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A Norwegian SME company providing a combined temporary bipolar pacing lead (TME) and heart sensor for monitoring patients undergoing cardiac surgery. The ambition of the company is to radically improve heart function assessment in high risk cardiac patients during and post open-heart surgeries.
Specialized in cardiac stimulation, cardiac sensing and RF-ablation. With over 200 issued patents including the first electrode shaft of a permanent stimulation electrode with lifetime guarantee against breaking. Many of their key inventions are now considered worldwide standards.
The Department of Cardio-thoracic Surgery is a national reference center within cardiac surgery and handles 40% of the national volume. The department covers all fields within cardiac surgery for adults and children and has considerable experience in the treatment of various conditions. The department reports very good results to the national and also to various international registers that shows achieved results that are equal to, or exceeds, comparable centres.
The Department of Cardio-thoracic and Vascular Surgery at Aarhus University Hospital is an internationally renowned and highly specialized department for diagnosis and state-of-the-art treatment of cardiac diseases. It has gained an international profile for a focused multidisciplinary team approach for diagnosis and state-of-the-art treatment for a wide spectrum of cardio-thoracic and vascular diseases.
One of the leading and largest organizations in the field of cardiac surgeries worldwide. Core business of the DHZB is to provide healthcare for which special knowledge is required, provide leading research and offer excellent education to students, medical doctors, researchers and other healthcare providers ultimately aiming to offer patients the best possible care. The DHZB has a strong track record in both pre- and clinical research and forges strong links with scientific institutions across the world.