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Possible Lawsuit: Medtronic Insulin Pump Lawsuit News and Lega...

Medtronic has so far faced at least two lawsuits alleging the Medtronic MiniMed Paradigm insulin pumps are defective and have caused the death of patients relying on the pumps to monitor blood glucose levels. There have been at least two Medtronic ... Lawyers & Settlements, 6 days ago

Medtronic responds to scathing Star Tribune investigative report

The Star Tribune published a special report on Medtronic's Infuse studies on April 10, examining the FDA studies and lawsuits against the company, but ending on CEO Omar Ishrak's plans to expand the marketshare for biografts using Infuse. On ...
 Becker's Spine Review1 month ago Medtronic Spine: Misplacement of Infuse study showing adverse effects not intentional — 7 key notes  Becker's Spine Review1 week ago How Medtronic Misplaced 1000 Negative Infuse Reports  QMED1 month ago

Medtronic, Mazor Robotics, Xtant Medical & more: 18 key notes

Here are 18 key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies over the past week. Mazor signed a commercial and investment agreement with Medtronic . Medtronic launched Spine Essentials in the United States at the Ambulatory Surgical Center ...
 Becker's Spine Review1 week ago

Insulin Pumps - Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016

GlobalData's Medical Devices sector report, Insulin Pumps Medical Devices Pipeline Assessment, 2016″ provides an overview of Insulin Pumps currently in pipeline stage. The report provides comprehensive information on the pipeline products with ...
 Before It's News1 week ago Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICD) Medical Devices Market Share Pipeline Assessment 2016  Before It's News1 week ago Problems keep growing for bone graft device manufacturer  Wolters Kluwer Law & Business1 month ago

University of Minnesota goes off-label to treat post-op pain without opioids [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]

May 15The University of Minnesota Medical Center is betting big on an off-label use of a new anesthetic, hoping doctors can use it to relieve postoperative pain without the need for addictive opioids. But some doctors worry that the hospital is ...
 Pharmacy Choice2 weeks ago
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