drug delivery technology, called Reservoir (RES) Technology™. Conor has initially focused on the development of drug-eluting stents to treat coronary artery disease. Most drug-eluting stents currently available are multipurpose bare-metal stents that have been surface coated with polymer. Stents developed with RES Technology™ will not need to be surface coated. Rather each stent has hundreds of small holes – reservoirs – in the stent struts, loaded with a bioresorbable drug-polymer matrix. This matrix is designed to deliver drug in a variety of release kinetics. Over time, the drug-polymer matrix is resorbed with no polymer left behind. A variety of therapeutic goals could potentially be achieved through unique combinations of controlled drug release from these reservoirs.
Conor’s efforts are currently focused on the development of drug-eluting stents for the treatment of restenosis. Conor is also investigating the potential applicability of its stent technology for myocardial rescue in setting of acute MI, treatment of reperfusion injury, and treatment of diabetic restenosis. To learn more about RES Technology™ please visit www.res-technology.com
In 2007, Conor Medsystems LLC became a member of the Johnson and Johnson family of companies, the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of healthcare products. Conor Medsystems is an affiliate of Cordis Corporation. The Cordis franchise welcomes to its family of products the Reservoir (RES) Technology™ platform developed by Conor Medsystems.
Products using RES Technology™ are under development and are not approved or available for sale in any market.