Cardiovascular Catch-Up: Abbott, Medtronic, Boston Scientific Stay Hot During Summer
June, July and August brought a number of important new approvals and trial announcements from the major cardiac device companies. Here are some of the highlights you might have missed during the summer.
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CSI markets minimally invasive devices to remove vascular plaques and has a full pipeline of complementary vascular intervention technologies. Abbott expects CSI’s products to complement its existing coronary intervention business and expand its presence in the peripheral market.
Cardiovascular Catch-Up: Cardiac Implants Puts Ring Around Tricuspid Annulus; Boston Scientific’s Acurate neo2 TAVR Progresses; Medtronic Promotes New Stroke Plan
This edition of Medtech Insight’s regular round-up of some recent cardiovascular technology news and conversations you may have missed, including updates from Cardiac Implants, Boston Scientific, HeartBeam and Medtronic.
The US FDA approved Aveir VR to treat significant bradycardia on 4 April. It is the world’s only leadless pacemaker with Abbott’s proprietary mapping capability that helps physicians correctly position the device inside the right ventricle.