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HeartWare to Present at The Lazard Capital Markets 3rd Annual Circulatory Assist Device Day

Mon, 09/19/2011 - 1:33pm
Bio-Medicine.Org

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. and SYDNEY, Sept. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- HeartWare International, Inc. (NASDAQ: HTWR - ASX: HIN), a leading innovator of less invasive, miniaturized circulatory support technologies that are revolutionizing the treatment of advanced heart failure, today announced that CEO Doug Godshall is scheduled to present at the Lazard Capital Markets 3rd Annual Circulatory Assist Device Day at 1:55 p.m. ET on Thursday, September 22, 2011.  The one-day conference is being held at the Langham Hotel in Boston.

A live webcast of the Company's presentation at the conference will be available via a link provided at www.heartware.com.  A replay of the webcast will be available at the site after the presentation.

About HeartWare International

HeartWare International develops and manufactures miniaturized implantable heart pumps, or ventricular assist devices, to treat Class IIIB / IV patients suffering from advanced heart failure.  The HeartWare® Ventricular Assist System features the HVAD® Pump, a small full-output circulatory support device (up to 10L/min flow) designed to be implanted next to the heart, avoiding the abdominal surgery generally required to implant competing devices.  HeartWare has received CE Marking for the HeartWare System in the European Union and TGA approval in Australia.  The device is currently the subject of United States clinical trials for two indications: bridge-to-transplant and destination therapy.  For additional information, please visit www.heartware.com.

HeartWare International, Inc. is a member of the Russell 2000® and its securities are publicly traded on The NASDAQ Stock Market and the Australian Securities Exchange.

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