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A Convergence Problem: Getting the Drug on the Device

Executive Summary

Drug-eluting stents are highly successful medical devices but even their manufacturers don't have adequate solutions for a hidden problem in drug-device combinations; the best way to get the drug on the device. Sarnoff Corp.has a new technology for addressing this complex process. Called electro-static deposition, it brings increased flexibility, reproducibility, accuracy, and uniformity to a manufacturing process which using current methods is costly and inefficient,

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