Category: Cardiac Rhythm Management
St. Jude Medical says that its Quartet quadripolar leads "performed better than bipolar leads of any kind" in a recent mega-study.
Medical device giant St. Jude Medical (NYSE:STJ) had high praise for its own quadripolar leads, saying that blow away any competition from older bipolar leads.
Another team of researchers is working on pacemakers that use motion for power, with aims to eliminate reliance on depletable batteries.
Swiss researchers are taking a page from their country's most iconic products to change how pacemakers are powered inside the body.
CorMatrix secure FDA clearance for its CanGaroo ECM envelope for use with implantable cardiac devices and touts 1st human use in a patient at Ohio's Cleveland Clinic.
Georgia medical device maker CorMatrix touted an FDA win this month, landing regulatory clearance for its CanGaroo surgical envelope for securing implantable cardiac devices.
Roswell, Georgia – CorMatrix Cardiovascular announced today that it has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance to market the CorMatrix CanGaroo ECM Envelope for use with cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIED's) including pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD's).
Medtech titan Medtronic enrolls the 1st patients in the AdaptResponse clinical trial to evaluate its adaptive cardiac rhythm management technology.
Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) touted the launch of its AdaptResponse trial, the largest study of its kind evaluating the company's AdaptivCRT algorithm for personalizing cardiac resynchronization therapy in treatment of heart failure.
A federal judge agrees to toss a lawsuit filed against Johnson & Johnson's Biosense Webster by a former sales rep and her new employer, St. Jude Medical.
FDA regulators approve Medtronic's new Viva CRT-P adaptive cardiac pacemaker for treatment of heart failure or atrioventricular block.
Medtronic (NYSE:MDT) won FDA approval for its Viva CRT-P cardiac resynchronization therapy-pacemaker, which features proprietary software to adjust its pacing parameters to a patient's heart rhythms minute-by-minute.