Drug Delivery Flow Elements
Pharmaceutical or medical device companies seek new ways to deliver their drug molecules to patients. For drugs that require frequent injection or dosage, may cause elevated plasma toxicity levels, or are looking for a competitive advantage in the marketplace with a new delivery mode – our technology can help. Through passive diffusion, we can control drug flow rates to achieve a therapeutic dosing window for 6 months or more at a time in an implantable package.
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- Low Flow Drug Delivery
- Implantable Sustained Release
- Catheter-based release
- Overdose protection
Managing extremely low flows for the release of therapeutic agents to optimize patient outcomes, Mott can customize delivery devices to meet specific requirements.
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Our passive diffusion membranes can be customized to a range of porosity and dimensions to meet drug delivery flow rate requirements and concentration over time. Therapeutic window can be maintained consistently for extended periods.
Achieve consistent zero-order drug flow for extended periods at tight dose standard deviation
Assemble your flow element into an array of hardware options
Biocompatible Titanium and 316L Stainless Steel proven for implantation
Custom alloys and materials available upon request, consult engineering
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Our Design Capabilities
- Customizable, ultra-small dimensions for implantable requirements
- Integrated device concept manufacturing for proof of concept trials or transition to production
- Extensive partner network for new materials
Drug Diffusion Testing – If you need data packages or flow feasibility testing for your molecule or device concept, we’re happy to work with you.
Computational Fluid Dynamics – If you would like to model your process fluids interaction with your Mott requested part, ask your Mott representative how we can model it using CFD software.
Additive Manufacturing – Controlled Porosity 3D printing can integrated hardware and drug flow elements in a single print.
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