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2Non-inferiority is for migration alone. Non-inferiority criteria were not applicable to rotation or erosion, but no rotation exceeded 90° and no erosion was observed.
Conflicts of interest/disclosure:
Charles J. Love: Consulting fees from Abbott, Cook Medical, Medtronic, Philips; Research support from Boston Scientific
Ibrahim Hanna: No conflicts of interest to disclose.
George Thomas: Consulting Fee from Medtronic, Biotronik and Acutus Medical.
Arnold J. Greenspon: Honoraria, Consulting Fees and Research Support from Medtronic.
Melissa Christie: Employment by Medtronic.
Matt Sanders: Employment by Medtronic.
Carrie Bauer: Employment by Medtronic.
Jonathan Goodman: Employment by Medtronic.
Matt Christopherson: Employment by Medtronic.
Vasanthi Balaji: Employment by Medtronic.
Shira Skulsky: Employment by Medtronic.
Bill Schindeldecker: Employment by Medtronic.
Nicole Kirchhof: Employment by Medtronic.
M. Rizwan Sohail: Honoraria/consulting fees from Medtronic, Philips, and Aziyo Biologics, Inc.
Advisory Board: Philips.
Funding: This work was supported by Medtronic, Inc.