FDA okays Boston Scientific vessel devices
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Firm announces the launch of its Super Sheath introducer sheath for inserting interventional and diagnostic devices into the human vasculature on April 3. Among several enhancements, the sheath's smooth inner and outer surfaces facilitate catheter placement and reduce vessel trauma, the firm says. The Super Sheath compliments the March 30 launch of Boston Scientific's ZIPwire hydrophilic guidewire. The guidewire is available in stiff and standard versions and in various lengths, diameters and tip shapes to increase maneuverability in blood vessels...
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