New arterial closure suture device under development
This article was originally published in Clinica
X-Site Medical, a five-year-old private US company, is developing a suture-based device to stop arterial access bleeding following cardiac catheterisation that it believes will compare favourably with the only other suture-based product on the market, Perclose's Techstar.
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