Xeltis Set To Begin Human Trials Of Endogenous Tissue Pulmonary Valve
This article was originally published in Clinica
A feasibility trial of Xeltis’ PV-001 bioabsorbable cardiac pulmonary valve, based on the company’s unique Endogenous Tissue Restoration technology, will begin this summer at four to six centers in Europe, Xeltis CEO Laurent Grandidier told Clinica.
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