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Algostim – Greatbatch’s Own Spinal Cord Stimulation System

  Greatbatch Medical, which moved its headquarters to the Dallas, TX area last year, announced that it has set a target of at least 5%/yr organic growth.  To accomplish this growth, the Company recently announced consolidating operations of its various divisions in order to create efficiency. In addition however, Greatbatch is diversifying from being strictly a

 
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Greatbatch Reorganizes to Combine Greatbatch Medical and Electrochem Solutions

On June 5, 2013 Greatbatch, Inc. announced  that it would combine Greatbatch Medical and Electrochem Solutions – which have been operating independent operations and sales & marketing groups – into singular sales & marketing and operations groups serving the entire Greatbatch organization.  According to the press release: “We’ve spent the past eight years successfully integrating and consolidating

 
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Why Do So Many Novel Implantables Use a “Boxy” Enclosure?

  Active implantable medical devices are typically enclosed in a hermetically-sealed titanium housing which provides protection of the circuitry and other components. Commonly, Grade 1 titanium is formed into the enclosure using stamping. The pretty, rounded shapes of modern pacemakers and ICDs are achieved by having two enclosure halves shallowly stamped from sheet stock material,

 
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