Start-Up Spotlight: LimFlow, Endovascular Treatment For End-Stage Critical Limb Ischemia
French start-up LimFlow is developing a percutaneous deep vein arterialization system, designed for installing a stent-graft that shunts blood from a diseased tibial artery into a tibial vein to revascularize the foot of a patient with severe peripheral artery disease.
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The results from the PROMISE I feasibility study give LimFlow confidence that the PROMISE II pivotal trial will prove that the LimFlow percutaneous deep vein arterialization system is a safe and effective alternative to amputation for patients with critical limb ischemia.
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