Why Acutus Medical Shares Are Rallying Today?

  • Acutus Medical Inc AFIB has launched an expanded suite of left-heart access products, including the AcQCross Qx system for use with the TruSeal and FXD delivery system for the Watchman LAAC Device.
  • AcQCross is a transseptal system engineered with an integrated needle and dilator to reduce the multiple exchanges of wires and needles while trying to achieve the proper angle and location on the septum.
  • Related: Acutus Medical Stock Soars On Debt Refinancing, Divestiture Of Left-Heart Access Portfolio.
  • With this clearance, Acutus now offers sheath-compatible transseptal access devices covering 409,000 electrophysiology and structural heart procedures in the U.S.
  • Acutus Medical is an arrhythmia management company focused on improving how cardiac arrhythmias are diagnosed and treated.
  • Price Action: AFIB shares are up 104.31% at $1.10 during the premarket session on the last check Monday.

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