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Latest Sinoatrial arrest Stories

2010-07-06 13:39:24

Scientists at The University of Manchester have solved a mystery connected with why people die from sudden cardiac arrest during sleep "“ potentially saving thousands of lives. The pioneering research, using detailed computer models, could help save lives through preventative treatment of those most at risk from a form of heart rhythm disorder called sick sinus syndrome. This occurs when the activity of the heart's pacemaker, the sinoatrial node, is impaired. Up to now, no-one has been...

2008-08-07 09:01:05

The Sorin Group (MIL:SRN), the largest European cardiovascular company and world leader in medical technologies for cardiac surgery, announced today the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval to market the REPLY(TM) family of dual and single chamber pacemakers. The REPLY pacemaker, the world's smallest dual chamber pacemaker at 8cc's, is Sorin Group's next pacing evolution designed to reduce ventricular pacing and promote natural cardiac function. REPLY integrates Sorin...

2007-08-09 12:04:00

Study Will Look Into the Evolution Of AV Conduction Disorders in Pacemaker Patients. ELA Medical, Inc., a Sorin Group company (MIL:SRN) that specializes in the design and manufacture of implantable pacemakers and defibrillators, announced the first U.S. implant in NATURE, an observational study that will enroll 1,440 patients in North America and Europe. The objective of the NATURE study is to observe the evolution of atrio-ventricular conduction disorders in pacemaker patients over...