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Evacuation of Hematomas Using the Inari Triever Aspiration Catheter (FlowTriever)

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E.J.M. is a scientific advisor and speaker for Biogen. J.F.B.C. is a consultant and speaker for Inari Medical, Guerbet, C. R. Bard, Argon Medical Devices, Boston Scientific, and NXT Biomedical. J.C.C. is a speaker for Inari Medical. None of the other authors have identified a conflict of interest.

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Chick, J.F.B., Abad-Santos, M., Castle, J.C. et al. Evacuation of Hematomas Using the Inari Triever Aspiration Catheter (FlowTriever). Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 45, 895–897 (2022).

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