Coronavirus In Minnesota: Medtronic Gets FDA Approval To Offer Ventilator In United StatesThe average unit goes for under $10,000.
How Do Ventilators Work?“The ventilator works to provide extra oxygen to people who need it and it allows the patients to exhale so that the carbon dioxide can be removed from the body."
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Local Companies In 'Full-Court Press' To Manufacture Medical Products To Fight COVID-19As people hunker down during the COVID-19 outbreak, Minnesota companies are stepping up.
Medtronic Recalls 300K Insulin Pumps After Death, 2K InjuriesMinnesota-based Medtronic is recalling more than 300,000 insulin pumps due to a missing or broken component.
Medtronic Recalls Insulin Pumps Over Concerns For Hacking RiskIn its warning, the FDA noted that these devices pose the risk of someone nearby connecting wirelessly and then potentially hacking into the devices.
Jury Awards Doctor $112M In Dispute With MedtronicDr. Rick C. Sasso sued Medtronic, alleging that it violated a contract by not paying royalties he was due for spinal implants and screw-implant systems he invented and sold to the Minnesota-based company.
Report: Problems With Medtronic Medical Devices Affected ThousandsAccording to the report, from 2008 through 2017, there were 9,300 deaths and 292,000 injuries "potentially linked to products made by Medtronic or its subsidiaries."
'He Was A Pioneer And Visionary': Medtronic Co-Founder Earl Bakken RememberedEarl Bakken created the world's first, battery-powered cardiac pacemaker. Through the years, Medtronic’s devices got smaller, implantable and today are barely the size of a pill.
Medtronic Co-Founder Earl Bakken Dies At 94In a Facebook post, Medtronic officials say Earl Bakken died peacefully at his home on Sunday.
Minnesota Business Leaders Vow To Help Workers Struggling With AddictionThe Minnesota Business Partnership, which includes the largest companies in the state, is charging its policy to make it easier for employees struggling with addiction to seek help.
Medtronic Implantable Device Provides Alternative To OpiatesMedtronic's neurostimulator device called, “Intellis” is roughly the size of a pacemaker.