Setback for cardiac "plunger" as FDA wants better data
This article was originally published in Clinica
An FDA advisory panel has voted against approval of a device aimed at helping to resuscitate cardiac arrest victims. The CardioPump, made by Danish firm Ambu International and which works like a sink plunger is used with manual resuscitation and sucks the chest, helping the heart's chambers to fill with blood.
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