Through its licensing partner, AngioDynamics, IBI has just cleared a major regulatory hurdle that will allow a medical device which consists of polymer-based additives to be utilized in America. Thomas Reeves, president and CEO of IBI. IBI’s additives are used to improve devices such as ports or catheters that are implanted in the torso.
These additives, marketed under the name Endexo, have now been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in AngioDynamics’ BioFlo PICC – a peripherally placed central catheter – in America. The body’s own defense systems are primed to attack anything foreign – including devices that could help save a patient’s life.
The result: blood and tissue build up in or about these devices, clogging blood vessels and causing worsening side results or symptoms for patients and even requiring doctors to eliminate or replace the devices. Index aspires to improve that. Put into the device through the manufacturing process, Endexo alters the surface of the device, rendering it harder for tissue or bloodstream to develop and clog the device. And, unlike coatings that are sometimes put on medical devices to lessen blockages, Endexo does not break down or modify the physical properties of the device quickly. AngioDynamics had already received regulatory clearance to market its BioFlo PICC with the Endexo technology in Canada. Both clinical sales and results have been impressive, said Reeves. Recent research at a Vancouver hospital reported dramatic clinical differences between your company’s PICCs and those of a rival.
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It is a lifeless end street trying to improve someone like this. I appreciate your comment and do wish you will see a way ahead. Your new self awareness should help with this. You can fall prey to the which I have until I read this short article. I have already been a victim of this for so long and I shared with a pal and she forwarded this short article if you ask me.
This article opened my eyes. I was always requesting forgiveness and wanting to buy what to relax the waters and the greater I did it and beg and pleaded it got worse. I felt very down emotionally because of my love on her behalf. Many thanks so quite definitely for having this post. Thank you for your comment. The point you raise relates to the prior comment from BlueMoon and my response somewhat. I believe, “Tit for tat” (for want of an alternative description) silent treatment, as opposed to a right time-limited cooling off period, will not help a relationship in the years ahead.
As outlined in some of my articles in this silent treatment series, two wrongs do not make a right. To my knowledge of the scenario you mention, I’d say that the original “wrong” needs to be addressed straight and resolved rather than resorting to silence, although this is not easy to do depending on all the circumstances always. Think about acknowledging the individual on the end of the silent treatment might be the real abuser and the person who has withdrawn is the abused party who merely wish to preserve themselves and their sanity off their abuser?
I would need to say yes it is the silent treatment. I hear that you are feeling you have good reason to be upset. However, you have to ask yourself if giving the silent treatment will help you overcome the difficulty you are facing in the marriage. Whilst you may be protecting him from your hostile feelings, you might well be causing emotions in him that are just as harmful as your hostility.
I hope you’ll be able to select when you will start communicating again (eventually) and let him know asap. It’s never an easy when you feel you cannot speak to or even look at your spouse, but very long periods of silent treatment shall only make things worse over time. Thank you for sharing.
I am sort of controlling, and do get upset easily, but I never thought of myself as a psychological abuser. We have been married for over a decade and have two really well-adjusted, bright children extremely. Half a year ago I then found out he was hiding something BIG from me for a long time.