Trial Highlights: The COSIRA data demonstrated that patients treated with the Reducer achieved a statistically significant improvement in the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (“CCS”) angina grading scale scores (two classes or better) compared to those patients in the sham control arm, (p-value = 0.024). Patients treated with the Reducer were 2.3 times more likely to see an improvement of two classes or better in CCS score than the sham control arm. The analysis also demonstrated that patients treated with the Reducer showed a statistically significant improvement of one or more CCS classes compared to the sham control patients (p-value = 0.003). The study also demonstrated a 96.2% technical success rate and a 100% procedural success rate for Reducer implantation.
The final results from the COSIRA study were published in the New England Journal of Medicine. You may obtain copies from the publisher here >
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