Scaffold covering is a process used in the medical industry to enhance the functionality and safety of medical devices. The most common materials used for scaffold covering include ePTFE, fabric, thermoplastic urethane, and silicone. Covered scaffolds are used in various medical devices, including catheter tips and covered stents for vascular systems. The covering provides several benefits, including improved lubricity, reduced friction, and increased biocompatibility. Covered scaffolds can also reduce the risk of complications, such as restenosis and thrombosis. In addition, covered scaffolds can provide a smoother surface that reduces the risk of damage to surrounding tissues during insertion and use. The method and material used for scaffold covering depend on the specific application and requirements of the medical device.