Clinical Trials Increase the Tempo in Cardiac Rhythm Management
This article was originally published in Start Up
The pace is picking up in several markets for arrhythmia management devices, according to a report published in January 2005 by Medtech Insight. Driving new growth are demographic factors, advanced technologies, and clinical trials demonstrating the cost-effectiveness of expensive implantable devicies over drug therapies.
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