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Hooper Holmes Concludes Sale of Medicals Direct

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Oct. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Hooper Holmes (Amex: HH ) today announced the sale of Medicals Direct Group, the Company's subsidiary in the United Kingdom, to Brandgold Ltd., a management buyout group organized by Michael Benton, CEO of Medicals Direct. The purchase pr...

Hooper Holmes Announces Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2008 Results

...r the fourth quarter of 2007 included income from discontinued operations of $9.2 million, related to the gain on sale of the Company's UK subsidiary, medicals Direct Group. The fourth quarter 2008 revenue decline is partially due to the impact of the economic downturn on the Company's life insurance cus...

Hooper Holmes Updates Guidance

...continuing declines in Portamedic revenues, the Company does not expect to be profitable in the fourth quarter 2007, excluding the gain on sale of its medicals Direct subsidiary. Portamedic's revenue declines are attributable in part to a greater than expected reduction in paramedical exams of 13% in the four...

NTU and Insightra Medical Inc. release their first joint venture medical device

...opment programme by Professors Freddy Boey and Ma Jan, and Mr Erwin Wouterson, of NTUs School of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE), with Insightra medicals engineering team. The commercialisation of Ree-Trakt is a major milestone for NTU, as it represents the first biomedical device to be released for...

Meningitis Outbreak in Nigeria Claims Five Lives

... occasion and has expedited medical teams, drugs and vaccines to the affected areas, with a move to curb the spread of infection. The Acting Director, medicals Services, Alhaji Maccido Dogon-Daji has advised people to keep the surroundings clean, sleep in well ventilated rooms and seek immediate medical atten...
Medicals in Medical Products

Ensemble & Enguard Mennens' Central Nurse Station

Description:... data including disclosure, charts and trends from any Mennen Medical monitor. This data may be acquired from any information source throughout Mennen medicals Ethernet network, including patient monitors, CathLabs and Clinibase database servers. Its triple screen option enables a view of up to 24 beds simult...
Company:Mennen Medical Corp.

PulseOx 5500 Pulse Oximeter

Description:...is the worlds first spot check monitor for blood oxygen saturation and heart rate to use reflectance pulse oximetry (RPO). The PulseOx 5500TM uses SPO medicals patented technology to provide a medical device which is more usable for many patients and less expensive to operate than any other device available....
Company:SPO Medical, Inc.

2100 Pulse Oximeter

Description:... Dolphin medicals ONE™ technology is the first and only system that uses a patented digital sensor all others still use an analog sensor. Dolphin ONE™ sensor...
Company:Dolphin Medical, Inc.

AUDICOR® 200D

Description:... Inovise medicals AUDICOR is the first, easy-to-use, non-invasive diagnostic technology helping medical professionals worldwide quickly rule-in cardiac dysfunction incl...
Company:Inovise Medical, Inc.

AUDICOR CE

Description:... Inovise medicals AUDICOR is the first, easy-to-use, non-invasive diagnostic technology helping medical professionals worldwide quickly rule-in cardiac dysfunction incl...
Company:Inovise Medical, Inc.
Medicals in Biological Technology

GE Medicals Acquisitions May Prompt More Purchases

General Electric made clear this week -- with a one-two punch of an acquisition and a merger in a matter of hours -- that it intends to grow its GE Medical Systems division. But in some cases, the acquisitions may actually induce the Fairfield, Conn.-based giant to make additional acquisitions in...

GE Medicals Technologies Aid Battle Against Cancer

WAUKESHA, Wis. - According to the American Cancer Society, one in three people will be diagnosed with some kind of cancer in their lifetime. In an effort to improve patient care and contribute to the battle against cancer, GE Medical Systems has developed innovative medical imaging technologies tha...

Novavax Announces Selection of a Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccine Candidate for Advanced Preclinical Studies

...United States and major European countries. In the United States alone, RSV leads to 177,500 hospitalizations in high risk adults resulting in annual medicals costs exceeding $1 billion. ABOUT NOVAVAX Novavax, Inc. (Nasdaq: NVAX ) is a clinical-stage biotechnology company creating novel va...

NOVAVAX Announces Preclinical Study Results for a Respiratory Syncytial Virus ('RSV') Vaccine Candidate Directed Against the Fusion (F) Protein

...an countries. In the United States alone there are 177,500 hospitalizations in high risk adults including the elderly over age 65, resulting in annual medicals costs exceeding $1 billion. In addition, there are up to 125,000 infants in the US who are hospitalized annually due to RSV. There is currently no app...

Angiotech announces results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2007

... is a trademark of Angiotech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. BioPince(TM) is a trademark of Medical Device Technologies, Inc. Skater(TM) is a trademark of PBN medicals DENMARK A/S. MultiStem(R) is a registered trademark of Athersys, Inc. TAXUS(R) is a registered trademark of Boston Scientific Corporation. About A...

AMDL Expands Drug Distribution in China With Additional Agreement, Valued at $2.3 Million Annually

...manufacture and marketing of proprietary pharmaceutical and diagnostic products. AMDL announced today that JPI has signed an agreement with Heze Mudan medicals Co. Ltd. to distribute Domperidone tablets in the Province of Shandong and the surrounding areas, one of the most affluent regions in China. Domperid...

Boston Scientific to Explore Sale of Cardiac Surgery and Vascular Surgery Businesses

...ximately 450 people and had 2006 revenues of $189 million. Boston Scientific established its Vascular Surgery business with the acquisition of Meadox medicals in 1995. The Vascular Surgery business develops market-leading synthetic grafts and patches for repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms and peripheral va...

Midwest Public-Sector Biotech Continues to Sizzle

...both listing on the American Stock Exchange (moving up from the OTC bulletin board). 3) KV Pharmaceuticals three-for-two stock split 4) Orphan medicals divestiture of two products to two different specialty pharma companies for about $ 30 million. On a national level, financing of biotech shows a sl...
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