Given's video pill gets US thumbs-up
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA last week approved for sale Given Imaging's swallowable video capsule for detecting disorders in the small intestine. News of the approval comes just weeks after the firm announced that it had gained the go-ahead to sell the device in Europe (see Clinica No 965, p 21).
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