The extended expiration date applies to all sizes of the TAXUS system for sale in the United States.

The extended expiration date applies to all sizes of the TAXUS system for sale in the United States. The company said it would immediately begin update labels to reflect the twelve-month expiration date. The shelf life for the TAXUS system outside the United States remains unchanged at 18 months. For more information longer shelf life of TAXUS to physicians and other to physicians and other health professionals purchasing decisions for drug – eluting stents, said Paul LaViolette, Chief Operating Officer of Boston Scientific. The longer shelf life inventory management can for hospitals with issues of stock rotation or product to facilitate the process. .

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