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Results Recap: Terumo PulseCath Shows Promise In High-Risk PCI; Reapplix' LeucoPatch Promotes Ulcer-Healing
Results Recap is Medtech Insight's exclusive summary of clinical trial results that have been announced or published in the past week, based on information collected by Meddevicetracker. This week's edition covers the week of Sept. 14-20, including trial announcements from Nanobiotix, Reapplix, Profound Medical, Sequana Medical, and Terumo.
A new US FDA draft guidance describes the agency's plans to identify trial sponsors that have failed to submit required clinical trial registration and/or results information to ClinicalTrials.gov. The draft guidance also clarifies when the agency will seek civil money penalties for non-compliance, the applicable procedures for assessing civil money penalties and the civil money penalty amounts that may be assessed.
A snapshot of global medical device and diagnostics approvals recorded during the past week in Medtech Insight's Approvals Tracker. Tech giant Apple led this round's news with two US FDA approvals for heart-rhythm-analysis apps embedded in the new Apple Watch.
Starts & Stops compiles all the clinical trial announcements, initiations, completions and suspensions tracked by Meddevicetracker. This edition covers trial announcements made Sept. 10 through Sept. 16, including trial announcements from Medtronic, NovoCure, Gore, LivaNova, and BioSig.
Results Recap is a new regular feature in Medtech Insight providing a summary of clinical trial results that have been announced or published in the past week, based on information collected by Meddevicetracker. This week's edition includes trial announcements from NeuroMetrix, Vertos, LivaNova, and Boston Scientific.
In this edition of the Device Week podcast, Medtech Insight’s Reed Miller talks about the latest good news for LivaNova and Catherine Longworth provides an update on Creavo Medical, a UK-based company using an old technology for a new kind of cardiac test that could save hospitals money.