Medical Devices From 5 Ga. Manufacturers Win FDA Nod
Published: Jan 11, 2013
A number of new medical devices made by Georgia companies, including a blood test tool and laser tool, have been green lighted by the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA today made public new medical devices it approved in December. One of these is a blood diagnostic tool made by Sebia of Duluth, Ga. The FDA also cleared a laser tool made by Kennesaw, Ga.-based Dornier MedTech America. It's used to cut, vaporize, ablate and coagulate soft tissue when used with endoscopic equipment.