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FDA clears interventional MRI probe

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Magna-Lab’s Cardiac View Probe is a giant leap closer to market. The FDA has cleared the disposable transesophageal coil for sale in the U.S. When placed behind the heart, Cardiac View Probe—used in combination with an MRI—generates

Magna-Lab’s Cardiac View Probe is a giant leap closer to market. The FDA has cleared the disposable transesophageal coil for sale in the U.S. When placed behind the heart, Cardiac View Probe-used in combination with an MRI-generates images of the heart, the aortic arch, the descending aorta, and coronary vessels. The device works in conjunction with a Cardiac View Surface Coil, which is in FDA review.

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