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Results Recap: CRT In DC Features New Biotronik Stent Data, Encouraging TAVR Low-Risk Data; Ablative Systems’ Alcohol Renal Denervation

Medtech Insight's Results Recap covers major device trial results appearing on MedDeviceTracker. This week's edition, covering March 1 to March 7, includes results of late-breaking trials presented at the 2019 Cardiovascular Research Technologies (CRT) conference in Washington, DC, including new data supporting Biotronik’s biodegradable polymer sirolimus-eluting stent and the company’s resorbable magnesium stent, results of the LRT trial of transcatheter aortic valves in low-risk patients, plus promising clinical data supporting Ablative System’s alcohol renal-denervation system.

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A Device For Hypertension After All?

Despite industry-wide contraction last year after Medtronic's SYMPLICITY, some believe a hypertension device is just around the corner. With a market estimated in the billions or even tens of billions of dollars, both Medtronic and Boston Scientific are launching redesigned studies, and a determined handful of medtech start-ups continue to pursue a device-based solution for treating hypertension with invasive and noninvasive approaches, including renal sympathetic denervation through radiofrequency, ultrasound, or drugs; neuromodulation in the forearm; and cold therapy to specialized cells in the neck.

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A Device For Hypertension After All?

Despite industry-wide contraction last year after Medtronic's SYMPLICITY, many agree the trial was flawed, and some believe a hypertension device is just around the corner. A determined handful of medtech start-ups continue to pursue a device-based approach, most by reducing “fight-or-flight” outflow from the sympathetic nervous system.

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Companies Forge Ahead With New Devices, Studies, And Funding For Treatment-Resistant Hypertension

With Medtronic planning to submit an IDE application to the FDA soon to conduct a new US trial of its renal denervation technology, companies and investors alike remain optimistic about finding an effective device-based therapy for treatment-resistant hypertension. Two smaller players in this space – Rox Medical and Verve Medical – are also forging ahead, due to recently published encouraging study results for Rox’s stent-like implant, Coupler, and a nearly $2 million Series B1 round to fund further clinical trials of Verve’s Phoenix RF energy device.

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  • Industry
  • Medical Devices
    • Surgical Equipment & Devices
      • Minimally or Less Invasive
  • Therapeutic Areas
  • Cardiovascular
  • Respiratory, Pulmonary
  • Alias(es)
  • Ownership
  • Private
  • Headquarters
  • Worldwide
    • North America
      • USA
  • Parent & Subsidiaries
  • Rox Medical Inc.
  • Senior Management
  • Mike MacKinnon, CEO
    Rodney Brenneman, CTO
    Paul Sobotka, MD, CSO
  • Contact Info
  • Rox Medical Inc.
    Phone: (949) 361-8899
    150 Calle Iglesia
    Ste. A
    San Clemente, CA 92672
    USA
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