BioVentrix: Reshaping Heart Failure
BioVentrix Inc. is developing a unique, minimally invasive approach to reshaping the heart’s scarred and enlarged left ventricle aimed at patients who develop ischemic heart failure following a heart attack. The company has made considerable headway with its technology, which offers an interesting balance between a catheter-based and surgical-based procedure; however, CEO Kenneth Miller, well aware of the pitfalls that have plagued earlier companies in this field, is taking a cautious approach to the US market.
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