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TCT 2019: A Preview Of Late-Breaking Trials; Analyst Expectations

Interventional cardiologists can expect important updates on transcatheter valves and drug-eluting stents during this year's late-breaking trials presented at the annual Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics meeting next week. They include updates from Edwards Lifesciences, Medtronic, Boston Scientific and Abbott.

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Exec Chat: ResMed's CEO Mick Farrell Outlines 2025 Strategy For 250 Million Users

ResMed's CEO Mick Farrell outlined the company's 2025 strategy: double-digit growth, drive up its user base to 250 million people and becoming the leading digital health company in both sleep apnea and chronic obstructive pulmonary (COPD) disease. Medtech Insight sat down with Farrell at ResMed's San Diego headquarters to learn more.

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Pacts In Medtech: Audax Buys Hill-Rom’s Surgical Consumables; Boston Scientific To Distribute Endologix’s Products In China

Derived from Strategic Transactions, Informa's premium source for tracking life-sciences deals, the bimonthly Pacts In Medtech feature highlights notable technology alliances, research and development partnerships and commercial collaborations. This edition covers industry pacts that were signed in July and August 2019.

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Continued Risks Of Duodenoscopes Leads FDA To Recommend Disposable Cap Devices

After a study earlier this year found that fixed endcap duodenoscopes continued to pose a significant risk of infecting patients after being washed, the US agency is now urging providers to switch to newer-designed scopes that reduce or eliminate the risk from reprocessing, such as duodenoscopes that have interchangeable caps. The directive from the FDA is good news for Boston Scientific, which makes a disposable duodenoscope that is close to being approved by the agency.

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