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Atrial Fibrillation 3-D Mapping and Imaging Acutus Medical’s catheter, called “The Katheter,” is part of a system designed to construct 3-D images and maps showing electrical activation in the heart.
Heart disease kills one in four people in the United States, but these breakthrough technologies are aiming to change that.
Boston Scientific has invested in an Israeli mitral valve replacement company since 2012, but only revealed it on Thursday after pumping new money in it.
Following the suit of Edwards Lifesciences and Abbott, Medtronic will buy a transcatheter mitral valve replacement startup for $458 million.
An analyst writes that St. Jude Medical's novel implantable heart failure monitoring system may overwhelm some medical centers not equipped to manage influx of data.
Single-lead ICDs with dual-chamber technology provide more diagnostic information with less hardware.
Leadless pacemakers promise to disrupt the CRM sector. But some challenges need to be addressed first.
Mark Carlson, St. Jude Medical’s chief medical officer, explains how the CardioMEMS HF System might evolve and shares his vision for the future of epidemic disease care.
Designing clinical trials, especially for interventional cardiology devices, is complext but proper trial design might ultimately influence reimbursement. Here are three factors to consider when designing a clinical trial.
Boston Scientific has become the first medical device company to team up with Optum Labs, the health research and innovation lab backed by insurance giant UnitedHealth. But what does this partnership really mean?