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Photos of medical images produced from a new 3-D volume rendering software have the appearance of something from a “Star ...

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Feature | Maureen Leahy

What doesn’t kill us, so the saying goes, makes us stronger. Those of us lucky enough to walk away from tragedy with our ...

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The tiny tools of interventional cardiology known as drug-eluting stents (which happen to comprise a gargantuan U.S ...

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A guide wire-based occlusion device, the GuardDOG by Possis Medical enables physicians to quickly and effectively manage local blood flow while employing interventional techniques and devices to treat vascular disease. It features a 0.035-inch diameter guide wire, preferred for peripheral interventions, and a soft, compliant, CO2-filled balloon providing quick inflation and deflation.

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ZOLL Medical Corp. has announced it is now shipping all models of the ZOLL M Series defibrillator that comply with 2005 ...

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The AngioJet SpiroflexVG Rheolytic Thrombectomy catheter is the first AngioJet catheter of its size to be offered in a ...

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Diagnosoft, Inc. has received FDA approval for its HARP software that assists physicians in the analysis of magnetic ...

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The first third-generation drug-eluting stent is now available to physicians and patients in many markets around the ...

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A Netherlands study comparing two-year outcomes of a series of 708 consecutive diabetic patients (25 percent insulin ...

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Satisfying the growing demand for tools that optimize data acquisition and transfer, Aquilion 64 CFX’s new workflow ...

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HeartCentrix is a software solution that enables Burdick and Quinton stress, Holter and ECG devices to communicate ...

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Breakthrough Algorithms Predict Sudden Cardiac Death Risk AHA in Chicago: GE Healthcare announced this week that it is the only company with two patented algorithms that meet new MN guidelines that help physicians predict whether a patient is at risk for sudden cardiac death (SCD).

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The MicroMaxx ultrasound system offers high-quality images with speed and reliability while efficiently operating on ...

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Feature | Jonathan S. Batchelor

An old alliterative says that prior planning prevents poor performance. This is particularly true for cardiology ...

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Developed to help hospitals seamlessly bring their entire portfolio of wireless services and applications together on a ...

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