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New IVUS catheter erupts at ACC

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Volcano Therapeutics formally launched a new intravascular ultrasound imaging catheter at the ACC annual meeting. The Eagle Eye IVUS catheter promises substantially improved near-field and overall image quality with continued effective catheter handling

Volcano Therapeutics formally launched a new intravascular ultrasound imaging catheter at the ACC annual meeting. The Eagle Eye IVUS catheter promises substantially improved near-field and overall image quality with continued effective catheter handling and deliverability. It has been available on a limited basis in the U.S. since late last year and is now available in most major global markets, including Japan and Europe. Eagle Eye works with the company's In-Vision ultrasound console system.

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