US Surgical seeks 1998 approval for Paragon stent:
This article was originally published in Clinica
US Surgical plans to submit its Paragon coronary stent for US approval in July now that it has completed trials of the device. This means it could have approval before the end of the year. Paragon, which is made from the memory metal nitinol, is already sold in Europe.
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