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medical illustration of This illustration received the RX Club Award of Excellence. It depicts the Nevo Sirolimus-eluting coronary stent. The image was designed to show the unique cobalt chromium structure and design of the stent, as well as the exceptional flexibilty and conformity of the stent architecture. The drug, Sirolimus, is released from dozens of fully biodegradable polymer wells which dissolve to leave behind a strictly bare metal stent with thin flexible struts.
Next medical illustration of This 3D illustration shows the early stages in the formation of a plaque-induced blood clot or thrombus. Damage to the endothelial cells lining the blood vessel lumen exposes a variety of platelet-activating factors, including collagen fibres, to the circulating blood. Platelets coming into contact with these factors adhere to the plaque surface and undergo dramatic morphologic changes. This is the first step in the initiation of a complex coagulation cascade leading to thrombus formation.

Thrombus Formation

This illustration received the RX Club Award of Excellence. It depicts the Nevo Sirolimus-eluting coronary stent. The image was designed to show the unique cobalt chromium structure and design of the stent, as well as the exceptional flexibilty and conformity of the stent architecture. The drug, Sirolimus, is released from dozens of fully biodegradable polymer wells which dissolve to leave behind a strictly bare metal stent with thin flexible struts.

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