LivaNova Finishes Feasibility Trial Of Transcatheter Mitral Valve, Anticipates 2020 CE Mark
PRELUDE feasibility study of LivaNova's Caisson transseptal transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR) system is complete and the company the INTERLUDE CE Mark trial has begun, the company announced. The company is now working with the US FDA to finalize the protocol for the ENSEMBLE US pivotal trial.
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