Levitronix CentriMag for treatment of refractory cardiogenic shock or severe cardiopulmonary insufficiency in adult and paediatric patients

Anticipated publication date:

A blood pump system intended for short-term management of cardiogenic shock (non-responsive to medical management) or severe cardio-respiratory insufficiency in adult and paediatric patients
 
Status
In progress
Anticipated publication date
TBC
Notification date
February 2010
Topic area
  • Cardiovascular
  • Surgical procedures
  • Therapeutic procedures

Provisional Schedule

Submission Date: TBC
Topic Selection: 16 June 2011

Project Team

Patient Involvement Lead: Laura Norburn
Analyst: TBC
Communications Lead: Tonya Gillis
Project manager:

Marlon Hope

Implementation Lead: Katie Worrall

Stakeholders

  • NICE is developing guidance on this technology. If you would like to become a registered stakeholder in the development of guidance on this technology, please complete a stakeholder registration and confidentiality form (Word), and return to us at medtech@nice.org.uk.

    Registered stakeholders will be informed of key stages in the development of guidance including when documents go out to consultation or comment.

Timeline

Key events during the development of the guidance

Date
Update
5 August 2011
In line with the Process Guide for developing medical technology guidance, NICE is considering a suitable start date for the scoping process (see process guide section 5.2).
Get involved