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A Revolution
in Heart Valve Replacement

 

Xeltis is a clinical-stage medical device company developing the first heart valves and blood vessels enabling cardiovascular restoration.

Xeltis breakthrough technology platform comprises bioabsorbable devices that, after implantation, enable Endogenous Tissue Restoration (ETR) of the heart valve or blood vessel they replace.

ETR

Endogenous Tissue Restoration

ETR

ETR

Endogenous Tissue Restoration (ETR) is a novel therapeutic approach, enabling the patient’s own tissue to restore complex cardiac parts within the body.

The porous structure of a Xeltis’ bioabsorbable device enables cardiovascular restoration once implanted, by harnessing the body’s natural healing process to pervade it with new healthy tissue and to take over functionality.

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Key Benefits

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Xeltis devices are designed to absorb over time, leaving patients with a new, healthy, functioning heart valve or blood vessel

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As Xeltis devices are designed to get bioabsorbed, complications caused by foreign material permanently remaining in the body may potentially be reduced

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Potential to overcome limitations of current replacement options:
• Reduce risk of complications
• Reduce risk of repeated surgeries
• Reduce risk of long-term medication

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Xeltis devices may therefore help reduce the disease burden for patients and the overall costs to the healthcare system

Clinical Milestones

Feasibility studies of bioabsorbable cardiovascular technology with pediatric patients completed two-years follow-up.

Xeltis pediatric pulmonary valve, its first commercial product, is in clinical trials.

Xeltis aortic valve is in pre-clinical trials stage.

Nobel Prize Awarded Science

Xeltis bioabsorbable cardiovascular technology is based on Nobel Prize awarded science of supramolecular chemistry by Jean-Marie Lehn – one of Xeltis’ Scientific Advisors.

The Future
of Heart Valve
Replacement

Co-Founder Martijn Cox takes
you into the lab for a closer
look at Xeltis. WATCH THE VIDEO