A Chicago startup that seeks to 3-D print human hearts for transplantation has added to its scientific advisory board of heavy hitters. But just how close is the company to producing its first viable heart?
Everything you need to know about transcatheter mitral valve therapies, the latest in drug-eluting stents, and other key findings presented at this year's Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics meeting.
After a six-year hiatus from the coronary stent business, Cordis just inked an exclusive distribution deal for two heart stents.
A recent scientific statement by the American Heart Association shines a spotlight on cardiovascular genomic testing and gives a nod to two such technologies that are currently on the market.
The company plans to boost its growth prospects through a $225 million acquisition of Jotec, but disappointing earnings news drove its shares down anyway.
Boston Scientific is acquiring Apama Medical for up to $300 million, a deal that should help the company’s EP business hit its stride.
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.
St. Jude Medical was confident that a novel cardiac device with proven outcomes would be adopted quickly, but is facing reimbursement's unrelenting brick wall.
Many expect transcatheter aortic valve replacement will in the future become the standard of care for patients who suffer from aortic stenosis where there is a narrowing of the space between the heart and aorta.
The global ventricular assist device market is set to grow driven by increased prevalence of cardiovasicular disease and advances in technology.
Edwards Lifesciences is betting on a big opportunity in transcatheter mitral valve replacement, but offers up very few details on the status of its efforts in that area.
Wireless LVADs ReliantHeart is developing a fully implantable version of its HeartAssist5 LVAD.
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