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Boston Scientific Announces Three FDA Product Approvals for Its Cardiac Rhythm Management Business
Date:2/25/2008

LIVIAN CRT-D enables physicians to provide patients with individualized therapy using the following features:

-- SmartDelay(TM): quickly proposes programmable device settings, which

enables physicians to tailor individualized pacing therapies for their

patients

-- Bi-V Trigger with ventricular rate regulation: helps physicians manage

heart failure patients with frequent atrial arrhythmias

Upgraded LATITUDE Patient Management System The upgraded LATITUDE Patient Management system has enhanced remote monitoring capabilities that include:

-- A new alert in the CONFIENT ICD that notifies physicians if a

patient's percentage of right ventricular pacing increases above a

programmable threshold

-- A new alert in the LIVIAN CRT-D that notifies physicians if a

patient's percentage of biventricular pacing falls below a

programmable threshold

-- A programmable atrial arrhythmia burden alert in the CONFIENT ICD and

the LIVIAN CRT-D that enables physicians to detect and manage

arrhythmias. Patients with atrial fibrillation, particularly those

with heart failure, are at risk of stroke. By identifying arrhythmias

earlier, physicians can intervene with treatments to decrease this

risk.

Both the CONFIENT ICD and LIVIAN CRT-D enable physicians to manage their patients wirelessly on the LATITUDE Patient Management System. The LATITUDE system helps physicians impact patient outcomes by notifying them of changes in a patient's clinical status between normally scheduled follow-ups, enabling them to intervene earlier in a patient's care.

"These technologies are welcome improvements that are designed to provide earlier insight into changing patient conditions and enable me to devote time to patients who need me the most," said Brian Olshansky, M.D., Professor of Medicine, University of Iowa Hospit
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