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AtheroMed Announces Results Of The EASE Study Evaluating The Phoenix Atherectomy System In Treating Peripheral Artery Disease
Date:10/21/2013

E study are very encouraging and are consistent with pivotal trials for other atherectomy devices," says Dr. Williams. "With more than 70% of the patients in the study suffering from blockages at or below the knee, the Phoenix System is likely to be a promising treatment alternative for these challenging procedures."

"I was pleased to see the positive results of the EASE data released at VIVA," said Prof. Thomas Zeller, Head of the Department of Angiology at the Herz-Zentrum in Bad Krozingen, Germany. "These results are in line with my own experience with the Phoenix Catheter, and I look forward to it being made available to my patients in the near future."

"We believe that the combination of the front cutting design and the continuous capture and clear mechanism of action of the Phoenix System makes it the ideal solution for treating below the knee disease," said Mike MacKinnon, President and CEO of AtheroMed.  "This EASE data continues to support the use of the Phoenix System as a front-line therapy, and we are excited to bring this treatment option to physicians and their patients."

About the Phoenix Atherectomy System
The Phoenix Atherectomy System is a peripheral atherectomy system that has been specifically designed to enhance the treatment of PAD located below the knee. The Phoenix System is an over-the-wire device with a front-cutting element at the distal tip of the catheter. The blade design of the rotating cutting element shaves material directly into the catheter where the material is captured and continuously removed.   The Phoenix System has been designed in multiple sizes and is intended to provide physicians with a safe, versatile, easy to use front-line therapy. The Phoenix System is investigational and not yet available for sale in the US.  It has received CE Mark approval for commercialization outside the US.

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