Category: Cardiac Rhythm Management
St. Jude Medical calls another halt to its Nanostim clinical trial in Europe after serious adverse events surfaced in several patients.
Biotronik is launching a smartphone-like device in Japan designed to wirelessly transmit pacemaker and defibrillator data to patients' physicians and a refreshed line of MRI-safe ICDs that use the system.
Analyst: Boston Scientific and St. Jude Medical stand out at the annual meeting of the Heart Rhythm Society in Boston.
The outlook for ablation and cardiac rhythm management technologies is looking up, according to Leerink Partners analyst Danielle Antalffy, writing after reviewing the latest offerings from medical device companies at the annual Heart Rhythm Society meeting in Boston recently.
Boston Scientific is gearing up to pair a leadless pacemaker with its S-ICD system, CRM chief medical officer Dr. Ken Stein tells MassDevice.com.
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Data from a new study shows Biotronik’s Iforia ProMRI implantable cardioverter defibrillator is safe to use with 1.5T MRI scanners.
Biotronik's Iforia ProMRI implantable cardioverter defibrillator is safe for use in 1.5T MRI scanners, researchers announced today at the Heart Rhythm Society's annual meeting in Boston.
A Canadian study of patients implanted with St. Jude Medical's recalled Riata leads concludes that extraction and revision should be handled on a case-by-case basis.
A pivotal study shows the non-inferiority of the Heartlight visually-guided laser ablation balloon made by CardioFocus, compared to standard ablation and cryoablation in treating paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.