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The genesis of the Abaxis Piccolo technology began with NASA, where scientists sought to develop and manufacture a small ...

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SmartPumps are tourniquet systems offering OR connectivity, superior performance, exceptional battery life and intuitive ...

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Public confidence in the FDA is low and big changes may be in order to fix the system for approving and regulating drugs ...

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A new study in Denmark links healthy teeth and gums with heart health. Theheart.org reports that Danish investigators ...

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Catheters of all types as well as other intravascular devices (IVDs) that allow access to the bloodstream are potential ...

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A retrospective study at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, showed that dialysis patients who ...

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FDA and Duke Clinical Research Institute will be working to develop a new generation of tools that enable early identification of potential cardiac side effects of drugs and devices. The agency will use a database comprising more than 200,000 ECGs to conduct the research.

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Americans Andrew Z. Fire and Craig C. Mello have won the Nobel Prize in medicine Monday for their discover of “RNA ...

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A new, private research group, the Center for Medical Technology Policy is being formed to provide healthcare clinicians ...

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ATS Medical, Inc., a manufacturer of cardiac surgery products and services focused, has announced completion of its ...

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Researchers at the Technion Institute, Israel, are developing a new method that may prevent heart attacks following ...

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Researchers in The Netherlands say they’ve realized the dream of truly interactive 3-D medical imaging: A company called Crosslinks is working to develop and market a software invention in Europe and around the world that provides 3-D visualization that clinicians and researchers can not only view head-on, but actually walk around and through.

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Administering a cholesterol-lowering drug prior to heart bypass surgery or surgical repair of a faulty heart valve may reduce the occurrence of atrial fibrillation, a common heart rhythm disturbance triggered by these surgeries. The research was published in “Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.”

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Zargis Medical Corp., a spin-off from Siemens Corporate Research and a majority-owned subsidiary of Speedus Corp., has ...

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Expanding their existing strategic collaboration for atherosclerotic plaque analysis, FoxHollow Technologies and Merck & ...

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