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Cypher Coronary Stents

A Cypher Stent is a drug-coated coronary stent used in conjunction with or just following angioplasty procedures. The Cypher Stent, which in April became the first licensed drug-coated stent in the United States is made by the Cordis Corporation, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. In July, and again in October, the FDA issued safety notices to doctors linking Cypher to blood clots that formed within 30 days after patients had received the new device. Cypher stents remain on the market today.

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