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Note: this medical device has supplements. The device description/function or indication may have changed. Be sure to look at the supplements to get an up-to-date information on device changes. The labeling included below is the version at time of approval of the original PMA or panel track supplement and may not represent the most recent labeling.
DeviceGuardian System
Generic NameAcute coronary syndrome event detector
ApplicantAvertix Medical Inc
40 Christopher Way
Suite 201
Eatontown, NJ 07724
PMA NumberP150009
Date Received02/23/2015
Decision Date04/09/2018
Product Code QBI 
Docket Number 18M-1447
Notice Date 04/11/2018
Advisory Committee Cardiovascular
Clinical TrialsNCT00781118
Expedited Review Granted? No
Combination ProductNo
Approval Order Statement  
Approval of the AngelMed Guardian System. This device is indicated for use in patients who have had prior acute coronary syndrome (ACS) events and who remain at high risk for recurrent ACS events.The Guardian System is indicated as an adjunct to patient recognized symptoms. The Guardian System detects potential ongoing ACS events, characterized by sustained ST segment changes, and alerts the patient to seek medical attention for those potential ACS events. A Guardian System alert is a more accurate predictor of ACS events when compared to patient recognized symptoms alone and demonstrates a reduced rate over time of patient presentations without ACS events (false positives) when compared to patient recognized symptoms alone. In the absence of symptoms, the Guardian System may identify asymptomatic ACS events and prompt the patient to seek medical attention.
Approval OrderApproval Order
SummarySummary of Safety and Effectiveness
Post-Approval StudyShow Report Schedule and Study Progress
Supplements:  S001 S002 S003 S004 S005 S006 S007 S008 S009 S011