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Acuity® Central Monitoring Station

Description:... to simultaneously connect both wireless and hardwired monitors and clinical devices, the Acuity central station is for facilities from a community hospital to a teaching institution. Operating on a Sun Microsystems workstation, it provides care in an array of care units emergency, L & D, PACU, ...
Company:Welch Allyn Medical Products

RecordsTFC

Description:... functions using a longitudinal approach. It supports multiple facilities and cut across institutional inpatient, outpatient and ambulatory clinics, community clinics, physician, agency, nursing home and home based ....
Company:BDM Information Systems. Ltd.

medisoft Ophthalmology

Description:... pre-operative assessment, biometry, anaesthesia, pre-op checks, operation, post-op checks, telephone calls, follow up clinic visits and visits to the community ....
Company:Medisoft Limited

Endo-PAT2000

Description:... using proprietary advanced Digital Signal Processing algorithms and reports are available within seconds of completing the test. The medical community has long sought a cost-effective, reliable, non-invasive method to improve the detection of endothelial dysfunction, in order to screen larger ...
Company:Itamar Medical Ltd.

Impact2 Shorty, 5-250L

Description:... Pipettor The Shortyavailable with both Impact and Impact2 softwareis a perfect example of how our face-to-face relationship with the scientific community generates a steady stream of new products that make pipetting easier and more effective. Shorter and lighter than standard single channel ...
Company:Matrix Technologies Corporation

Impact Shorty, 5-250L

Description:... Pipettor The Shortyavailable with both Impact and Impact2 softwareis a perfect example of how our face-to-face relationship with the scientific community generates a steady stream of new products that make pipetting easier and more effective. Shorter and lighter than standard single channel ...
Company:Matrix Technologies Corporation

GORE TAG Thoracic Endoprosthesis

Description:... to place a synthetic graft to repair the diseased artery. This method can result in long hospital stays and painful recoveries. Today, the medical community is seeking less invasive alternatives to this major open surgical approach. The revolutionary GORE TAG Thoracic Endoprosthesis means physicians ...
Company:W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

The Reference Laboratory at the Cleveland Clinic

Description:... and diagnostic consultations annually. Our Reference Laboratory provides esoteric testing and consultations to hospitals and the medical community at-large. The Division contains the Department of Anatomic Pathology and the Department of Clinical ....
Company:The Reference Laboratory at the Cleveland Clinic

NextGen EPM (Enterprise Practice Management system)

Description:... NextGen EPM (Enterprise Practice Management system) allows the entire community of healthcare providers to work together to deliver the best care at the lowest possible cost. Using an Integrated Delivery System (IDS) approach, ...
Company:NextGen Healthcare Information Systems

Freedom EVO Clinical

Description:... and blood bank environment. The Freedom EVO Clinical has been designed to comply with the new In Vitro Diagnostics Directive of the European community (IVD-D; 98/79 EC). It will therefore be marked with a CE label that declares the conformity of the Instrument with this important new ....
Company:Tecan

MCS® + 8150 System

Features:... with one filter Requires no sterile weld process Is lightweight and easily transportable to collection sites at places of work, worship, or other community ...
Company:Haemonetics

D-10 Hemoglobin Testing System with D-10™ Rack Loader

Features:... Accurate Diabetes Monitoring NGSP Certified Convenient Trusted - Bio-Rad is the leader in HbA1c testing. Serving the diabetes testing community for over 25 years Cost - Effective With the D-10 Rack Loader: Streamlines Workflow - 5x greater capacity than the D-10 alone ...
Company:Bio-Rad Laboratories
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