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PneumRx, Inc.'s RePneu Coil Becoming Therapy of Choice for Patients with Severe Emphysema
Date:9/26/2013

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- PneumRx, Inc., a leader in interventional pulmonology, announced that over 1500 procedures have been performed using the RePneu Lung Volume Reduction Coil (LVRC) System for patients with severe emphysema.

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The RePneu LVRC is a minimally invasive device intended to improve lung function, exercise capacity and quality of life in emphysema patients by bronchoscopically implanting Nitinol coils into the lung to compress diseased tissue, restore elastic recoil, and re-tension the airway network.  This treatment is a minimally invasive treatment that is effective for a broad range of emphysema patients.

The RePneu LVRC's impressive market adoption is evidenced by the fact that over 1500 RePneu LVRC treatments have been performed, involving over 15,000 Coils, even though the LVRC has been commercially available for just over 2 years.  In addition to being commercially available in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and Turkey, the RePneu LVRC was selected by the French Ministry of Health for, and is currently undergoing, a multi-center cost-effectiveness study in France (STIC), supported by the French Ministry of Health.  Over 75 subjects have been enrolled in the French study, the REVOLENS, since March 2013, and enrollment is expected to be completed, ahead of schedule, before the end of the year.

The RePneu LVRC is rapidly becoming the therapy of choice for emphysema patients in European markets because of its ability to treat a broad range of emphysema patients without requiring any complex diagnostic evaluation.  The RePneu Coil does not block airways, prevent distal access, or destro
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