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Boston Sci Links With Guidewire Specialist In Pursuit Of 2015 FFR Launch

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Boston Scientific signed an agreement with the Japanese guidewire-maker Asahi Intecc to develop a fractional flow reserve wire that Boston seeks to launch as part of its first FFR system next year. Asahi will also provide components to upgrade Boston’s RotaWire atherectomy guidewire.

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