On Friday, October 10th investigators will report clinical trial results from the Prevention of Retained Blood Outcomes with Active Clearance Technology (PROACT) assessing the use of PleuraFlow to reduce Retained Blood Complications after Cardiac Surgery at FACTS-Care CVT 2014 in Washington, D.C. This is one of the largest studies to assess outcomes with Active Clearance Technology to reduce complications after heart surgery.
Anaheim, CA., Oct. 1, 2014 — ClearFlow, Inc., a medical device company based in Anaheim, CA, announced that results from the PRO-ACT trial, (Prevention of Retained Blood Outcomes Using Active Clearance Technology), a clinical study evaluating the use of PleuraFlow® Active Clearance Technology™ System to prevent Retained Blood Complications (RBC) will be presented at the upcoming Cardiovascular-Thoracic (CVT) Critical Care meeting in Washington, D.C. next week.
Toronto, Canada—May 5, 2014—Distinguished physicians from leading cardiac surgery centers gathered at an Educational Symposium to share their experiences with a new-generation blood evacuation system for use following cardiothoracic surgical procedures. ClearFlow, Inc. hosted the Symposium at the recent American Association of Thoracic Surgeon’s meeting in Toronto, Canada, where their award-winning technology was on exhibit for over 2,400 cardiac surgeons and healthcare professionals.
Anaheim, California. ClearFlow Inc., a venture-funded designer and manufacturer of PleuraFlow® Active Clearance Technology™, a new generation blood evacuation system for use following cardiothoracic surgical procedures is pleased to announce that Mr. Michael Cox has joined the Company as Vice President of Sales, North America.
Interest in Clear Catheter System Inc. continues to spike after three strong meetings in Canada aimed at educating cardiac surgeons about PleuraFlow® Active Clearance Technology®, its positive impact in reducing complications related to Retained Blood and Fluids, and improving patient outcomes as well as reducing hospital costs.
2013 “Innovations in Cardiovascular Interventions” Top Prize goes to Medical Device Start-up for PleuraFlow Clear Catheter Systems, Inc., announced today it has won the 2013 Innovations in Cardiovascular Interventions (ICI) Best Start-Up Innovation Award for its medical device, PleuraFlow®, a novel system that optimally evacuates blood and fluid after surgery to speed recovery and improve patient outcomes in the ICU during the initial critical hours after heart surgery.
Zürs, Austria – Edward M. Boyle, MD, the inventor of PleuraFlow and founder and CEO of Clear Catheter Systems spoke at the 31st annual Cardiovascular Surgical Symposium in Zürs, Austria, on March 8th. This is a premier gathering of many of Europe’s top heart surgeons in an interactive setting to promote exchange of ideas and updates on the use and development of new technologies.