This is a device for gradual occlusion of blood flow. There is an inner ring of casein, which swells as it absorbs tissue fluid, inside a ring of stainless steel.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does an ameroid constrictor blockade a blood vessel?The casein in the central core absorbs water from around, and expands.
Thereby, a central hole (lumen) becomes narrow gradually and blockades a blood vessel.
How many days it takes to occlude a lumen?The lumen will usually continue to occlude up to 10 - 14 days from start of test.