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Jan. 5, 2007 — A report in the January issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology finds that as many as ...

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Jan. 5, 2007 — A French court has ruled that Abbott Laboratories’ Xience V drug-eluting coronary stents infringe patents ...

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Jan. 5, 2007 — An announcement from AstraZeneca is expected soon about the company’s experimental heart drug AGI-1067, the company’s partner AtheroGenics Inc. hopes to present results from a pivotal Phase III clinical trial to the American College of Cardiology (ACC) meeting in New Orleans.

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Jan. 5, 2007 — MedicalCV, Inc., a cardiovascular surgery company, says it will amend its 510(k) submission for clearance ...

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Non-white, low-income patients without commercial insurance are more likely to delay diagnosis of peripheral vascular ...

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AP reports that a Dec. 27 Medicare proposal may could double the number of hospitals authorized to implant the HeartMate ...

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HMS Technologies, Inc. (HMS), the exclusive federal distributor for the commercial versions of the EZ-IO Emergency ...

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Dual-chamber pacing coupled with Boston Scientific's AV Search Hysteresis (AVSH) programming has the potential to reduce ...

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A review by physicians at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine shows that Vitamin B12 ...

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Heartwire cites results of a new study finding that current heart-failure performance measures, with the exception of ...

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Reuters reports that a study of military veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder showed that more severe their anxiety, the greater their risk of heart disease. Adding to the long-recognized connection between stress and heart disease, researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston said that relationship existed among nearly 2,000 Boston-area veterans.

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Implant Sciences Corp. a wholly-owned German subsidiary of CorNova, Inc., has received CE Mark marketing approval for ...

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Swiss researchers may have discovered the reason drug-eluting stents cause thrombosis, and their study results are ...

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A new intravascular MRI catheter developed by Topspin Medical has received CE Mark approval, and the Israeli company ...

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The first patients to receive a new, implanted heart-monitoring device underwent procedures recently at the Clinica ...

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