Updated May 12, 2014, at 5:30 p.m. with confirmation from St. Jude Medical.
HRS2014 wrap-up: Medtronic delays ICD therapy, Boston Scientific watches patients from afar, and more
HRS2014: St. Jude Medical and the ghost of product recall past
Battery wars at HRS2014: And the winner is?
A string of presentations and poster sessions during this week’s Heart Rhythm conference pitted device makers against each other in the battle for battery superiority.
HRS2014: Social media lessons from some of cardiology’s most-followed
Social media and healthcare are permanently intertwined, according to 3 of cardiology’s most prominent online voices. Drs. Kevin Campbell, Westby Fisher and Dave Albert spoke today about the benefits of having an active online presence to complement interaction in the field.
Cybersecurity at HRS2014: Are medical devices safe?
It’ll take a village to ensure that medical devices are ready to face the increasingly threat-laden wireless world, speakers told a group of clinicians this week during Heart Rhythm 2014, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 35th Annual Scientific Sessions.
HRS2014: Smartphones as medical devices and the age of the self-quantified patient
There’s a tsunami of consumer-generated health data on the horizon and care providers would do well to get on board, AliveCor founder and chief medical officer Dr. Dave Albert told an audience today at Heart Rhythm 2014, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 35th Annual Scientific Sessions.
HRS2014: St. Jude’s lead-free Nanostim pacemaker still looks good at 1 year
HRS2014: Remote heart failure monitoring can cut mortality in half, but why?
Remotely monitored pacemaker patients devices may get a major leg up over patients without the extra surveillance, researchers reported today during Heart Rhythm 2014, the Heart Rhythm Society’s 35th Annual Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.