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ACC 2018 Preview: Zoll's LifeVest, Abbott's HeartMate 3 And Amplatzer, Late-Breaking Trial Devices

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New clinical data with the potential to change clinical practice will be presented at the 2018 American College of Cardiology Scientific Session and Expo in Orlando, Fla., Mar. 10-12. Among the planned late-breaking trials and featured research presentations is a study of Zoll's LifeVest wearable external cardioverter-defibrillator following a heart attack; new results from a trial of Abbott's Amplatzer PFO-closure device, and long-term data on Abbott's HeartMate 3 ventricular assist device.

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