MONTREAL – February 19, 2019 – SoundBite Medical Solutions Inc. (SBMS) today announced that their shockwave technology was presented on Sunday evening by Dr. Stephane Rinfret, MD, SM, FRCPC, Chief of Interventional Cardiology at the McGill University Health Center (MUHC) on a science television show called “Découverte.”
“We are delighted that our technology has attracted so much attention from a show as prestigious as “Découverte.” The program provides an excellent explanation of the therapeutic challenges posed by calcified chronic total occlusions. I think that the public will appreciate this fine example of Quebec creativity and its potential to solve a significant unmet medical need,” said Francis Bellido, President and CEO of SBMS.
Link to watch this episode: https://ici.radio-canada.ca/tele/decouverte/site/segments/reportage/106268/ondes-choc-artere (at 34: 07/42: 42)
About SoundBite Medical Solutions
SoundBite is a privately-held medical device company developing products in the field of vessel preparation for the management and treatment of calcified and occlusive lesions in coronary and peripheral arterial diseases. SoundBite will leverage its shock wave technology platform to clinically and commercially validate its calcium management medical devices with active wires and microcatheters. Peripheral artery disease (PAD) and coronary artery disease (CAD) affect more than 12 million & 16 million people in the US, respectively.
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