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St. Jude gets FDA approval for wireless pacemaker – Remote and Home Data Reporting Capabilities

Posted Jul 21 2009 10:46pm

Merlin is the St. Jude wireless system and you can read at the link below about the collaboration between devices and HealthVault for personal health records too.  Implanted devices are getting smarter. 

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St.Jude Collaborates With Microsoft HealthVault

I have covered quite a bit about implanted devices that now send text messages as well.  One more good reason for a HealthVault account if you have an implanted device.  BD 

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St. Jude Medical Inc. received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a pair of wireless-ready pacemakers. image

Little Canada-based St. Jude (NYSE:STJ) said the new pacemakers — called the Accent RF pacemaker and Anthem RF CRT-P (for cardiac resynchronization therapy pacemakers) — are can wirelessly communicate with a programmer used by the clinician or a home monitor. Wireless communication is used when clinicians implant the device and during follow-up appointments, which can be performed in the clinic or via remote monitoring from the patient’s home.

St. Jude gets FDA approval for wireless pacemaker - Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal:

Related Reading:

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St.Jude Collaborates With Microsoft HealthVault
St. Jude Medical Announces FDA Approval Of Next Generation Internet-Based Data Management System For Implantable Cardiac Devices, USA
St. Jude Medical - FDA Approval of Internet Based Data Management for Implantable Cardiac Devices

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