FDA approves Datascope's surgical sealant:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Datascope has received approval from the FDA for its VasoSeal ES arterial puncture sealing device. The device is a collagen plug used to seal the puncture on the outside wall of the artery. The design of this product is based on the company's VasoSeal VHD. Unlike the original device, the VasoSeal ES fits all artery sizes and eliminates the need for measuring skin-to-artery distance as well as the need to store products of different sizes.
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