FDA clears CardioVascular Dynamic's neonate vascular access devices:
This article was originally published in Clinica
CardioVascular Dynamics has received FDA clearance to market a tiny device for accessing veins and arteries of newborn children. The company said its PD Access device uses a miniature Doppler ultrasound circuit, which measures less than 0.003mm, placed at the tip of a catheter or vascular access needle. The devices are small enough to be used on patients weighing from 0.5kg to 5kg.
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