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Advancing Science for Life
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In the S-ICD Post-market Approval Study, the S-ICD demonstrated high conversion rates of induced VT/VF http://bit.ly/2yOf1OH
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We conducted an in-depth analysis of 9,000 patients with defibrillators powered by EnduraLife technology. See what the real-world data shows about our defibrillator battery longevity projections. http://bit.ly/2yJHchC
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Electroanatomical mapping technology has evolved quite a bit since its inception. See a graphical representation. http://bit.ly/2io70JM
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Are you familiar with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommendation on which CRT-Ds offer extended battery life? http://bit.ly/2gOG6HB
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Patients have questions about their risk of SCA? This Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month, find resources to share with your patients: http://bit.ly/2ihfVwz
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How does point-by-point vs. rapid ultra-high resolution electroanatomical mapping in AF differ? See the results. http://bit.ly/2elzHln

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Shared decision-making is an integral component of LAAC therapy. Check out AHRQ’s SHARE Approach and other resources for implementing shared decision-making in clinical practice. http://bit.ly/2t4KBTe

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“The IntellaNav™ OI Ablation Catheter brings the ability to have both an OI catheter and to have magnetic tracking of the catheter for the first time to the RHYTHMIA™ Mapping System,” shares Dr. Ken Stein. http://bit.ly/2sWTXjP

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Attending the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses conference this week? Be sure to catch Dr. Boehmer as he discusses the results from the MultiSENSE study. Stop by our booth, 209, to learn about HeartLogic™, available in our newest family of CRT-Ds and ICDs. http://bit.ly/2sFBk3P
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Electrophysiologist Pop Quiz! What percentage of ICD recipients were candidates for S-ICD based on lack of a bradycardia or CRT indication [featured in Friedman DJ, et al. “Trends and In-Hospital Outcomes Associated with Adoption of the S-ICD in the U.S.” in JAMA Cardiology 2016]? http://bit.ly/2rMXgwD
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