Cardiva gains FDA approval for vascular closure device

02/8/2013 | CardiovascularBusiness.com

Cardiva Medical has received premarket approval from the FDA for Vascade, an extravascular closure system used during percutaneous surgery through the femoral artery. The device uses a collapsible disc-based delivery system to temporarily stop blood flow during the procedure.

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