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PressureWire Certus Guidewire

Description: The new, hydrophilic PressureWire Certus guidewire from Radi Medical Systems is the latest innovative cardiology tool for guiding intervention in patients with complex multivessel disease using Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR). Enhanced handling properties include superb torquability and pushabi...
Company:Radi Medical Systems, Inc.
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RADI Medical Systems Launches Next Generation PressureWire(R) Certus

UPPSALA, Sweden, July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- RADI Medical Systems today announced improvements to their latest generation pressure sensing guide wire, PressureWire(R) Certus, which will begin shipments immediately. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080708/311790 ) The latest gener...
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