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Medtronic Concludes Enrollment in Clinical Study of Complete SE Vascular Stent

August 6, 2010—Medtronic, Inc. (Minneapolis, MN) announced that it has completed enrollment in a clinical trial of the company’s Complete SE self-expanding vascular stent …

Perspectives on RESILIENT

July 2010—John R. Laird Jr, MD, and Barry T. Katzen, MD, the principal investigators of the recently published RESILIENT trial, discuss the current SFA study landscape and explain that although angioplasty alone may be sufficient for short lesions, these data show that there is a place for stenting in this challenging vessel.

CE Mark Approval Received for 25-cm Gore Viabahn to Treat SFA

July 1, 2010—W. L. Gore & Associates (Flagstaff, AZ) announced that it has received CE Mark approval for the 25-cm Gore Viabahn endoprosthesis with Propaten bioactive su…

Twelve-Month RESILIENT Results Published

June 25, 2010—John R. Laird Jr, MD, et al have published 12-month results from the RESILIENT trial in Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions (2010;3:267–276). RESILIENT…

Boston Scientific Adds Balloon Sizes for PolarCath System

June 21, 2010—Boston Scientific Corporation (Natick, MA) announced that 22 new balloon sizes have been added to the PolarCath peripheral dilatation system, including balloon…

Cook Files PMA for FDA Approval of Zilver PTX DES

June 11, 2010 -- Cook Medical (Bloomington, IN) announced that it has submitted its premarket approval (PMA) application to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the c…

NovoStent’s 6-Month Femoropopliteal Trial Results Presented for Samba Stent

May 25, 2010—NovoStent Corporation (Mountain View, CA) announced the 6-month results of a European clinical trial evaluating the use of its Samba stent and delivery system t…

Intraluminal Recanalization of SFA CTOs

Andrzej Boguszewski, MD; James Torey, PA-C; Ramamanohara Pai, MD; Desikan Kamalakannan, MD; Dane Jefic, MD; and Thomas Davis, MD

May 2010—IVUS validation of center lumen crossing using the Crosser CTO catheter in peripheral interventions.



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