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US Approvals Analysis: Slow 510(k) Month Includes Major Cardiac Assay Clearance

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The number of 510(k) clearances in January by US FDA were lower than average, but there was at least one practice-changing advance deemed substantially equivalent last month: Roche's high-sensitivity Elecsys cardiac troponin assay. There were four original PMAs approved in January, but a lower-than-usual total of supplement approvals.

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