The Danvers, MA-based company is poised to invest $15 million in Shockwave Medical and work on a training and education program with the intravascular lithotripsy specialist.
The Galway, Ireland-based company has raised $30 million to help develop its approach to drain the excess fluid found in acute decompensated heart failure patients.
The partnership between Edwards Lifesciences and Bay Labs continues the trend of larger medtech firms teaming up with companies in the artificial intelligence space to enhance existing devices.
The Marlborough, MA-based company said it could pick up a CE mark for the endoscopic ablation system sometime in mid-2019.
JenaValve has received a nod from FDA to expand enrollment in an IDE of its TAVR system. The measure comes at a time when the TAVR landscape is expected to shift.
The developer of precision vascular robotics announced its CorPath GRX System was successfully used in robotic-assisted coronary interventions.
Daxor’s new technology designed to measure blood volume has the potential to reduce patient readmission rates and improve outcomes for patients suffering from acute heart failure.
The release of the ST LEUIS trial data comes on the heels of Apple receiving FDA clearance for an ECG app for the Apple Watch.
The Santa Clara, CA-based company filed its PMA submission with FDA earlier this year and hopes to be able to launch the technology in the first half of 2019.
FDA has approved the use of Abbott's Heartmate 3 device for advanced heart failure patients who are not eligible for a transplant. These patients will live with their device for the rest of their life.
Abbott Laboratories presented some disappointing data for its bioresorbable stent program at TCT, but it was a different story for Reva Medical's scaffold.
The Minneapolis-based company is developing a low-energy implantable defibrillation therapy designed to more gently restore normal heart rhythm.