News - 19 Mar 2019
In the year after the placement of a CardioMEMS heart failure sensor—developed to wirelessly measure and track pulmonary artery pressures that can signal deteriorating heart...
Article - 20 Feb 2023
Scientists in the UK have pioneered a novel procedure using sensor technologies that may improve the early detection of heart failure.
News - 13 Dec 2022
Heart failure affects approximately 64 million people worldwide. The American Heart Association estimates that 6.2 million adult Americans currently have heart failure, and that number will rise to 8...
News - 26 Feb 2020
A study headed by researchers from the University of Utah Health and VA Salt Lake City Health Care System has proposed a new wearable sensor that operates together with artificial intelligence...
News - 21 Jun 2017
In a Canadian first, a medical team has implanted a wireless device inside a heart failure patient, permitting clinicians to monitor the patient's cardiovascular status – virtually and in...
News - 22 Nov 2016
According to John Boehmer, professor of medicine at Penn State College of Medicine, a set of sensors can detect when a patient’s condition is worsening and predict heart failure events. He...
News - 6 May 2016
LivaNova, PLC, a market-leading medical technology and innovation company, today announced results from the RESPOND-CRT clinical trial, showing that a 35% risk reduction in heart failure...
News - 22 Jun 2015
Patients with moderate heart failure now have a new option to help manage their chronic disease and reduce their chance of being readmitted to the hospital. Scott & White Memorial – Temple...
News - 3 Jun 2013
The military has for decades used sonar for underwater communication. Now, researchers at the University at Buffalo are developing a miniaturized version of the same technology to be applied inside...
News - 6 Oct 2012
A new study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden demonstrates that a change in the ECG wave called the QRS prolongation is associated with a higher rate of heart-failure mortality. According to the...