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The publication’s annual list of Most Admired Companies includes Medtronic.
Program celebrates 5th year and recognizes people who are “giving on” after overcoming health challenges with the help of medical technology.
FDA approves HeartWare™ HVAD™ System as a ‘destination therapy’ for patients with severe heart failure.
All production at all facilities are operating at pre-hurricane levels.
Thousands receive water and electricity after Medtronic assists with critical repairs.
Medtronic is working with communities in Puerto Rico to help citizens in need and speed up the island’s recovery.
Real-world clinical data is key to creating more effective medical devices and improving patient health.
As the nation pauses to honor men and women who served, Medtronic works to address veterans’ issues.
In its annual list of up-and-coming technologies, the hospital gives the Medtronic MiniMed™670G the number one spot.
New numbers are in - improvements at New Brunswick Heart Center are already evident since the partnership began.
3D printing isn’t really printing at all. The less-familiar term is additive manufacturing – building an object one very thin layer at a time – on a precision machine similar in size and...
The facility will focus on expanding expertise, providing innovative training, and improving the local healthcare industry in rural parts of the country.
More than 10,000 patients have now received the world’s smallest pacemaker.
Medtronic welcomed its inaugural Global Champions Team to Minnesota, where they were honored and participated in the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon and Medtronic TC 10-Mile Race.
As Medtronic receives national recognition for its focus on employee health, a partnership with the Minnesota Vikings is impacting the local community.
Nitinol is 10 times more flexible than ordinary metal and a key ingredient in new, innovative devices.
The Bakken Society holds annual colloquium to induct new members and leads important discussions around the future of the biomedical device industry.
Maximizing the impact of a global innovation ecosystem.
After Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, Texas, Medtronic employees took action – including one man who put work on hold and rescued flood victims trapped in their homes.
More clinics and hospitals are using telemedicine to connect patients to care when every second counts.
Medtronic forms first-of-its-kind Hospital IT Advisory Board – a chance for tech leaders to partner and plan for the future.
Earl is a U of M alum; honor recognizes his “legacy of innovation and healing.”
In seemingly perfect shape on the surface, 26-year-old Andrew “AJ” Jones went from being a fitness model to fighting for his life.
FDA expands approved use of revolutionary technology.
Inside the MiniMed™ 670G system lies a math equation that took nearly a decade for Medtronic scientists to put together.