SPOTLIGHT: St. Jude gets OK for radio-frequency heart implants


St. Jude Medical got the FDA's OK for its first wireless devices to treat patients with heart failure and irregular heartbeat. The devices allow programmers to use radio frequency technology to reformat settings, and they include patient-management tools that can monitor patients' exercise.ᅠReport

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