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CardioTech/Gish Introduces Downsized On-Pump Bypass System

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

CardioTech's Gish Biomedical subsidiary will launch its anticoagulant-coated, "on-pump" cardiac bypass system in July following 510(k) clearance of the system's six components, announced June 18

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