Feature | Kim Phelan

At a pivotal time of advancement in cardiovascular imaging, diagnostics, interventions and therapies, a time when specialty heart hospitals are forming to combat the deadliest disease in America, the federal purse strings are about to be pulled a little tighter in 2007, and rules for these types of narrowly focused hospitals are going to be more stringent.

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OXILAN (Ioxilan Injection) is a contrast media for use in peripheral procedures because of its viscosity. Its reportedly ...

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Feature | Richard R. Rogoski

New technologies adopted by cardiologists not only improve patient care but expand the role of these physicians. Whether it's stenting a carotid artery or viewing real-time ultrasound images at the bedside, today's cardiologist can solve more problems than just those of the heart.

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For wire support and exchange in complex interventions, the Skyway OTW and RX support catheters are intended to be used ...

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The Welch Allyn Holter Systems are software and recorders designed to help caregivers detect abnormalities in a patient ...

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Designed with one 8-inch-by-8-inch floor-mounted cardiac C-arm and one 12-inch-by-16-inch ceiling-mounted C-arm, the InfinixDP-i/FD2 enables physicians to obtain the images needed to perform both detailed peripheral vascular work and coronary studies.

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Feature | Mark Paquin

The long-standing standard of care for patients with carotid artery disease was surgery and/or medical management. In August 2004, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration changed all that when it approved the first carotid stenting system, called the RX ACCULINK Carotid Artery Stent System and RX ACCUNET Embolic Protection System by Guidant.

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The Rio aspiration catheter is indicated for use in the removal of thrombus from vessels throughout the body and can be used with other interventional devices, such as those used to place stents.

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A software fusion application that enables clinicians to perform multimodality image fusion in a single application ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

Five million Americans are affected by heart failure and approximately 400,000 new cases in the U.S. are diagnosed each year, according to the Heart Failure Society of America — that figure quadruples globally, and many do not know they have a heart failure condition until they are hospitalized.

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The Philips integrated cath lab is a solution featuring integrated technologies designed to improve productivity and throughput.

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The Atlas II ICD (implantable cardioverter defibrillator) and Atlas II HF CRT-D (cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator) devices are capable of delivering unsurpassed energy, giving added security to patients whose hearts are especially difficult to defibrillate.

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A new suite of cardiovascular workflow tools, ComPACSVersion 9 provides unequalled support of legacy ultrasound systems ...

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Feature | Kim Phelan

Dead is dead — everyone knows it, especially physicians. And what’s dead can’t be recovered; or can it? Startling ...

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The Twin-Pass is a two-lumen catheter designed to be used in percutaneous cardiology and radiology procedures, in ...

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