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History of Medtronic

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History of Medtronic

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Medtronic at a Glance

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Medtronic at a Glance

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Medtronic Operational Headquarters

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Medtronic Operational Headquarters

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Aortic and Peripheral Disease Management


Endurant Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Stent Graft Delivery Animation

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Joe McGrath, Director of Public Relations, CardioVascular, 707-591-7367

Endurant Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Stent Graft Delivery Animation

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A clinician demonstrates how the Endurant AAA Stent Graft is delivered in a minimally invasive procedure called endovascular aortic repair for the treatment of an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA).

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Valiant Captivia System Delivery Animation

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Joe McGrath, Director of Public Relations, CardioVascular, 707-591-7367

Valiant Captivia System Delivery Animation

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A clinician demonstrates how the Valiant Thoracic Stent Graft is delivered on the Captivia Delivery System in a minimally invasive procedure called endovascular aortic repair (EVAR) for the treatment of a thoracic aortic aneurysm (TAA).

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Cardiac Rhythm and Heart Failure Management


Medtronic Amplia MRI™ and Compia MRI™ SureScan® CRT-Ds animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Medtronic Amplia MRI™ and Compia MRI™ SureScan® CRT-Ds animation

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Evera MRI™ SureScan™ animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Evera MRI™ SureScan™ animation

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Attain Ability lead animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Attain Ability lead animation

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CareLink Patient home monitor

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

CareLink Patient home monitor

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Patient home monitor (CareLink) to transmit device data to physician, and clinician viewing data

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How the Medtronic Arctic Front Advance™ Cryoballoon works

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

How the Medtronic Arctic Front Advance™ Cryoballoon works

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Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator animation

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What is an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)? (shows fast beating heart and defibrillator therapy

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Medtronic Attain StarFix® OTW Animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Medtronic Attain StarFix® OTW Animation

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The Medtronic Attain StarFix® OTW (over-the-wire) lead (Model 4195) is the first-ever active fixation left-heart lead for cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) and has demonstrated a zero percent chronic dislodgement rate.

The Medtronic Attain StarFix steroid-eluting unipolar lead has a 5-French diameter and is available in 78, 88 and 103 cm. lengths. The Attain StarFix´s unique design includes three soft, polyurethane lobes near the lead tip that, when expanded, enable stable lead placement in the target location. The soft, pliable lobes, which can be deployed to up to a 24-French diameter - about one quarter inch - can be relaxed multiple times to allow for acute repositioning of the lead as necessary. Once deployed, the electrode is securely fixed in place, reducing the potential for dislodgement.

The Attain StarFix lead, which will be commercially available nationwide in late summer 2008, is designed to complement the Attain Model 4193 and Model 4194 over-the-wire leads. The Attain® catheters along with the Attain Hybrid® Guide Wires are used to deliver leads for precise placement in a wide variety of coronary anatomies. It can be used with any Medtronic CRT-defibrillator (CRT-D), including those within the company´s new Vision 3DTM portfolio. The new Vision 3D wireless ICD and CRT-D portfolio offers unparalleled depth and breadth of unique clinical options that are built on our industry leading pacing and ICD exclusives.

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Myocardial Infarction animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Myocardial Infarction animation

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Sudden cardiac arrest animation

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

Sudden cardiac arrest animation

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What is Atrial Fibrillation?

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Tracy McNulty, Communications Consultant, 763-526-2492

What is Atrial Fibrillation?

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Coronary and Structural Heart Disease Management


DES Procedural Animation

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Joe McGrath, Director of Public Relations, CardioVascular, 707-591-7367

DES Procedural Animation

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A drug-eluting stent is delivered during a minimally invasive procedure called percutaneous coronary intervention to treat coronary artery disease.

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Resolute Integrity DES B-roll Package

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Joe McGrath, Director of Public Relations, CardioVascular, 707-591-7367

Resolute Integrity DES B-roll Package

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The b-roll package includes interviews with Dr. Ron Caputo, an interventional cardiologist from St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse, New York, and one of his patients - Al Fortino - who was treated with the Resolute DES. It also includes product, manufacturing and procedural footage, as well as an animation showing how the Resolute Integrity DES works to treat coronary artery disease.

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Melody® TPV animation

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Kathleen Janasz, Director of Public Relations, Cardiac and Vascular Group, 763-526-3676

Melody® TPV animation

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Melody® TPV animation

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The Medtronic CoreValve® Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) System is approved to treat patients with severe aortic stenosis who are considered at high or extreme risk for open-heart surgery.

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Kathleen Janasz, Director of Public Relations, Cardiac and Vascular Group, 763-526-3676

The Medtronic CoreValve® Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) System is approved to treat patients with severe aortic stenosis who are considered at high or extreme risk for open-heart surgery.

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The Medtronic CoreValve® Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) System is approved to treat patients with severe aortic stenosis who are considered at high or extreme risk for open-heart surgery.

