The St. Paul, Minnesota company that got national attention for a viral YouTube video last month is looking to raise up to $20 million in equity offerings.
The Active Knee System was featured on The Dr. Oz Show Wednesday in a segment on magnetic therapy for treating pain.
A new Medtronic system that uses motion-sensor technology to adjust stimulation levels in patients with chronic leg and back pain has won FDA approval.
The Eden Prairie-based health IT service provider has announced the launch an effort to provide insight and guidance on the complex and evolving healthcare landscape in the U.S.
Mayo has launched a free iPad app to distribute an interactive version of its research magazine, Discovery’s Edge.
If the Mayo brothers were around today, they’d be great tweeters. At least that’s what the healthcare social media gurus at Mayo Clinic think of their organization’s founders.
Medtronic is preparing to begin trial of a low-glucose suspense system, but the United States is still behind in giving patients the Holy Grail of type 1 diabetes treatment, the artificial pancreas.
The Optum division of UnitedHealth Group is partnering with the Lifeline Hospital Group in Abu Dhabi to bring Optum’s health IT services into the Middle East.
Medtronic’s CoreValve System is using a new direct aortic approach in patients with severe aortic stenosis.
Research with stem cells show promise in treating Parkinson’s and diabetes among other conditions.
After ousting the inventor of its technology from its board of directors and hiring Tim Pawlenty, Glencoe, MN-based biotech company Miromatrix is on its way to launching its first product.
Medtronic introduced a new approach to minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery that the company says allows the procedure to be performed through smaller incisions in the middle-lower back.
Despite suggestions that Medtronic spin off its troubled spine business, CEO Omar Ishrak told Reuters on Friday that Medtronic sees no benefit in doing so.
Medtronic has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for a stent system for the treatment of peripheral artery disease.
A researcher has completed work on a joystick-controlled, eye-surgery robot, and hopes to begin operating in about five years.
We’re comfortable using small lab animals in medicine, but what about on large pythons? Researchers are turning to pythons for hints on repairing the human heart.
A Minnesota producer of material used in heart-bypass surgeries has made a deal that secures that company up to $20 million in fresh investment.
A Minnesota entrepreneur is taking the the deep-discount group-purchasing business into consumer health in what he describes as the “gluten-free Groupon.”
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