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The FDA clearance allows Control Medical to market the ASPIRE MAX aspiration catheter system, including an ASPIRE aspirator and a MAX catheter, as a package and/or MAX aspiration catheters alone in multiple sizes with an indication to remove soft fresh thrombi (blood clots), and emboli, from vessels in the peripheral vasculature.
“Blood clots vary from acute, fresh and soft thrombus to chronic, old and organized clots,” says Fojtik. “There is no ‘one size fits all’ technology to remove thrombus. Too often, medical device innovation results in complicated and expensive devices. We want to innovate simple, safe and high-performance technologies that work better than basic technologies but are easier to use and cost less than complicated alternatives.”
St. George - STEVENS-HENAGER COLLEGE held a grand opening event for its new campus in St. George. The campus is located in the Sun River Professional Plaza at 720 S. River Road, Ste. C-130.
Richfield - LENNY’S FAMILY PHARMACY celebrated opening its doors in Richfield with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted with the Richfield Area Chamber of Commerce. The new pharmacy offers free delivery to Richfield customers, a drive-through window, GeneriCare, diabetic specialty supplies, automatic refills and over-the-counter items. Lenny’s is located at 508 N. Main Street.
St. George - A local real estate investor purchased a 26-townhome pad project called TUSCAN HILLS. The investor plans on building and selling the townhomes. Wes Davis of NAI SOUTHERN UTAH assisted the bank in the disposition of this project.
Utah State Bar 2012 Spring Convention in St. George
St. George - The UTAH STATE BAR’s 2012 Spring Convention was held in St. George at the St. George Dixie Center.
American Bar Association President Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III presented the conference’s keynote address, “No Courts, No Justice, No Freedom.”
At the convention, training began on the bar’s newly created pro bono initiative, “Lend a Learned Hand – Check Yes on Your License Application.” The statewide effort will aim to significantly increase access to legal services for low-income Utahns by matching them with volunteer pro bono attorneys in their geographic area.
The Utah State Bar also presented the Dorathy Merrill Brothers Award and the Raymond S. Uno Award for the advancement of women and minorities in the legal profession.