SMT (Sahajanand Medical Technologies) has announced that it has received CE* mark for its next-generation Supraflex stent system, called Supraflex Cruz.Supraflex Cruz is a Sirolimus-eluting stent built on a Cobalt Chromium Platform having been implanted in more than 2,50,000 patients in India and in selected international markets over the last three years. The stent design provides physicians access to the most difficult and tortuous lesions with ease. The stent retains all the benefits of the Supraflex stent, viz, Ultrathin strut thickness (60 microns for all diameters and lengths), blend of proprietary biodegradable polymers to release the drug, very thin layer of polymers, high radial strength, and low crossing profile.Cruz promises superior deliverability with an innovative design of dual Z link connecting valley to valley and better side-branch access. With the help of Cruz, complex cases can be concluded faster and harmful exposure of radiation to the physician will be reduced. Also, the trackability will void the need for additional hardware.Clinical studies Supraflex Cruz has undergone multiple clinical studies including the most advanced OCT studies (Sibi and Taxco OCT study) showing healing pattern post deployment of the stent. Faster endothelisation represents better healing pattern.Sibi OCT study demonstrated that Supraflex Cruz had close to 91 per cent endothelialisation in 35 days. In the Taxco study, Supraflex Cruz was compared with market leading Everolimus-eluting stent in a head-to-head comparison at six months. The study showed both the stents had more than 97 per cent endothelialisation at six months.Further clinical studies on Cruz are planned across Europe, India, Latin America and the rest of the world in the coming two years. These clinical trials will test Supraflex Cruz in a challenging patient population in randomised clinical trials including multivessel, diabetics, ACS, high bleeding risk patients and fragile patients (aged over 75 years).Making the latest announcement, Ganesh Sabat, CEO, SMT said, “We look forward to working with physicians across Europe to offer this highly deliverable drug-eluting stent to the thousands of patients who would have been unable to undergo PCI due to complex anatomy.”The company recently completed Talent trial in Europe involving 23 centres in seven countries on 1,435 patients which was published in ‘The Lancet’. In this trial, SMT’s Supraflex came out with flying colours against the market leader stent, showcasing best-in-class safety and efficacy in global patients’ population. Also, this trial was presented at a US cardiology conference TCT MD in the late-breaking session.Supraflex Cruz will help the patient and the doctors by decreasing the procedure time for physicians thereby reducing the intake of harmful radiation and ensuring lesser complications during the complex procedure due to better deliverability of the stent. Also, physicians will be able to treat a more challenging patient population which were left untreated or referred to bypass surgery. Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Related Posts CE* markGanesh SabatSahajanand Medical TechnologiesSMTstentSupraflex Cruz Healthcare IT News Comments (0) Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals By EH News Bureau on July 12, 2019 Read Article Share Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha SMT announces CE* mark for Supraflex Cruz Being one of the most trackable stents globally, more than 2,50,000 people with coronary artery diseases have been treated with Supraflex Cruz Add Comment MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre”
The Department of African American Studies (AASD) in the Collegeof Behavioral and Social Sciences at the University ofMaryland, College Park is seeking to fill the position ofLecturer. This person will also serve as Director ofUndergraduate Studies (DUGS). This is a full-time, 9- month,non-tenured position, with promotion opportunities. Initialappointment will be for one academic year with renewal subject toreview of candidate’s performance. The Department of African American Studies is aninterdisciplinary social science department engaged in thestudy of African American life and is committed to translatingscholarship into practice and policy. The department preferscandidates who have prior experience in academic advising andcurriculum development; evidence of innovation in teaching anddeveloping interdisciplinary collaborations; knowledge ofstudent learning outcomes assessments; and an understanding ofthe diverse needs of undergraduates. This position requiresexcellent interpersonal, writing, and communication skills.Interest and experience in race, social justice, and publicpolicy are required. Duties include: Teaching – Ensure the quantity and quality of undergraduatecourses; lead efforts to enhance and innovate undergraduateteaching, and work with faculty to shape the undergraduatecurriculum in preparation for future growth opportunities. Developand support efforts by faculty to use technology and othermethods to innovate and make teaching more effective. The teachingload is negotiable with the Department Chair. Administration – Administer the undergraduate office andmaintain a productive relationship with the Office of the AssociateDean for Undergraduate Education and other relevant BSOS and campusentities. Service – Promote African American Studies at the University ofMaryland and beyond. Advise students and support and superviseundergraduate advising staff. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in African AmericanStudies or a related discipline, a minimum of two years ofexperience teaching at the college level, and previousadministrative experience. Review of applications will begin on May 18, 2021, and continueuntil the position is filled. For best consideration, pleasesubmit your application no later than May 17, 2021. Applicationsmust include: 1. Cover letter; 2. Curriculum vitae; 3. List ofthree references (names, titles, contact information); and 4.Teaching statement including list of courses taught. The committeewill contact applicants before soliciting letters ofrecommendation. All materials must be uploaded as separate PDFdocuments to (https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/81748).No additional materials should be submitted.AASD centers on the Black experience through research,scholarship, and teaching. Understanding and addressingstructural racism, inequity, and racial injustice are central tothe mission and vision of the department. AASD faculty are engagedin intersectional interdisciplinary research in anthropology,sociology, criminology, public health, medicine, artificialintelligence, history, labor, Black women’s studies, and thedigital humanities. The department offers minors in Black Women’sStudies and African Studies, and a certificate in AfricanAmerican Studies. The Judge Alexander Williams, Jr. Center forEducation, Justice and Ethics, a policy and research center,is also situated in the department. The University of Maryland is located in Prince George’s County,a predominately Black county, with a range of socioeconomic class,social and health indicators. Prince George’s County and theBaltimore-Washington DC metropolitan region serves as one of thenation’s epicenters for centering the Black experience. The University of Maryland, College Park, an equalopportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with allapplicable federal and state laws and regulations regardingnondiscrimination and affirmative action; all qualified applicantswill receive consideration for employment. The University iscommitted to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and doesnot discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteranstatus, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation,creed, marital status, political affiliation, personalappearance, or on the basis of rights secured by the FirstAmendment, in all aspects of employment, educational programs andactivities, and admissions.
