ImThera Gets Go-Ahead For Sleep Apnea Nerve Stimulator Pivotal Study
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The aura6000 sleep apnea system has received investigational device exemption approval for a pivotal trial but still lags behind key rival Inspire Medical Systems Inc.’s Inspire upper airway stimulator.
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