InfusaSleeve

InfusaSleeve

II catheter Drug delivery A device that provides local drug delivery during angioplasty. See Angioplasty.
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Goeld explained that LocalMed and its biotech and pharma partners are currently studying a variety of marketed and investigational agents using the InfusaSleeve.
LocalMed's InfusaSleeve is used in conjunction with standard angioplasty balloons to deliver drugs into the coronary arteries.
The InfusaSleeve was formally introduced to the Japanese market by LocalMed's authorized representative, Japan Lifeline Co.
Takeshi Masumoto, President of Japan Lifeline, added, "LocalMed's unique InfusaSleeve technology will allow us to enter the burgeoning field of local drug delivery.
Under the terms of the agreement, LocalMed will supply Schwarz Pharma with InfusaSleeve catheters to be used in the clinical development of LR-3280.
Japan Lifeline is a superb organization, and they are well-positioned to introduce InfusaSleeve to the important Japanese interventional cardiology community," said Paul Goeld, LocalMed's president and CEO.
The InfusaSleeve, which has FDA clearance for certain clinical uses, is currently being sold in the United States by LocalMed's direct sales force and in Europe through independent distributors.
InfusaSleeve is marketed by a direct sales force in the United States, and by distributors in the rest of the world.
announced today that InfusaSleeve II(TM), the company's newest local drug delivery catheter, has been released for sale worldwide.
The InfusaSleeve is currently being sold in the United States by LocalMed's direct sales force and overseas through independent distributors.
announced today that it has received FDA approval to market InfusaSleeve II(TM), the newest addition to the company's line of catheters for delivery of medication directly to the coronary arteries during angioplasty.
The InfusaSleeve received marketing approval in October 1994 under a 510(k) application to deliver heparin and diagnostic agents into the coronary vasculature.