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Tryton Medical: Going Against the Flow in Bifurcated Stents

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Many device companies, large and small, have tried unsuccessfully to come up with a stent to treat bifurcated lesions, primarily by focusing on treating the main vessel. Tryton is taking a different approach: using a bare-metal device designed to treat the side branch. The company believes this contrarian strategy pairs perfectly with current drug-eluting stents, making them an ideal acquisition target for a large CV company.
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