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Innovative device manufactured in Ballybrit to benefit patients across Europe

The Promus PREMIER™ Stent System, a new generation coronary stent manufactured by Boston Scientific in Ballybrit, Galway, was successfully implanted for the first time worldwide at the Trinity Centre for Health Sciences at the 10th Annual Live PCI Course held at St. James Hospital this month. This is the seventh drug-eluting coronary stent developed and commercialised by Boston Scientific over the past 10 years.

Innovative device manufactured in Ballybrit to benefit patients across Europe

The Promus PREMIER™ Stent System, a new generation coronary stent manufactured by Boston Scientific in Ballybrit, Galway, was successfully implanted for the first time worldwide at the Trinity Centre for Health Sciences at the 10th Annual Live PCI Course held at St. James Hospital this month. This is the seventh drug-eluting coronary stent developed and commercialised by Boston Scientific over the past 10 years.

Mayo woman shortlisted for Astellas Changing Tomorrow Award

Anne Marie Walsh, a native of Claremorris, and her team, have been given national recognition for their remarkable efforts to improve the future for patients in Ireland. The Croí My Action — an innovative community based cardiovascular disease prevention programme — is one of 14 inspirational initiatives out of 109 projects entered, which have been shortlisted in this year’s Astellas Changing Tomorrow Awards.

Boost of almost €10 million for regenerative medicine research

In a major boost for regenerative medicine research in Ireland, Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe announced this week the funding of almost €10 million for the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway.

Free heart health talk in Galway next week

The Irish Heart Foundation will hold a free public talk called ‘Heart Health – What Women Need to Know’ at the Salthill Hotel on Wednesday September 22.

198 people died from cardiovascular diseases in Westmeath last year

Just under 200 people died from cardiovascular diseases in Westmeath last year according to  Professor Alice Stanton, chair of the Irish Heart Foundation’s Council on Blood Pressure.

Blood type diet

Have you ever wondered why some people are able to lose weight on a particular diet and others are not? Why some people are plagued by poor health or deterioration due to ageing, while others seem to live healthy, vital lives?

 

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