Miracor treats German patient with PICSO

March 2013
Medical Device Daily;3/27/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 59, p1
This article reports that Miracor Medical Systems has successfully treated a German patient using its Pressure-Controlled Intermittent Coronary Sinus Occlusion (PICSO) system, which is designed to improve myocardial perfusion following primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or angioplasty. The procedure was performed by physician Stefan Sack at Schwabing Medical Center in Munich. A description of the PICSO system is included.


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