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Ablative Solutions Inc.

Targeted renal denervation

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Unlike other renal denervation technologies that apply destructive energy to the entire renal artery wall, , Ablative Solutions Inc. has developed a catheter-based approach that delivers ethanol directly to the nerves that encircle the renal artery, and destroys them without damaging the artery walls . The company is developing its Peregrine System for use in an outpatient setting to restore normal blood pressure in medication-resistant hypertensive patients.

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