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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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Designed to speed cardiovascular workflow and help enhance patient care, the Xcelera R2.1 integrates examination results from key cardiology subspecialties, including interventional cardiology, cardiovascular ultrasound, ECG, nuclear cardiology, cardiac CT, cardiac MR and electrophysiology.

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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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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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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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The next-generation FilmStation dry film imager dual-tray UP-DF550 model dramatically reduces dry imaging space ...

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The Medtronic CareLink Network is the Internet-based remote monitoring service for patients with Medtronic implanted ...

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In the CCU, ED or anywhere ECG records are needed, the Pyramis ECG Management System reportedly provides instant access ...

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The Emboshield PRO Embolic Protection System received CE approval and will be launched in Europe. Embolic protection ...

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The FDA gave Humanitarian Device Exemption (HDE) approval for the AbioCor Implantable Replacement Heart (AbioCor). The ...

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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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With several integrated cardiac features, CARESTREAM PACS includes cardiac review and analysis, cardiac cage removal in ...

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

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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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