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HeartFlow Expects FDA Go-Ahead For Imaging-Based FFR Software Any Day Now

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

HeartFlow anticipates rolling out its computed tomography-based coronary fractional flow reserve software (FFRCT) in the U.S. very soon, following an imminent FDA decision on the system. The firm hopes its cloud-based software system, which relies on advanced computational fluid dynamics algorithms and CT imaging, will offer an enhancement on catheter-based FFR to interventional cardiologists.

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