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Freezor modification

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

CryoCath's FreezorXtra, the larger version of the Freezor cryoablation catheter, is now available to a limited number of U.S. electrophysiologists after earning 510(k) clearance for epicardial ablation, the Montreal company announces May 8. Until the company's clinical advisory board completes a comprehensive dissemination plan later this year, the device will be targeted to operators familiar with the epicardial arrhythmia ablation technique pioneered by Eduardo Sosa, MD, University of Sao Paulo. On April 22, Freezor was approved for treating atrioventricular node re-entry tachycardia (1"The Gray Sheet" May 5, 2003, In Brief)...

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