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Sedana Medical Completes Patient Recruitment...

"The completion of INSPiRE-ICU 2 concludes Sedana Medical´s clinical trials in the United States. Running this study together with esteemed clinical investigators from highly ranked academic centers such as Columbia, the Harvard-affiliated medical center Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and many others has been very exciting and rewarding. Many investigators from the participating sites have been excited to be part of our pioneering studies. The bedside experience in the studies has generated a lot of interest in using inhaled sedation in US practice, which we hope will be possible soon," said Peter Sackey, Chief Medical Officer of Sedana Medical.

Viz.ai and UTMB Announce Collaboration...

“Patient enrollment is the most time-consuming and costly aspect of the clinical trial process,” said Prem Batchu-Green, Vice President of Clinical at Viz.ai. “By deploying Viz.ai for the CHESS study, we are not only reducing the manual burden of patient identification on research staff but also improving SDH detection and workflow as well as increasing SDH awareness, physician engagement, clinical specialist attendance, and case collaboration.”

Sedana Medical Completes Patient Recruitment for its Clinical Program in the US

"The completion of INSPiRE-ICU 2 concludes Sedana Medical´s clinical trials in the United States. Running this study together with esteemed clinical investigators from highly ranked academic centers such as Columbia, the Harvard-affiliated medical center Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and many others has been very exciting and rewarding. Many investigators from the participating sites have been excited to be part of our pioneering studies. The bedside experience in the studies has generated a lot of interest in using inhaled sedation in US practice, which we hope will be possible soon," said Peter Sackey, Chief Medical Officer of Sedana Medical.

NYU/Brain: Brain Recordings in People Before Surgery Reveal How All Minds Plan What to Say Prior to Speaking

Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the study results add to evidence that neighboring brain regions, the inferior frontal gyrus and the motor cortex, play an important role in such planning before words are said aloud. Both are part of the folded top layers of the brain, or cerebral cortex, which has long been known to control the muscle (motor) movements in the throat and mouth needed to produce speech. Less clear until now was how closely these regions determine the mix of sounds and words people want to say aloud, the authors report.

Aquedeon Medical Announces First Patient Enrolled in the IDE Study of Duett Vascular Graft System

This February, the first enrolled patient underwent open surgical aortic arch reconstruction at the University of Pennsylvania, Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA.  During the surgery, the Duett Vascular Graft System was successfully deployed to connect the native left common carotid artery to the surgical graft.

Auxilius Pharma Announces Top-line Results of its First-in-Human Clinical Study into the Pharmacokinetics, Safety and Tolerability of Antianginal AUX-001

AUX-001 is an innovative, once-daily, extended-release formulation of Nicorandil. For decades, immediate-release, twice daily Nicorandil has been a cornerstone treatment for chronic angina symptoms outside the US, distinguished by its dual mechanism of action that targets both the micro- and macrovascular coronary artery flow bed, and providing sustained angina symptom relief without the common issue of tachyphylaxis seen with other anti-anginal vasodilators like long-acting nitrates. AUX-001 offers efficacy comparable to conventional anti-anginal medications such as beta-blockers, calcium channel blockers, and long-acting nitrates while also potentially enhancing control of the underlying coronary disease and reducing angina related hospitalizations.

Conformal Medical’s CLAAS® System Demonstrates Low Thrombogenicity Compared to Commercially Available LAAO Devices

Conformal Medical is actively enrolling patients in the CONFORM pivotal trial, evaluating the safety and efficacy of the CLAAS System compared to other commercially available LAAO devices. The prospective, multicenter, randomized controlled study will enroll approximately 1,600 patients.

Bodyport Reports | Heart Failure Monitoring Technology Doubles Sensitivity for Predicting Events While Minimizing False Alerts Versus Standard of Care

“This should be welcome news for patient care teams because a greater prediction rate with fewer false alerts translates into more effective and efficient care,” said Corey Centen, founder, president, and chief technical officer at Bodyport. “What’s more, use of the Cardiac Scale and the Congestion Index is a seamless transition for clinicians and patients because it enhances, rather than replaces, the existing pathways built around weight monitoring. The lower alert rate should lead to workflow efficiencies because care teams—who are often feeling overly burdened by the large number of notifications and data flowing in—will spend less time responding to false alerts.”

Berlin Cures: BC 007 Targets Long COVID: Solid Phase II Trial Progress with Over 50% Patient Recruitment

The potential of BC 007 extends beyond treating a single disease, making it a so-called platform technology. By neutralizing fAABs, BC 007 could potentially act against many fAAB-associated diseases.

BD Initiates International Study to Expand Treatment Options for Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease

Dr. Sean Lyden, Chairman of the Department of Vascular Surgery at Cleveland Clinic and National Principal Investigator of the AGILITY Study said, "When we're addressing advanced peripheral arterial disease, a self-expanding covered stent can play an important role. We need a stent that can track to the lesion, apposes the vessel wall and ultimately provides long-term durability. We're excited to see how this technology performs." 

Argonne Uncovers Insights About Prostate Cancer Risk and Genetic Ancestry

The project, which was led by the University of Southern California, included large increases in representation among men of African, Hispanic and Asian ancestries, that were contributed in part by an ongoing collaboration between the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and DOE reports Argonne.

UroMems Announces Results of 1s Ever Smart Artificial Urinary Sphincter Implant in Female Patient to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence

The company reports they have successfully met the six-month primary endpoint for the first-ever female patient implanted with the UroActive™ System, the first smart automated artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) to treat SUI.

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