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Medical Devices approved by FDA in 2019

Updated: 14 March 2019

FDA has approved certain medical devices in 2019. Here is some information related with these approved medical devices: The Sangia Total Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Test is utilized to detect prostate cancer. A simple finger prick can be used to take sample. The results can be obtained within 15 minutes thus there will be no need to wait for laboratory testing. This was approved on 30 January 2019.

The MANTA Vascular Closure Device approved dated 01 February 2019 closes large puncture sites in femoral artery of leg subsequent to catheterization procedure.

The M6-C™ Artificial Cervical Disc approved dated 06 February 2019 has been developed to sustain the spine’s natural movement. It is an implant which replaces the purpose of diseased or damaged disc of neck.

Barricaid Anular Closure Device prevents herniated discs through the insertion in lower back vertebrae. This device has been made with an intention to close the hole in spinal bone of patient following an initial herniated disc. This device was approved on 08 February 2019.

MitraClip approved Dated 14 March 2019 minimizes the blood amount moving in wrong direction via mitral valve. Patients can have less hospitalization, improved life quality, more survival chance and improvised heart failure symptoms.