the wall... one day you can frame your GED and be quite proud....99.1
Press Release - Sunshine Heart to Provide Case Studies from North American Feasibility Trial and Updates on OPTIONS HF and COUNTER HF™ at 2014 Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) Conference
Presentation - Dr. Sanjeev Aggarwal, Director of Mechanical Circulatory Support at St. Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute
Presentation - Christopher Bowles, PhD, Artificial Heart Specialist at Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust & Imperial College London
Presentation - Dr. William E. Cohn, Director of Minimally Invasive Surgical Technology at Texas Heart Institute at St. Luke’s Medical Center
on various yahoo bd... these guys need a good procto doc..... too funny
get a grip... will be 7.00 by Fri PM
poor me just happy go lucky with 15k shares waiting for 1/16 or 1/17 when I may think about selling.... need to know a little about you buy boys .... talk with your Cardiologist or visit a site...:)
dislike everything ego see there post.... too funny if not sad.
6:04 am Sunshine Heart to provide clinical updates from the North American feasibility study (SSH) : Co announced that follow-up data from six patients implanted with the C-Pulse Heart Assist System at St. Luke's Hospital -- Mid America Heart Institute, as part of a FDA approved, North American Feasibility Study.
•Safety endpoints at 6 months demonstrated that there were no device related deaths, neurological events, aortic disruptions, myocardial infarctions, and mediastinal infections.
•One patient was transitioned to an implantable LVAD 97 days post C-pulse implantation due to worsening heart failure symptoms.
•Two patients remain clinically stable on C-Pulse support at 1178 and 982 days respectively, and have showed improvement in NYHA class, 6-minute walk test, and quality of life scores.
•The other three patients all demonstrated clinically significant improvement allowing for discontinuation of C-Pulse support with explantation of the percutaneous lead and continue to be followed.
attend Investors Conference - Mgmt and PI would be in attendance along with Cardiologist from Tx Heart Institute.. why so foolish an post on and on and on.. Come get your answers - then post :)
Bigs could ask questions of Cardiologist and SSH Mgmt. Just a train ride from NY to DC. then if really interesting in HF he could hear from the experts. In addition, the Company will host an analyst and investor breakfast on Tuesday, September 16th at 7:00 a.m. (EDT) held at the Grand Hyatt Washington. Management will provide a brief corporate update followed by physician presentations listed below:
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I mean MDs, Mgmt of SSH if you are seriously interested just a train ride down...analyst and investor breakfast on Tuesday, September 16th at 7:00 a.m. (EDT) held at the Grand Hyatt Washington
On Tuesday, September 16th, there will be an oral presentation as part of the day's session entitled, "Myocardial Recovery in Ambulatory Heart Failure Patients Treated with the C-Pulse Cardiac Assist System: A Single-Center Experience." The oral presentation will be included in Session II: Mechanical Circulatory Support for Chronic CHF at 4:48 p.m. (EDT) in Level 1, Room 152A/B. The oral presentation will be led by Dr. Sanjeev Aggarwal, MD, Director of Mechanical Circulatory Support at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute.
In addition, the Company will host an analyst and investor breakfast on Tuesday, September 16th at 7:00 a.m. (EDT) held at the Grand Hyatt Washington. Management will provide a brief corporate update followed by physician presentations listed below:
Dr. Sanjeev Aggarwal, Mid America Heart Institute - Single Center Experience with Patient Weaning from the US Feasibility Trial and thoughts from a leading enroller in the COUNTER HF™ US Pivotal Study
Christopher Bowles, PhD, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust & Imperial College London - OPTIONS HF Post Market Multicenter Trial: Early Experience in Europe: a case study Harefield Hospital UK
Dr. William E. Cohn, Texas Heart Institute - Progress of Fully Implantable Pump
about the C-Pulse. I mean what did the PhD and MDs say about the C-Pulse
-- HCA Holdings Inc. (HCA_) was initiated with a "outperform" rating and $85 price target at Leerink Partners on Friday.
The firm said it initiated coverage on the holding company, whose affiliates own and operate hospitals and related healthcare entities, as the company's estimates are above consensus, and HCA is seeing a reduction in bad debt, and an increase in utilization.
in all the abstracts all the presentations - by a number of cardiologist and PhD - nary a single negative comment. Just the need for addl implants for further study. Then S A modeling only 1% of the HF Market for U.S. nada for the EU nada for the Far East. SSH now wholly owned in Ireland and Australia. Just focus on the C-Pulse and what those that have experience Cardiologists... seems like those that have the real credentials are all positive. then the yappers of Rosa the Mgmt staff - my first hand experience - they know what the are doing - and with these 15k shares... will be interesting what I can sell in say May 2018.
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In connection with their entering into employment with Sunshine Heart, the three individuals, who were not previously employees or directors of Sunshine Heart, received options to purchase an aggregate of 19,000 shares of the Company's common stock. The options have an exercise price of $5.73 per share, which is equal to the closing price of the Company's common stock on September 9, 2014. All three options have ten-year terms and vest over a period of four years, with 25% vesting one year after the date of grant and the remaining 75% vesting in 36 approximately equal monthly increments, provided the new hire's employment is continuing on each such date, and subject to acceleration or forfeiture upon the occurrence of certain events as set forth in the new hire's option agreement.
care.. HCA, THC old AMI.....getting tired of you my boy and his 11 cats. let's check the score card 6 mo 12 mo and 3 years out. CLDN or SSH. what's your game? both trade what 75 - 120 shares.. up down CLDN SSH buy sell... you seem to be all over the place. what happened to PLUG you once said THOR was gonna rock the world of SSH and that didn't work... what's next for you after these next 2 conferences... come back to SSH and say you really bought at 4.80 but forgot to tell... then you were long CLDN at 14 short SSH when it was 4.90.. what's wrong with you man
U keep yapping AFCA and the regs are not even written. those years of hard work and those 150,000 of HCA did you note over 70.00 and were you not the one woe woe woe about hospitals. and Docs are doing quite nicely. Have to know how to game the system... the way it has been played for decades.....and my you long on CLDN at 14.00 and shorting SSH at 5.00 not to bright my friend. :)
Tx Heart - fully implantable London - the EU experience. Rosa doesn't toot horn unless has something to toot.... conservative... then holding an Q A Investors Conference Breakfast :)
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