The Patient Safety Movement Foundation plans an innovation contest to create processes or products to help eradicate preventable patient deaths.
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.
A federal judge in Delaware upholds a $467 million verdict for Masimo in a patent infringement spat with Royal Philips over pulse oximetry technology.
Here's a look at some of the top legal news stories for medical device companies this week: Boston Scientific challenges Nevro patent; Boston Scientific settles mesh lawsuit; Feds clear Masimo in Pronto, Pronto-7 probe; Seattle hospital joins 'superbug' suit against Olympus; Siemens settles federal beef for $6m
Federal prosecutors in California clear Masimo and its employees after a year-long probe into its Pronto and Pronto-7 patient monitoring devices.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) said yesterday that federal prosecutors cleared the company and its employees in a probe launched last year into some of its patient monitoring devices.
CapsuleTech will integrate Masimo's oximetry technology into its latest SmartLinx patient-monitoring system
CapsuleTech is partnering with Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) on its latest SmartLinx patient-monitoring system, company officials said.
Ferolyn Powell, the former CEO of Evalve who led it to a $410 million acquisition by Abbott, is killed in a motorbike accident in Thailand.
Former Evalve CEO Ferolyn Powell, who led the MitraClip developer to a $410 million acquisition by Abbott (NYSE:ABT), died this month in a motorbike accident in northern Thailand, her family said yesterday.
, C.R. Bard
, Cantel Medical Corp.
, Clayton Dubilier Rice
, InVivo Therapeutics Corp.
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, NxThera Inc.
, Spectranetics Corp.
, SurModics Inc.
, Urologix Inc.