Baxter’s Amia Automated Home Dialysis System Receives FDA Clearance
Baxter received FDA 510(k) clearance in October for Amia, a home-based automated peritoneal dialysis system that features voice guidance, touchscreen control and two-way connectivity. With more than 600,000 people in the US living with end-stage renal disease, and 40,000 of these on peritoneal dialysis, the company is working to enhance renal care with patient-centric technologies that provide more individualized and efficient home-based therapy.
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