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July 3, 2014
05:09 EDTMDTMedtronic announces insulin pump more effective than daily injection
Medtronic announced the results of the global OpT2mise trial, which included eight participating centres in Canada. The results showed that MiniMed insulin pumps safely achieve better glucose control for people with insulin-requiring type 2 diabetes than multiple daily injections. While the benefits of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion with an insulin pump for people with type 1 diabetes are well proven, this is the largest global study to evaluate the comparative efficacy of CSII with an insulin pump versus multiple daily insulin injections in people with type 2 diabetes with poor glycemic control. In the OpT2mise trial, those using insulin pumps achieved a mean A1C reduction of 1.1 percent compared to only a 0.4 percent reduction by those using multiple daily injections. This improvement in glucose control was achieved without any episodes of severe hypoglycemia. In addition, those in the insulin pump group lowered the total daily dose of insulin by more than 20 percent. There was no difference in weight gain between the two groups.
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08:05 EDTMDTMedtronic says NICE issues positive guidance for insulin pump systems
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09:12 EDTMDTMedtronic reports results from retrospective analysis of iPro2 Professional CGM
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08:05 EDTMDTMedtronic receives FDA approval for MRI CRT-D
Medtronic announced that it has received FDA approval for the first and only magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, conditional cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillators, or CRT-Ds, for the treatment of heart failure. The Medtronic Amplia MRI Quad CRT-D SureScan and Compia MRI Quad CRT-D SureScan systems are approved for MRI scans on any part of the body without positioning restrictions. Now, patients in the U.S. who receive these devices, which help treat their heart failure and reduce their risk of sudden cardiac arrest, have access to MRI scans if and when they need them. Both CRT-D systems will be commercially available in the coming months.
February 1, 2016
10:02 EDTMDTMedtronic announced CE Mark, commercial launch for Resolute Onyx expansion
Medtronic announced the recent CE Mark and commercial launch for an expanded size matrix of the Resolute Onyx DES, a next generation drug-eluting stent that is now available in 4.5mm and 5.0mm diameter sizes. The CE Mark also approved several new product indications including treatment of left main vessels and small vessels. Many coronary vessels are large in diameter of which a sub-set are left main, and now physicians can treat these large vessels with optimally sized stents that provide appropriate drug concentration. Resolute Onyx is the first DES available in these sizes among major manufacturers, offering the broadest size matrix to optimize the treatment of complex clinical scenarios. The Resolute Onyx DES is not commercially available in the United States.
08:05 EDTMDTMedtronic acquires Bellco
Medtronic announced it acquired privately-held Bellco, a pioneer in hemodialysis treatment solutions. Bellco's portfolio bolsters Medtronic's legacy renal access business and will be a foundational component of the company's recently formed Renal Care Solutions business. The Bellco transaction is expected to meet Medtronic's long-term financial metrics for acquisitions. Medtronic expects the net impact from the transaction to be earnings neutral in FY16 and neutral to accretive to earnings thereafter.

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