Paragonix seeks 510(k) clearance for cardiac transport device

11/7/2012 | Mass High Tech (Boston)

Paragonix Technologies has filed an application with the FDA seeking 510(k) clearance for the Sherpa Pak Cardiac Transport System. The disposable device, which is used to store donor hearts in transit, releases oxygenated blood to organs and is designed to extend the preservation time for donor hearts from the current four hours to 12 hours.

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