Venock: Obtaining Closure on Venous Access Procedures

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Large bore vascular access procedures are increasing in prevalence and will continue to do so as cardiologists shift from open surgery to minimally invasive methods. To facilitate this trend, Venock Medical is filling an unmet need in transvenous procedures with a universal closure device for these large perforations.

When interventional cardiologists need to perform a transvascular procedure, the access site will vary in size depending on the catheter and guidewire-mounted tools used, with anything greater than a 24 French gauge considered “large bore.”

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