Vascular Device Company Wins Award

Cardiva Medical Inc. (Mountain View, CA), a four-year-old company developing next-generation vascular access and closure devices, has won a 2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for entrepreneurial companies, according to devicelink.com. It won for the Boomerang Wire System, which is used in percutaneous catheterizations. The system is considered to be much safer and easier to use than previous methods used to close the opening of the femoral artery.

December 27, 2006

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Vascular Device Company Wins Award

Cardiva Medical Inc. (Mountain View, CA), a four-year-old company developing next-generation vascular access and closure devices, has won a 2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for entrepreneurial companies, according to devicelink.com. It won for the Boomerang Wire System, which is used in percutaneous catheterizations. The system is considered to be much safer and easier to use than previous methods used to close the opening of the femoral artery.

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