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AGA Medical Corporation Receives FDA and CE Mark Approvals for the AMPLATZER Vascular Plug II
Date:8/24/2007

he vascular plug is establishing a strong and exciting foundation for future diversification by AGA Medical."

ABOUT AGA MEDICAL: AGA Medical Corporation, based in Plymouth, Minnesota (just outside Minneapolis) is the leader in developing interventional devices to treat structural heart defects. As a result of the many contributions and creative genius of Dr. Kurt Amplatz, the Company has developed and commercializes a series of devices that have revolutionized the treatment of the most common congenital "holes in the heart" such as atrial septal and patent foramen ovale defects. The company is expanding into new areas such as the minimally invasive repair of vascular abnormalities. Over 700 articles have been published in peer reviewed medical publications that support the benefits of AGA Medical devices including improved patient outcomes, reduced length of stay and accelerated recovery times for the patient, AGA Medical devices have received regulatory approval and are marketed in over 90 countries with over 250,000 devices shipped to date. For more information visit http://www.amplatzer.com

MEDIA CONTACT:

Devin Nagy

Brunswick Group LLC

202.393.7337

dnagy@brunswickgroup.com


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