A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit from a group of New York landlords that sought to challenge pandemic protections for tenants. (iStock)A group of New York landlords are considering an appeal after a federal judge rejected their bid to challenge tenant protections put in place by the City Council.The landlords argued that the measures, passed by the Council in May as part of a Covid-relief effort, violated their constitutional rights, according to Crain’s.Read moreRealtor groups sue to block federal eviction banNew measure protects restaurants, retailers who violate leasesFrom LA to NYC, landlords are suing to resume evictions But Judge Ronnie Abrams said they hadn’t made their case.“Plaintiffs have expressed some legitimate concerns, and the court recognizes the toll the pandemic has taken on them, in addition to their tenants, all New Yorkers and millions more around the world,” the judge wrote. However, “the court cannot conclude that these three challenged laws violate any of plaintiffs’ constitutional rights.”Stephen Younger, the lawyer representing the landlords, said his clients were weighing an appeal.“The decision upholding these laws will only inflict more pain on property owners,” he said, “because they shift rent losses onto their backs at a time when they’re unable to afford these sorts of losses.”The three laws the landlords took issue with are known as the residential harassment law, the commercial harassment law and the guaranty law, which respectively block landlords from threatening tenants who are affected by the pandemic, and relieves personal guarantors in certain leases from enforcement of those guarantees.“This is a major victory for small-business owners who need protection from landlords during this unprecedented time,” Council Speaker Corey Johnson said in a statement. [Crain’s] — Sylvia Varnham O’Regan This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Now
The jackpot prize, which stood at £4,300 when Mr Hill’s lucky numbers were drawn, is just one of seven cash prizes on offer in the weekly prize draw which all Robins Lotto members are automatically entered into.Mr Hill, told the Foundation, “I’m so shocked, I was really not expecting a phone call to tell me I’ve won such a significant amount of money. I’m speechless really.”Take a chance, make a change.Over the course of the season, Robins Lotto members are in with the chance of winning a share of £45,000 as well as a range of other unique Bristol City memorabilia and a host of other perks.All proceeds of the Robins Lotto go directly to the club’s official charity – Bristol City Robins Foundation – helping to support the organisation’s award-winning work carried out in the local community.To enquire about becoming a Robins Lotto member please click here, or phone 0117 963 0636.Become a member now
A year ago Yerry Mina was still a Palmeiras player, about to go through a remarkable twelve months with ups and downs. In the January transfer window, the then 23 year old moved to Barcelona and quickly the Catalan media were on his back. There were tales from training of people being surprised at Mina’s level… it was thought he was nowhere near ready to play for the Spanish club, and there were doubts if he ever would be.Mina had cost Barcelona just under €12m and there was a worry whether they’d be able to get the money back. A loan elsewhere in La Liga was thought to be the best option.Then the World Cup happened, and the defender was one of the stars of the show.After countless transfer rumours he eventually joined Everton for around €30m, and is still trying to find his feet in the Premier League.Barcelona have been looking to add numbers in central defence since and after Mina was their first Colombian, they’ve signed another in Jeison Murillo from Valencia.The pair are friends, and showing there’s no hard feelings, Mina has spoken to Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo to give his own backing to the transfer, and a scouting report: “He is a very technical player, he likes to go out with the ball, he is very clear and he delivers the ball very well. He is quick, he goes well to the tackle and is good with his head.”Murillo will hope he’s not as easily cast aside as his friend. If he is, maybe Barca can look towards Everton again.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must Have.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoCNBC InternationalHere’s How Big Businesses in Singapore Are Managing the Impact of COVID-19.CNBC InternationalUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndoDating.comFind out where single guys are hanging out in Tung ChungDating.comUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題Undo
Sport EN The reports suggest Madrid will pay 6.5 million for the Espanyol keeper, while also sending Spain U19 international Marco Asensio on loan to Cornella for the season. He worked with his colleagues on Friday as reports grew about a potential move to Real Madrid to replace Iker Casillas, who is set to leave Los Blancos for Portuguese side Porto. For now, though, the only reality is that Casilla is still training under the orders of Sergio Gonzalez. 10/07/2015 Upd. at 19:34 CEST Kiko Casilla remains with the rest of Sergio Gonzalez’s Espanyol squad, training as normal, despite the speculation about the goalkeeper’s future.
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