Two years after approval for an issue that has no treatment options, we still have no Buzzzzz. One would think that if the filter does what is advertised, there would be buzz in the sepsis community, no? Nothing and nothing in the US about trialing a filter that was helping cure sepsis in Europe. Apparently it is not working as advertised and dosing studies with multiple disjointed efforts are to difficult to decifer, so we need more KOL's and higher profile KOL's who might be able to help find statistical significant data. At this point SOC is a dream. Hopefully they can find an application or two to help promote the filter. You just don't go 2 years and create no excitement and no Buzzzzzz. Third glass of wine and that's my opinion!