The top three medical device stories for Sept. 20, 2011.
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A Florida woman is the latest in what’s sure to be a long line of plaintiffs filing personal injury lawsuits against Medtronic Inc. over its controversial Infuse bone morphogenetic protein.
Richard Packer, CEO of Zoll Medical Corp., tells MassDevice that uncertainty over the reimbursement for its LifeVest cardiac defibrillator is responsible for the company’s prolonged stock slump.
Incoming Boston Scientific president & CEO, J&J veteran Michael Mahoney, gets a $2.25 million signing bonus on top of $900,000 in annual salary.