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AMT Medical

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About AMT Medical

AMT Medical has developed a medical device for coronary bypass surgeries to reduce complications and enable physicians to perform bypass procedures faster, safer, easier, and less invasive for the patient. It is headquartered in Ede, Netherlands.

Headquarters Location

Zonneoordlaan 17

Ede, 6718 TK,

Netherlands

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AMT Medical Patents

AMT Medical has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Digestive system surgery
  • Surgery
  • Surgical removal procedures
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/6/2018

3/1/2022

Vascular surgery, Digestive system surgery, Surgery, Vascular diseases, Surgical removal procedures

Grant

Application Date

4/6/2018

Grant Date

3/1/2022

Title

Related Topics

Vascular surgery, Digestive system surgery, Surgery, Vascular diseases, Surgical removal procedures

Status

Grant

Latest AMT Medical News

11:41 EDT ELANA® Heart Bypass Solution shows promising preliminary results in first-in-human trials

Oct 8, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article Results now available for the first 10 patients being treated with the ELANA open heart bypass solution as part of a SAFE-CAB trial. ELANA Heart Bypass Solution shown to be safe and feasible in humans, with all candidates free of Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events (MACE) at post-operative day 30. This trial will now be expanded, with the ultimate goal of achieving European clearance for commercial use. MILAN , Oct. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The preliminary results of the first-in-human (FIH) trials for the innovative ELANA Heart Bypass Solution have been unveiled today and look promising. Patrick Klein, cardiothoracic surgeon the St. Antonius Hospital, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands, and Dr. Bart van Putte, principal investigator of the SAFE-CAB trial, announced that the 30-day post-operative outcomes of the open procedure showed 100% of patients to be free of Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events (MACE). In all cases there was no cardiac related mortality or myocard infarction, and no need to repeat the coronary revascularization. This news marks an important landmark for the ELANA (Excimer Laser Assisted Non-Occlusive Anastomosis) Heart Bypass Solution and its developer, AMT Medical. In future, this innovative medical device should help facilitate the broader use of minimally invasive bypass surgery techniques. This in turn provides an alternative to traditional, gold standard, sutured (hand-sewed) CABG (Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting) surgery. If needed, the ELANA Heart Bypass Solution can also be used for CABG procedures. The trial is now set to be expanded to include a further 65 patients by mid-2023. Said Drs. Klein: "Having operated together on the first 10 patients, Dr. van Putte and I concluded that the ELANA Heart Bypass Solution proved to be safe and feasible in human application. We are now ready to go to the second stage of the SAFE-CAB trial to confirm these results in a broader range of patients with a longer follow-up - including graft patency assessment by coronary angiography after one year. These results will be used to achieve a European registration for the commercial use of this solution." Coordinating investigator Prof. Dr. Stephan Jacobs from the German Heart Center Berlin, Germany, believes that this trial could change the game for minimally invasive heart CABG surgery - which has traditionally been technically demanding for the surgeon. "A sutureless coronary anastomosis device like the ELANA Heart Bypass Solution could effectively facilitate minimally invasive CABG," he said. "This technology already has proof of concept in brain surgery; now the objective is to gather even more clinical data from this SAFE-CAB study that demonstrate its safety and preliminary efficacy in heart surgery." According to Rutger Tulleken, CEO of AMT Medical, these trial results represent positive news for both surgeons - and their patients. "The ELANA Heart Bypass Solution uses a clip to connect the donor vessel behind the site of the blockage – which is then opened, allowing blood to flow through the newly made path. This clip has a major advantage over hand suturing because this connection is reproducible, and thus requires less time and skills from the surgeon," he said. Tulleken continued: "For patients, it will mean less chance of infections, internal bleeding and stroke; as well as a much shorter recovery time. Once the small incision is healed, the patient can return to living a normal life." He concluded: "Our goal is simple; to complete these first-in-human trials – and ultimately make this technology commercially available for minimal invasive CABG procedures within several years." About AMT Medical AMT Medical is a clinical stage medical device company based in the Netherlands. The ELANA solution is based on a proven similar solution for the brain. This ELANA brain solution was introduced to the market by ELANA B.V., a company earlier founded by the CEO and the team of AMT Medical. The St. Antonius Hospital in Nieuwegein, the Netherlands, and Charité / The German Heart Center in Berlin, Germany, are the first expert centers to bring the procedure into clinical practice. AMT Medical firmly believes "Together we are better", hence they work daily with clinical specialists, advisors, and our investors. The AMT Medical team is vital to reach our goals; a diverse team of junior and senior members, with an extensive track record in R&D innovations, quality, regulatory, and bringing clinical solutions to patients.

AMT Medical Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is AMT Medical's headquarters?

    AMT Medical's headquarters is located at Zonneoordlaan 17, Ede.

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