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PressureWire5 Sensor

Description:... Radi invented the guidewire-mounted pressure sensor and continues to lead the way. pressurewire5 Sensor is the only sensor on the market that measures pressure, temperature and flow. With significantly improved maneuverability and pushability, it ...
Company:Radi Medical Systems, Inc.

PressureWire 5

Description:... Radi invented the guidewire-mounted pressure sensor and continues to lead the way. pressurewire5 Sensor is the only sensor on the market that measures pressure, temperature and flow. With significantly improved maneuverability and pushability, it ...
Company:Radi Medical Systems, Inc.
PressureWire5 in other areas

Radi Announces 510(k) Clearance of RadiAnalyzerXpress

Radi Medical Systems, a designer and manufacturer of innovative devices in ... PressureWire5 Sensor has excellent overall mechanical maneuverability, ...

Clinical and Industry News Cont. | CathLab Digest

Abbott Announces New Trial in Stroke Prevention: ACT I ACT I will study the potential benefits of minimally invasive ... PressureWire5 Sensor has ...

NEJM -- Intracoronary Streptokinase after Primary Percutaneous Coronary ...

Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine ... (PressureWire5 Sensor, Radi Medical Systems) was positioned distal to the stented ...

Intracoronary Streptokinase after Primary Percutaneous Coronary ...

Yasemin Şanli, M.D., Mehmet Meriç, M.D., and Sabahattin Umman, M.D. ... temperature sensors (PressureWire5 Sensor, Radi. Medical Systems) was positioned distal to the ...

The Determination of Coronary Blood Flow Using Thermoconvection and ...

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a major cause of death in western coun ... ods were tested with the Radi PressureWire (PressureWire5, Radi Medical ...

60493 PressureWire5 Sensor& RadiAnalyzer Xpress ProductSheet Rev.03. (Eng)

Xpress is an easy-to-use, compact, light and durable instrument for. everyday clinical decision-making and research. • Simultaneous measurement of pressure ...
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