You can mend a broken heart

But it requires specialized training that is challenging under the best of circumstances. The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery cites a shrinking applicant pool, high attrition rates, an aging thoracic surgery workforce and resident workweeks greater than 80 hours as significant challenges to surgical training. New, potentially life-saving devices can get stopped at the […]

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Direct-to-Patient Medical Device Marketing

Michaela M. of Medtronic receives the PulseMDM Golden Heart Award for outstanding dedication to custom anatomy model development and for creating an exceptional direct-to-patient experience. Direct-to-Patient medical device marketing can happen at every targeted clinicians office, hospital and healthcare facility. A custom anatomy model will highlight your product differentiators and make your story understandable and […]

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When in-situ is out-of-sight

When in-situ is out-of-sight, clear anatomy models give surgeons simultaneous visual & physical experience with your medical device. If you are deploying your device into a valve, navigating a vessel, maneuvering through a stricture, advancing through a tract, or locating a specific spot inside an organ, the path and the anatomy target can be made […]

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