COMMACK, New York, Nov. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Avery Biomedical Devices (ABD), manufacturer of the Avery Breathing Pacemaker System, is pleased to announce the appointment of Anders Jonzon, MD; Ph.D. as clinical consultant.
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Dr. Jonzon is a Physiologist and consultant in neonatology and pediatric cardiology at Children's Hospital, Uppsala University, Uppsala and Children's Hospital, Karolinska, Stockholm, Sweden. From 1984-1986, he was a fellow at the Cardiovascular Institute (UCSF). His research has covered circulation, control of breathing and ventilator treatment.
Dr. Jonzon has more than 25 years' experience of phrenic nerve stimulation in children with CCHS (congenital central hypoventilation syndrome) and other diseases causing hypoventilation.
Linda Towler, CEO, states, "We are honored and delighted to have Dr. Jonzon join our team. His experience and expertise in evaluating and treating those with congenital central hypoventilation syndrome (CCHS) will be instrumental to the future success of ABD."
Dr. Jonzon states, "I will be happy to share my experiences to those interested in phrenic nerve stimulation as an alternative to ventilator treatment."
ABOUT BREATHING PACEMAKERS An Avery Breathing Pacemaker is an implanted phrenic nerve or diaphragm stimulator. It consists of surgically implanted electrodes and receivers and an external transmitter which sends radio signals to the implants via flexible antennas that are secured over the receivers.
The Avery Breathing Pacemaker is the only diaphragm pacing system to have full premarket approval (PMA) from the US FDA and CE Marking privileges under the European Active Implantable Medical Device Directive for adult and pediatric use. Due to their high reliability and cost effectiveness, the Avery pacers are reimbursed by Medicare and most private and government insurance around the world.
To learn more about the benefits of the Avery pacers for those with a high spinal cord injury, central sleep apnea or diaphragm paralysis, please contact us by mail, phone or through our website.
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