cardiac pacemaker


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cardiac pacemaker

[′kärd·ē‚ak ′pā‚smā·kər]
(medicine)
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Cardiac Pacemakers Market - Global Devices and Technologies Analysis and Forecast 2013-2020, the cardiac pacemakers market was valued at USD 5,558 Million in 2014 and is estimated to reach USD 8,657 Million by 2020, at a CAGR of 6.
In addition to demographic data (age, gender), information was gathered on the cardiac pacemaker (type of device and reason for insertion), current cardiac medications, ECT (dose, electrode placement, and duration of electroencephalograph (EEG) and motor seizure), anaesthesia technique and complications.
This is a potentially fatal condition that can only be treated a the moment by implanting a cardiac pacemaker.
Page 15-17: Cardiac Pacemaker Market - Key features
Slide 7: Cardiac Pacemaker - Market overview, Market size and Growth (Volume-Wise: 2012 - 2018e), Market Size and Growth (Value-Wise: 2012 - 2018e)
Introduction II-1 Market Restraints II-1 Decline in Average Selling Price II-1 Recalls and Safety Alerts II-2 Threat form CRT-D Devices II-2 Growth Drivers II-2 Pacemakers Ensure Effective Management of Non-Systolic Heart Failures II-2 Advent of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) II-3 Leading Players and CRT Pacemakers II-3 Innovations Spark Growth II-4 Technologically Advanced Compact Models Hold Growth Potential II-4 Remote Monitoring Capabilities Expand Cardiac Pacemaker Applications II-4 Demographics Drive Demand for Cardiological Devices II-4 Growing Proportion of Obese Population II-5
Similar to a cardiac pacemaker, this "pacemaker for pain" uses mild electrical pulses from leads selectively placed near the spinal cord to interrupt pain signals to the brain.
The focus of this work will include cardiac pacemaker and neurostimulation product used in the MRI environment.
Contract awarded for electrode for external cardiac pacemaker (j-0286 uti i)
Contract awarded for external cardiac pacemaker electrode, electrode (j-one intensive 1,310)
Biophan recently announced that it has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, or CRADA, with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help improve patient safety in MRI environments by developing guidelines and standards for assessing the safety of cardiac pacemaker and neurostimulation leads used in the MRI environment.