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Medtronic is working together with partners and competitors to support hospitals, healthcare workers, and patients. Our mission is our blueprint: to alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life.
Medtronic is responding to the COVID-19 crisis by making the design files for the PB560 ventilator system available to the public.
Here are the top five things Medtronic learned from the pandemic and why we won’t forget.
Temporary Limited Modifications to Bio-Medicus Adult Cannulae and Introducers, Bio-Medicus Cannulae Kits, & Bio-Medicus Pediatric Cannulae and Introducers Indications to Support Longer Duration Use in ECMO Therapy to Address COVID-19
Dr. Rob Kowal on the resurgence of remote tech for heart device patients in the wake of COVID-19
Medtronic is bringing healthcare leaders together to share successful strategies for fighting COVID-19 and navigating a new era of in-patient care.
With a global pandemic still raging in parts of the world, Medtronic is helping stretched-thin clinicians work quickly, safely, and efficiently with the help of remote technology.
Medtronic CEO talks with TriplePundit about delivering on our Mission during a pandemic.
Medtronic is publicly sharing the design specifications for the Puritan Bennett™ 560 (PB 560) to enable participants across industries to evaluate options for rapid ventilator manufacturing to help doctors and patients dealing with COVID-19.
Response to published recommendations that healthcare providers use smoke evacuation devices in open and laparoscopic procedures in addition to ensuring that proper personal protective equipment (PPE) is used.
May 7, 2020 — Medtronic is creating new ways of working across industries to help bring innovators together and speed the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “COVID-19 is presenting the...
Medtronic will donate sensors, infusion sets and reservoirs, which will be distributed by Insulin for Life USA to patients on insulin pump therapy experiencing financial hardships as a result of COVID-19.
Medtronic technology helps healthcare professionals and patients adapt
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, ~30% of all hospitalized COVID-19 patients will require some type of ventilation.1 View the infographic below and video above to learn about what ventilators...
Customers, Partners, and Patients, April 6, 2020 - The world is facing an unprecedented human challenge with COVID-19, and this virus requires an unprecedented response. We face this challenge...
The company is announcing solid progress in the ramp-up of its ventilator production, as well as collaborating with technology partners and governments to drive new ventilator innovation and production, all in support of COVID-19 patients worldwide.
Response to New York Times article mentioning Medtronic on March 29, 2020.
Executive Vice President Bob White discusses how Medtronic is mobilizing to increase our production.
Medtronic Care Management Services offers new solutions to help evaluate and monitor patients for COVID-19
Amid a global pandemic, employees band together to power ventilator production.
Donation is focused on supporting and equipping Frontline Health Workers globally and investing in responsive local efforts that assist vulnerable populations.
The company has increased production by more than 40 percent to date and is on track to more than double its capacity to manufacture and supply ventilators in response to the urgent needs of patients and healthcare systems across the globe confronting COVID-19.
We are focused on keeping employees safe as we work to provide healthcare teams with the lifesaving products they need to continue to treat patients around the world.
Giving includes Medtronic Foundation cash donations to partners and product donations from the company including respirator masks, nitrile gloves, ventilators and pulse oximeters
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