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Cath lab / EP lab & hybrid OR monitor failure rates skyrocket

A hospital or healthcare facility can be composed of dozens of departments. A catheterization lab, commonly referred to as cath lab or EP lab, is instrumentally vital to one of the busiest departments, cardiology. Hybrid OR’s are equipped with diagnostic imaging technology to give physicians visual access to chambers and arteries of the heart. In […]

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Emergency telemedicine

Over recent decades, the field of telemedicine has been witness to periods of great promise, relative stasis as well as overstretch and false starts.However, there is one telemedicine application which has seen steady, consistent growth. This is emergency telemedicine, where application development, especially teleconsultation and teleradiology, has synchronized with increasing demand for A&E as well […]

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Nova Biomedical launches Stat EMS Basic in CE Mark countries

Nova Biomedical has launched the Stat EMS Basic blood testing system for ambulance and emergency care in CE mark countries. Stat EMS Basic measures fingerstick capillary lactate, glucose, ketone, hemoglobin, and hematocrit in six to 40 seconds with laboratory-quality results. Specifically designed for ambulance, pre-hospital, and emergency use, Stat EMS Basic provides an important test […]

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Hologic: The company that places special emphasis on the healthcare needs of women

In 1985, two colleagues from American Science and Engineering, Jay Stein and David Ellenbogen, founded Hologic to commercialize a bone scanning system that employed X-ray technology. It would become the world’s first X-ray bone densitometer for evaluating osteoporosis. Over the years, Hologic has acquired complementary companies that have enabled it to become a global player […]