News

March 7, 2007 — Siemens has introduced the completely redesigned Soarian Cardiology 2.0, which has become an integral ...

Home March 06, 2007
Home
News

March 6, 2007 — St. Jude Medical Inc. has announced FDA clearance for its Venture Wire Control Catheter on a rapid ...

Home March 05, 2007
Home
News

March 6, 2007 — Federal health advisors recommended in a 9-2 vote that the FDA not approve the Chronicle Implantable ...

Home March 05, 2007
Home
News

March 6, 2007 — Researchers from William Beaumont Hospital in Michigan have found that a simple, outpatient multislice ...

Home March 05, 2007
Home
News

March 6, 2007 — A first-of its-kind study has shown that cardiac arrhythmias, one of the most common yet potentially dangerous heart conditions affecting more than four million Americans, often go undetected despite medical monitoring, resulting in more than 780,000 hospitalizations and contributing to approximately 500,000 deaths each year, according to AHA.

Home March 05, 2007
Home
News

March 6, 2007 — According to MD Buyline’s 4th Quarter 2006 customer satisfaction survey, users of medical devices rank ...

Home March 05, 2007
Home
Feature | Richard R. Rogoski

Even before the federal government began pushing for universal adoption of electronic health records and the establishment of a nationwide health information network, most hospitals saw the need for systems integration. Being able to access critical patient data at the point of care, at the nurse's station or from remote sites became the rallying cry of doctors and nurses.

Home February 27, 2007
Home
Feature | Audie Lewis

There has been a big buzz circling around the medical community of late about the viability and value of placing PACS into operating rooms (OR) and intensive care units (ICU). Numerous studies have been published in recent years about many of the benefits associated with this newest wave of technology application.

Home February 27, 2007
Home
Feature | Audie Lewis

The climate of today's technology landscape within the healthcare arena seems to be changing at an ever-increasing rate ...

Home February 25, 2007
Home
Feature | Stephen B. Randall, BSIE, CIE and Daniel J. Drake, MSN, RN

The prevalence of obesity in the U.S. is alarming, claiming nearly a third of the nation's adult population, according ...

Home February 25, 2007
Home
Feature | Maureen Leahy

Today’s busy emergency departments have an arsenal of imaging tools at their disposal when triaging and diagnosing trauma patients. Increasingly, ED physicians are turning to more sophisticated technologies in addition to proven standbys — such as ultrasound, CR and DR — when diagnosing victims.

Home February 25, 2007
Home
News

Feb. 23, 2007 — Philips has announced availability of its new HeartStart MRx monitor/defibrillator with capability to ...

Home February 22, 2007
Home
News

Feb. 23, 2007 — The first patient implant was performed this week in a feasibility study evaluating the use Medtronic’s ...

Home February 22, 2007
Home
News

Feb. 23, 2007 — Cordis Corp. introduced the REGATTA Steerable Guidewire family of devices in the U.S. this week, which ...

Home February 22, 2007
Home
News

Feb. 23, 2007 — Dr. William T Abraham of Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio and Dr. Patrick M McCarthy of ...

Home February 22, 2007
Home
Subscribe Now