Hansen Medical to Exhibit Magellan(TM) Robotic System at Vascular InterVentional Advances Conference

Hansen Medical to Exhibit Magellan(TM) Robotic System at Vascular 
InterVentional Advances Conference 
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/01/13 --  Hansen Medical,
Inc. (NASDAQ: HNSN), a global leader in intravascular robotics, today
announced that it will exhibit its Magellan(TM) Robotic System at the
Vascular InterVentional Advances (VIVA) conference, from October 8-11
at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. The Company will be conducting
product demonstrations and exhibiting the Magellan Robotic System at
Booth 212. 
"We are excited for the opportunity to further showcase our
technology at this important annual meeting of leading clinicians
focused on the peripheral vasculature," said Bruce Barclay, President
and CEO of Hansen Medical. "Based on the feedback from many
successful cases at leading centers across the U.S. and Europe, the
precision and control offered by the Magellan Robotic System are
helping to bring predictability to a broad variety of endovascular
procedures, including endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR), carotid
stenting, peripheral embolization, and chronic total occlusions. In
addition, the Magellan System has the potential to allow hospitals
and health systems to improve the efficiency and utilization of their
most profitable assets -- their operating rooms and cath labs -- by
reducing procedure times and streamlining endovascular procedures.
With several new robotic catheters in development, we believe the
Magellan Robotic System has an important role to play in driving the
continued evolution of endovascular treatment options for patients
with peripheral vascular disease." 
About the Magellan(TM) Robotic System
 Hansen Medical's Magellan
Robotic System is intended to be used to facilitate navigation to
anatomical targets in the peripheral vasculature and subsequently
provide a conduit for manual placement of therapeutic devices.
Magellan is designed to deliver predictability to simple and complex
endovascular procedures. Since its commercial introduction in the US
and Europe, the Magellan System has demonstrated its clinical
versatility in many cases in a broad variety of peripheral vascular
procedure types in centers across the US and Europe. The system is
based upon the flexible robotic technology incorporated in the
Sensei-X(R) Rob
otic Catheter System currently sold in the U.S. and
Europe, which has been used in more than 10,000 patients, but
includes a number of key enhancements. In particular, the Magellan
Robotic System: 


 
--  Provides solid catheter stability for placement of therapeutic
    devices.
--  Is designed to enable predictable procedure times and increased case
    throughput.
--  Allows for independent, individual robotic control of the distal tips
    of both the outer sheath and the inner leader catheter, as well as
    robotic manipulation of standard guidewires.
--  Is designed to allow for sufficient extension inside the body to
    access hard to reach peripheral anatomy.
--  Preserves the open architecture featured in the Sensei System to allow
    for the subsequent use of many 6F therapeutic devices on the market
    today.
--  Is designed to potentially reduce physician radiation exposure and
    fatigue by employing a remote physician workstation.

  
About Hansen Medical, Inc.  
Hansen Medical, Inc., based in Mountain View, California, is a global
leader in intravascular robotics, developing products and technology
designed to enable the accurate positioning, manipulation and control
of catheters and catheter-based technologies. The Company's
Magellan(TM) Robotic System, 9Fr Magellan(TM) Robotic Catheter and
related accessories, which are intended to facilitate navigation to
anatomical targets in the peripheral vasculature and subsequently
provide a conduit for manual placement of therapeutic devices, have
undergone both CE marking and 510(k) clearance and are commercially
available in the European Union, and the U.S. In the European Union,
the Company's Sensei(R) X Robotic Catheter System and Artisan(R) and
Artisan Extend(R) Control Catheters are cleared for use during
electrophysiology (EP) procedures, such as guiding catheters in the
treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF), and the Lynx(R) Robotic
Ablation Catheter is cleared for the treatment of AF. This robotic
catheter system is compatible with fluoroscopy, ultrasound, 3D
surface map and patient electrocardiogram data. In the U.S., the
Company's Sensei X Robotic Catheter System and Artisan and Artisan
Extend Control Catheters are cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration for manipulation and control of certain mapping
catheters in EP procedures. In the U.S., the Sensei X Robotic
Catheter System is not approved for use in guiding ablation
procedures; this use remains experimental. The U.S. product labeling
therefore provides that the safety and effectiveness of the Sensei X
Robotic Catheter System and Artisan and Artisan Extend Control
Catheter for use with cardiac ablation catheters in the treatment of
cardiac arrhythmias, including AF, have not been established.
Additional information can be found at www.hansenmedical.com. 
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Important factors that could cause actual results to differ
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and customer service challenges in developing new products and
entering new markets; potential safety and regulatory issues that
could slow or suspend our sales; the effect of credit, financial and
economic conditions on capital spending by our potential customers;
the uncertain timelines for the sales cycle for newly introduced
products; the rate of adoption of our systems and the rate of use of
our catheters; the scope and validity of intellectual property rights
applicable to our products; competition from other companies; our
ability to recruit and retain key personnel; our ability to maintain
our remedial actions over previously reported material weaknesses in
internal controls over financial reporting; our ability to manage
expenses and cash flow, and obtain additional financing; and other
risks more fully described in the "Risk Factors" section of our
Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2013
filed with the SEC on August 9, 2013 and the risks discussed in our
other reports filed with the SEC. Given these uncertainties, you
should not place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements in
this press release. We undertake no obligation to revise or update
information herein to reflect events or circumstances in the future,
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ven if new information becomes available.  
Hansen Medical, Heart Design (Logo), Hansen Medical (with Heart
Design), Sensei and Lynx are registered trademarks, and Magellan and
NorthStar are trademarks of Hansen Medical, Inc. in the United States
and other countries. 
Investor Contacts: 
Peter J. Mariani
Chief Financial Officer
Hansen Medical, Inc. 
650.404.5800 
FTI Consulting, Inc.
Brian Ritchie
212.850.5683
brian.ritchie@fticonsulting.com 
John Capodanno
212.850.5705
john.capodanno@fticonsulting.com 
 
 
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