Abbott Reports Five Year Results of Mitraclip Device for the Treatment of Mitral Regurgitation
- The company highlighted 5yr. results from the (COAPT) trial evaluating MitraClip + guideline-directed medical therapy or guideline-directed medical therapy alone
- The results showed a significant reduction in the risk of annualized hospitalizations by nearly half (33% per year vs 57% in the control group), a reduction in risk of death (57% vs 67%), patients achieved durable MR reduction with 95% experienced reduced MR & showed a long-term benefit of the device
- The results showed minimally invasive mitral valve repair in advanced HF patients while MitraClip was safe and effective. The results were presented at the American College of Cardiology Scientific Sessions (ACC.23) and published in the NEJM
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