Boston Scientific, St. Jude Medical and Medtronic manufacture the most frequently implanted pacemakers. In 2010, these three companies accounted for approximately 50 percent of the estimated U.S. cardiac rhythm management products market, collecting a combined $4.1 billion.
Medtronic held the largest share of the pacemaker market in 2010 making over $2 billion. The company offered two models for patients: the Adapta and the EnRhythm. St. Jude made over $1 billion in 2010, also offering two models: Affinity and Victory. Boston Scientific made over $600,000 dollars in 2010 offering the ALTURA family of pacemakers. Additional pacemaker manufacturers include BIOTRONIK, Sorin Group, Medico, Shree and Vitatron.