Gynecare to submit ThermaChoice premarket approval (PMA) in June
This article was originally published in Clinica
Gynecare is to submit trial results of its ThermaChoice menorrhagia device in support of a PMA application this June. The device is an investigational, eight-minute treatment for excessive menstrual bleeding and is intended to be performed under local anaesthetic.
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