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Clear Guide Medical Appoints New CEO, Medical Device Industry Veteran Bob Cathcart

Clear Guide Medical, Inc., a commercial-stage image-fusion medical device company, today announced that it appointed Bob Cathcart to lead the Baltimore-based Company. Cathcart has worked in sales, marketing and international operations for medical device companies for 33 years, most recently as SVP of Global Sales at Hansen Medical, a Silicon Valley leader in Intra-Vascular Robotics.

During his career, Cathcart also served as Divisional President of Datascope Interventional Products, a company focused on vascular closure devices and devices for chronic dialysis, which was sold to Maquet in 2009. Cathcart was President and CEO of FlowCo Inc., a preclinical company focused in the Interventional Cardiology Space.

Member of the board of directors, Jim Condon said, “Bob’s extensive professional experience in the medical industry and as an entrepreneur is the perfect fit for our expansion objectives.””He understands exactly the right approach in steering the company through its expanded launch in the marketplace and will guide us through this crucial growth phase,” concluded Condon.

Cathcart succeeds Dorothee Heisenberg, who is a co-founder of the company and has led Clear Guide Medical since 2014. Dr. Heisenberg will remain with the company as Executive Vice President.

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