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In Brief: Medtronic

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Medtronic: Receives FDA go-ahead to market its Jewel Plus Active Can (Model 7220C) implantable-cardioverter-defibrillator, the company announces May 10. The 34-joule device incorporates Medtronic's Flashback memory feature, which Medtronic says "provides key information about the history and onset of tachyarrhythmia episodes," and the firm's Marker Channel technology, which "aids precise diagnosis by indicating device response." In addition, the device features a "new interval plotting capability (graphic display of episode characteristics) for stored tachyarrhythmia episodes," the firm says. Medtronic also releases commercially its Transvene tined silicone lead (Model 6934S), which it says is the "world's first tachyarrhythmia lead employing a steroid-eluting electrode to minimize scar-tissue formation at the endocardial wall and thus enhance sensing performance"...

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