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Spectros T-Stat Tissue Oximeter Clinical Studies Presented at PAS (Pediatric Academic Societies') Conference

PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif., May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Spectros announced today that its T-Stat Tissue Oximeter was featured in two presentations at the Pediatric Academic Societies' (PAS) annual conference held in Baltimore, Maryland, May 2-5, 2009. The studies focused on clinical applications of the Sp...

New Study Funded By the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Finds Masimo SpCO(R) May Provide a Noninvasive Measure of Acute Asthma Severity in Children

...sessment." Editor's Note: The study abstract available online via the pas website depicts study data and results at the time of the "call for abstrac... press release represent the actual study data and results presented at the pas Annual Meeting on May 5, 2009. About Masimo Masimo (Nasdaq: M...

Cancer Advances Acquires the Intellectual Property for a Suite of Products that Enhance the Immune System in Treatment of Gastric, Pancreatic, and Colorectal Cancers

...We are excited about continuing the development of pas in pancreatic and gastric cancers," said Lynda Sut...ore than 1,100 patients who have been treated with pas to date for gastric, pancreatic, and colorectal ca...ell as potential development partners. About pas ...

IDEXX Laboratories Announces First Quarter Results

...07. Sales of Pourquier products contributed 12% to pas revenue growth. The favorable impact of higher sal...foreign currency exchange rates contributed 12% to pas revenue growth. Additional Operating Results G... 16,816 14,405 pas 21,162 16,811 ...

How Usable is Your Web Site?

...Donalds, they hand one item out the window at a time. If this woman had been through usability training, this might not have happened. A minor faux pas at a fast-food drive through, however, is more easily remedied than an inelegant Web site, according to Bieser. Hence the need for usability testing b...

Companies still neglect network security

...balance between productivity and security, but said many businesses still aren't serious enough about striking the balance. Pointing to recent faux pas committed by people on the Hewlett Packard board of directors, panelist Jody Westby, CEO and founder of Global Cyber Risk , said even world-class b...
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