Neovasc says Reducer featured during therapy development program in Coburg
Neovasc announced today that the Neovasc Reducer was featured during a program hosted in Coburg on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. Additionally, on Friday, November 22, 2019, a distinguished group of physicians will feature the Reducer in a GVM Care & Research Group dedicated session at the Maria Cecilia Hospital in Cotignola. Coburg is home to the largest Reducer implanting clinic in Germany and Neovasc plans to continue building out programs for active centers as part of its investment in the development of targeted therapy for refractory angina. On November 22, 2019, Professor Antonio Colombo and Doctor Giannini will chair a full day program that features the Reducer, hosted at Maria Cecilia Hospital and entitled "Coronary Sinus Reducer Meeting - Towards new horizons of refractory angina management." Numerous speakers will address current approaches and the unmet medical need, with up to 100 general cardiologists attending who will be able to review the robust clinical evidence on the Reducer therapy. GVM Group operates 23 hospitals in Italy, with Maria Cecilia being the first hospital it founded in the 1970s.