FDA approves ImpediMed's device

The FDA has granted ImpediMed approval to market its L-Dex U400 device for use in assessing lymphoedema, a condition that affects women who underwent surgery for breast cancer. The clearance will grant the Australian firm access to the $4.4 billion international market for lymphoedema therapies.

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