Information about a new approach to traditional bypass surgery.
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a sudden, abrupt loss of heart function. Most SCA episodes are caused by the rapid and/or chaotic activity of the heart known as ventricular tachycardia (VT) or ventricular fibrillation (VF). These are abnormalities of the heart’s electrical conduction system. SCA claims the lives of nearly 1,000 Americans each day – many of these deaths are preventable.
Information about the Reveal LINQ II ICM designed to give physicians valuable insights that could help identify the cause of unexplained fainting.
Information about the Reveal LINQ II ICM – a miniaturized implantable cardiac monitor designed to help physicians quickly and accurately diagnose irregular heartbeats.
Information about devices implanted in the chest to treat hearts that tend to beat too slowly to support the needs of the human circulatory system.