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Acorai Secures Breakthrough Device Designation for Innovative Non-Invasive Solution to Monitor Intracardiac Pressure

A Swedish medical device start-up, Acorai, has recently announced a significant achievement: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted them the esteemed Breakthrough Device Designation for their innovative Heart Monitor.

This cutting-edge device aims to revolutionize cardiac care by offering a non-invasive method to estimate crucial cardiac metrics such as diastolic pulmonary artery pressure (dPAP), systolic pulmonary artery pressure (sPAP), and mean pulmonary artery pressure (mPAP) specifically in Stage C Heart Failure patients undergoing hemodynamic monitoring.

What sets Acorai apart is their proprietary hardware technology, bolstered by a sophisticated machine learning system, all integral components of their groundbreaking intracardiac pressure monitoring (IPCM) device.

The intended purpose of this companion tool is to assist qualified healthcare professionals (HCPs) in tandem with standard assessments within hospital or clinical settings. Its primary goal is to streamline the identification of hemodynamic congestion, ultimately leading to more personalized and effective treatment strategies for heart failure patients.

Receiving the Breakthrough Device Designation from the FDA is a testament to Acorai's dedication to pioneering innovation in patient care and highlights their potential to effectively address unmet needs in heart failure management. Intracardiac pressure monitoring (ICPM) has already proven effective in managing heart failure, but current non-invasive methods fall short when it comes to practical clinical application.

Pending successful validation through larger studies, Acorai's non-invasive solution could potentially transform hemodynamic monitoring within medical environments, potentially eliminating the necessity for invasive procedures. If proven accurate and effective, this advancement could lead to substantial resource savings while markedly improving outcomes for heart failure patients.

 

Source: prnewswire

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