VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 2019
Lungpacer Medical, Inc. announced that two abstracts were presented by colleagues at the University of Florida, Shands Hospital from the RESCUE 1 early feasibility study. The study uses a novel device containing a transvenous phrenic nerve stimulating catheter (LIVE Catheter®) to stimulate the diaphragm in ventilated patients and determine the feasibility of temporary diaphragmatic neurostimulation (TTDN) using this device.
- Percutaneous Temporary Placement of Phrenic Nerve Stimulator for Diaphragm Pacing (RESCUE 1), Ataya, A. (selected for podium presentation)
- Clearance of Large Mucus Plug Allowing Liberation from Mechanical Ventilation Facilitated by Novel Transvenous Phrenic Nerve Pacing Catheter, Ataya, A., Silverman, E.P.