Full of potential

Lee, Jaimy
October 2011
Modern Healthcare;10/17/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 42, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that a list compiled by physicians and scientists at the Cleveland Clinic revealed that devices and therapies that treat chronic diseases and medical apps for smartphones are among medical innovations that will profoundly affect healthcare in 2012. One of the top innovations on the list is a catheter-based renal denervation that controls resistant hypertension. The device was developed by Ardian and has received the European conformity (CE) mark.


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