NuVasive’s recent management turnover is no coincidence, according to a short-seller report that accuses the company of using accounting tricks to mask its business decline.
New clinical trial data shows the HeartLogic Diagnostic suite of sensors significantly expanded the ability of a baseline blood test to identify when patients were at an elevated risk of a heart failure event.
Angle, a cell diagnostics company with a novel harvesting technology for circulating tumor cells and megakaryocytes, inks two major agreements, including a co-marketing partnership with Qiagen.
Data published this week could draw respect for and reduce skepticism over devices designed to lower the risk of stroke by closing a common heart defect.
Smiths Medical is scrambling to address cybersecurity risks involving its wireless infusion pump, a type of device that is particularly vulnerable to attack.
For the first time, the agency gives regulatory go-ahead to a mobile medical application system designed to treat patients with substance use disorders.
Some infusion sets may be vulnerable to a blockage that could cause too much insulin to be delivered to patients with diabetes, putting them at risk of hypoglycemia.
After weak sales, Abbott has decided to take its first-generation Absorb Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold off the market. What’s next for the company’s bioresorbable technology?
FDA cleared a new application designed to integrate ultrasound and angiography images to guide heart teams during structural heart procedures.
ExThera Medical's new blood filter technology received Expedited Access Pathway (EAP) designation, accelerating the FDA approval process for the device ahead of clinical use.
Medtronic entered the next phase of its partnership with Mazor by putting up an additional $40 million equity investment and assuming the global distribution of the Mazor X robot. Analysts say the deal is positive for both companies but negative for competitors like NuVasive that lack a robotics system.
Harvard researchers create a hybrid rigid-soft robotic arm for endoscopes that lies flat while it snakes through the body, before popping up to assist in surgical procedures at the desired location.