FDA approves 1st new therapy to treat heart attacks in years
From April 9:
Heart attacks are typically treated by placing stents at the sites of narrowing coronary arteries. This has become a standard of care, and advances in cath lab technologies allows interventional cardiologists to accurately place stents in a matter of minutes. Now another option, called SuperSaturated Oxygen, is being made available thanks to a brand new approval from the FDA.
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