Boston Scientific Becomes Third US TAVR Competitor With Lotus Edge Approval
The US FDA approved Boston Scientific's Lotus Edge transcatheter aortic valve for patients who would be at high risk with surgical valve replacement. Unlike competing TAVR systems from Medtronic and Edwards, Lotus Edge can be repositioned or recaptured after it has been deployed.
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