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Kensey Nash Looking At Smaller Angio-Seal To Boost Market Share

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Kensey Nash is predicting that the U.S. launch in January of a 6 Fr version of its Angio-Seal hemostatic puncture closure device will give the company a leg up on competitors Datascope (VasoSeal) and Perclose (ProStar and TechStar).

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