DENVER, Colo., Sept 18, 2023 ( www.247marketnews.com )- This morning’s stocks to watch list contains companies from multiple sectors. Stocks (NASDAQ: AVGR,) (NASDAQ:RDHL) and (NASDAQ:SYTA)
Redhill Biopharma LTD (NASDAQ:RDHL) announced that the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approved its supplemental new drug application (sNDA) for Talicia, allowing a change to a more flexible three times daily (TID), taken at least 4 hours apart with food, dosing regimen for H. pylori eradication. This differs from the previously approved dosing regimen (Q8H), which required dosing every eight hours with food, by enabling patients to follow a convenient “breakfast, lunch and dinner” dosing routine, which may support increased patient adherence and optimize the potential for successful H. pylori eradication.
Avinger Inc. (NASDAQ:AVGR) announced full commercial launch of its Tigereye® ST next generation image-guided chronic total occlusion (CTO) crossing system. With the initiation of full commercial launch, all current and prospective accounts can now order the Tigereye ST device, which features high definition, real-time intravascular imaging and a user-controlled deflectable tip designed to assist in steerability within the lumen, and includes an enhanced distal tip configuration with faster rotational speeds up to 1000 RPM designed to penetrate challenging lesions. Capable of treating lesions in the peripheral vessels both above and below the knee, the Tigereye ST device has a working length of 140 cm and 5 French sheath compatibility. Tigereye ST is complementary to Avinger’s best-in-class image-guided atherectomy devices, including the Pantheris, Pantheris LV, and Pantheris SV.
Avinger’s Lumivascular technology incorporates an onboard image-guidance system to allow physicians to see inside the artery during an atherectomy or CTO-crossing procedure by using an imaging modality called optical coherence tomography, or OCT. During the procedure, high-resolution intravascular OCT images are displayed on Avinger’s Lightbox console in real-time to guide therapy. Physicians performing therapeutic procedures with other devices must rely solely on X-ray images and tactile feedback to guide their interventions while treating complicated arterial disease. With the Lumivascular approach, physicians can more accurately navigate their devices and treat PAD lesions to deliver safe and effective outcomes, without exposing healthcare workers and patients to the negative effects of ionizing radiation.
Siyata Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ:SYTA)(NASDAQ:SYTAW) reported receiving a follow-on order from an existing customer for additional units of its SD7 handsets and VK7 vehicle kits. The global developer and vendor of Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) handsets and accessories, announced that a large North American waste management company placed an initial order for the Company’s SD7 handsets and VK7 vehicle kits earlier this year, which it delivered in the third quarter. Today’s news is a follow-on order for additional units from the same waste management company, which it plans on delivering in the third quarter of 2023.
Siyata Mobile Inc. is a B2B global developer and vendor of next-generation Push-To-Talk over Cellular handsets and accessories. Its portfolio of rugged PTT handsets and accessories enables first responders and enterprise workers to instantly communicate over a nationwide cellular network of choice, to increase situational awareness and save lives. Police, fire and ambulance organizations as well as schools, utilities, security companies, hospitals, waste management companies, resorts and many other organizations use Siyata PTT handsets and accessories today.
In support of our Push-to-Talk handsets and accessories, Siyata also offers enterprise-grade In-Vehicle solutions and Cellular Booster systems enabling our customers to communicate effectively when they are in their vehicles, and even in areas where the cellular signal is weak.
Siyata sells its portfolio through leading North American cellular carriers, and through international cellular carriers.
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