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Covidien Group


B-Roll

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B-Roll

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Diabetes


MiniMed Paradigm® REAL-Time System (animation)

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Amanda Sheldon, Director of Public Relations, 818-576-4826

MiniMed Paradigm® REAL-Time System (animation)

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MiniMed Paradigm® REAL-Time System (animation)

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STAR 3 BROLL

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STAR 3 BROLL

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B-roll on STAR 3 Study Results

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STAR 3 VNR

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Amanda Sheldon, Director of Public Relations, 818-576-4826

STAR 3 VNR

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Video News Release: Drs. Richard Bergenstal and Francine Kaufman Describe the STAR 3 Study Results

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Neuromodulation


Solitaire™ Device

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

Solitaire™ Device

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Research published online in The New England Journal of Medicine found that the addition of Medtronic’s Solitaire™ Devicestent thrombectomy procedure to current pharmaceutical treatment significantly reduces disability in patients suffering stroke.

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AdaptiveStim therapy

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

AdaptiveStim therapy

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Neurostimulation therapy. Silhouette of human body with pain, pain signals and placement of neurostimulator and leads within the body.

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Conventional neuro stimulation

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

Conventional neuro stimulation

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Conventional stimulation. Neurostimulation systems consist of an implantable medical device similar to a pacemaker to interrupt pain signals from reaching the brain. The treatment has become a mainstay of chronic pain management; however, a change in body position (e.g., sitting up or lying down) can result in an increase or decrease in the intensity of stimulation as a patient?s spinal cord moves closer or further away from the stimulation site.

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Eric Grigsby, M.D., Napa Pain Institute, Napa, California

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

Eric Grigsby, M.D., Napa Pain Institute, Napa, California

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Eric Grigsby, M.D., Napa Pain Institute, Napa, California

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Eric Grigsby, M.D., Napa Pain Institute, Napa, California #2

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

Eric Grigsby, M.D., Napa Pain Institute, Napa, California #2

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Eric Grigsby, M.D., Napa Pain Institute, Napa, California

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Normal spinal cord function

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

Normal spinal cord function

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Spinal cord movement

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Position adaptive stimulation

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Donna Marquard, Director of Public Relations, Neuromodulation, 763-526-6248

Position adaptive stimulation

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Position-adaptive stimulation. AdaptiveStimTM with RestoreSensorTM uses proprietary motion sensor technology to automatically adapt stimulation levels to the needs of people with chronic back and/or leg pain by recognizing and remembering the correlation between a change in body position and the level of stimulation needed.

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Spine


OsteoCool™ RF Ablation System

OsteoCool™ RF Ablation Technology Overview

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Medtronic INFUSE® Bone Graft Video

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Bert Kelly

Medtronic INFUSE® Bone Graft Video

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Medtronic INFUSE® Bone Graft Video

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INTER FIXTM implants and instruments, INTER FIXTM RP implants and instruments, INTER FIXTM device + INFUSE® bone graft , INTER FIXTM RP device + INFUSE® bone graft, LT-CAGE® implants and instruments, LT CAGE® device + INFUSE® bone graft, AFFINITY® implants and instruments, cage removal instruments, BUTTERFLYTM implants, NOVUS threaded cages (international only), anterior laparoscopic instrument set, cylindrical endoscopic instrument set, ALIF guide tube instruments, PLIF guide tube instruments, LORDOTECTM implants and instruments, PRECISION-GRAFTTM instruments, BOOMERANG® PEEK-strutted end piece, TANGENT® instrument sets that include slap hammer and chisel, UNIONTM instruments, BRYAN® TCD instruments, CAPSTONETM distractors and slap hammer, PYRAMETRIX® ADVANCE impacted distractors, TELAMON Ti (International) and TELAMON® instruments with guide tubes incorporates technology developed by Gary K. Michelson, M.D.

MD I through MD IV Bone Dowels implant methods and instruments incorporate technology developed by Gary K. Michelson, M.D.

ZEPHIRTM, PREMIER®, and ATLANTIS® products are licensed under one or more of G. Karlin Michelson, M.D., Patent Nos.: 6,193,721; 6,398,783; 6,454,771.

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Medtronic Minimal Access Spinal Technologies Video

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Bert Kelly

Medtronic Minimal Access Spinal Technologies Video

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Medtronic Minimal Access Spinal Technologies Video and Animation

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Surgical Technologies


O-Arm Imaging and StealthStation Systems Video – spine operating room

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Natalie St. Denis, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications eMarketing, 720-890-3314

O-Arm Imaging and StealthStation Systems Video – spine operating room

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The O-arm® Surgical Imaging System is a multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform for use in spine, orthopaedic, and trauma-related surgeries. It is the only imaging device designed to also work as a surgical instrument. The StealthStation® S7® surgical navigation system offers many benefits to the surgeon and OR staff including: Integration with intraoperative imaging systems, optical or electromagnetic surgical instrument tracking during surgery, high-resolution, wide screen monitor, easy access to pre-op exams.

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O-Arm Imaging and StealthStation Systems Video – cranial operating room

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Natalie St. Denis, Senior Manager, Corporate Communications eMarketing, 720-890-3314

O-Arm Imaging and StealthStation Systems Video – cranial operating room

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The O-arm® Surgical Imaging System is a multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform for use in spine, orthopaedic, and trauma-related surgeries. It is the only imaging device designed to also work as a surgical instrument. The StealthStation® S7® surgical navigation system offers many benefits to the surgeon and OR staff including: Integration with intraoperative imaging systems, optical or electromagnetic surgical instrument tracking during surgery, high-resolution, wide screen monitor, easy access to pre-op exams.

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