Penumbra Continues Push Into Peripheral Therapies
Penumbra Inc. continues its push into peripheral therapies with the recent US introduction of the POD Packing Coil, designed to occlude arteries and veins in conjunction with the company's Ruby and POD (Penumbra Occlusion Device) embolization products for the treatment of peripheral vascular conditions such as aneurysms and fistulas. The POD Packing coil, which earned a 510(k) in 2015 along with a neurovascular version of the device, grew out of the platinum coil technologies used to treat brain aneurysm.
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