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IMA ACB Test COBAS Mira Plus, 100T

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

IMA ACB Test INTEGRA 700/800

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

IMA ACB Test Beckman LX 20

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

IMA ACB Test Controls

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

IMA ACB Test Hitachi 911

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

IMA ACB Test 917/MODULAR P

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

IMA ACB Test Control Set

Description:... 1990s, IMA is produced when circulating albumin comes in contact with ischemic tissue in the heart. During ischemia, the N-terminus of albumin is altered ... IMA concentrations in blood rise quickly and remain elevated during an ischemic event, returning to normal level several hours after cessation of ....
Company:Inverness Medical Innovations

Super Quad® 160

Description:... during pan retinal photocoagulation. The SuperQuad® 160 is the ideal lens for visualization and treatment of proliferative diabetic retinopathy, ischemic retinal vein occlusion and peripheral retinal holes and tears. Laser beam transmission and fundus image quality are sharp and undistorted to the full ...
Company:Volk Optical, Inc.

External CounterPulsation (ECP) Centers

Description:... coronary flow and perfusion as well as increased venous return. Recent studies suggest that ECP promulgates the development of new collaterals to ischemic regions of the myocardium through angiogenesis. Treatment Course The recommended regimen is once daily, one-hour treatment, five (5) days a ...
Company:MedCath Corporation

Essentials of Diagnosis & Treatment in Cardiology

Features:... the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac diseases and disorders Quick navigation for easy access Covers ambulatory and inpatient medicine Includes ischemic heart disease, hypertension, and other common conditions A must for medical students, residents, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, and ...
Company:Skyscape, Inc.

S/5 Critical Care Monitor

Features:... gas exchange/metabolics, automated tonometry and neuromuscular transmission. Improved tools for monitoring cardiac function and tracking ischemic changes. Continuous monitoring of brain function. ...
Company:Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
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