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FDA Selects CreatiVasc For New Innovation Pathway Program
Date:4/9/2012

hich is believed to reduce such universal complications.

The new FDA program will provide a totally new way for medical device companies and FDA to collaborate to assure that promising new technologies are rigorously reviewed but are also guided through its device approval process as rapidly as possible without compromising patient safety.

CreatiVasc was founded in Greenville, S.C., in 2004 by Dr. David Cull, a vascular surgeon with the Greenville Hospital System who developed the new technology after seeing first-hand the problems associated with traditional dialysis-access grafts. The company began full-time operations in 2007. The company has multiple issued patents on the device both in the U.S. and around the world.


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