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Study: GI Dynamics' Endobarrier comparable to gastric bypass

May 21, 2015 by Fink Densford

GI Dynamics says a head-to-head comparison of its Endobarrier weight loss device with standard gastric bypass surgery in Type II diabetics shows similar improvements to glucose metabolism.

GI Dynamics Endobarrier comparable to gastric bypass

Valeritas touts real-world V-Go data

May 20, 2015 by Mark Hollmer

Three new real-world studies produce more positive data for Valeritas and its V-Go insulin delivery system.

Valeritas touts real-world V-Go data

Valeritas touted real-world data from 3 separate studies of its V-Go insulin delivery system showcasing the device's utility and effectiveness.

V-Go is a disposable, wearable insulin delivery device designed to deliver a preset dosage continually over 24 hours and on-demand doses during meals.

Philips Respironics responds to ResMed trial data

May 19, 2015 by Fink Densford

Philips says it's examining data from ResMed showing increased risk of death to see if it will affect Respironics sleep apnea device patients.

Philips Respironics responds to ResMed trial data

TAVI: Study shows 80% survival at 2 years for Direct Flow device

May 19, 2015 by Fink Densford

Direct Flow Medical says 2-year data from its Discover CE Mark trial showed an 80% survival rate at 2 years for its transcatheter aortic valve implant.

TAVI: Study shows 80% survival at 2 years for Direct Flow device

Direct Flow Medical today said data from a clinical trial of its replacement heart valve showed an 80% survival rate after 2 years.

Blood clots prompt trial pause for Edwards' Fortis mitral valve

May 19, 2015 by Brad Perriello

Edwards Lifesciences halts enrollment in a clinical trial of its Fortis mitral valve implant after some patients developed blood clots in the devices.

Blood clots force trial pause for Edwards' Fortis mitral valve

OrbusNeich launches U.S. pivotal for Combo stent

May 18, 2015 by Fink Densford

OrbusNeich enrolls the 1st U.S. patient in a pivotal trial of its Combo dual-therapy coronary stent.

OrbusNeich launches U.S. pivotal for Combo stent

OrbusNeich Medical said today that it enrolled the 1st U.S. patient in a pivotal trial of its dual-therapy Combo stent.

InVivo reports mixed results in spinal scaffold trial

May 18, 2015 by Mark Hollmer

InVivo Therapeutics reports mixed results from follow-up data on 2 patients implanted with its neuro-spinal scaffold to treat acute spinal cord injury.

InVivo reports mixed results in spinal scaffold trial

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