Device to help repair aortic aneurysm

03/29/2006 | Red Herring

Aptus Endosystems raised an additional $19.5 million for its stent and graft device designed to repair ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm and will use the funds to launch clinical trials in the U.S. The device creates an artificial space within the bulging area of a weakened aorta and is put in place with a catheter, not a large incision as with traditional grafts.

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