This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
First non-magnetic, MRI-safe infusion pump granted 510(k) clearance, allowing device to be marketed for patients on continuous infusion therapy whose treatment requires MR scans, Winter Park, Fla.-based Iradimed notes April 19. The pump features a 12-hour battery life and can quickly replace a standard hospital infusion pump, according to the firm, which claims hospital time/cost savings, greater patient safety and better MR imaging as other advantages...
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