Robocath Updates Progress With R-One Robotic Coronary Intervention Platform
French company Robocath believes its R-One robotic catheter intervention system will make coronary interventions more efficient for hospitals and safer for interventionalists. Robocath is sponsoring a 60-patient European trial of coronary interventions with R-One.
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Robocath is planning a year-end market launch of its flagship R-One robotic catheterization system after the preclinical trial of R-One hit all primary endpoints. If the product is CE-marked in December as anticipated, it will be a rival to Corindus Vascular's CorPath, which is currently the only robotic-assisted system in the market for interventional cardiology. Robocath announced the preclinical data at EuroPCR in Paris, being held this week until May 25.