UK regulators find further Nitinol fracture faults
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK's Medical Devices Agency has issued a device alert concerning Boston Scientific's Vanguard polyester and nitinol framed endovascular aortic graft. In the second alert in as many months, the UK regulator has found that a product using nitinol wire framing has developed wire fractures or row separation.
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