Robot-Assisted PCI: Corindus Plans Gradual Launch For Newly Cleared System
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The company announced 510(k) clearance of its CorPath 200 System July 25, calling it the “first and only” robot-assisted tool that allows percutaneous coronary interventions to be performed from an interventional cockpit.
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