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SURGICHIP in Biological Technology

RFID medical devices - Opportunities and challenges

...ating RFID technology In 2004, the FDA authorized marketing of two different types of medical devices that incorporate RFID. The first type is the surgichip tag, an external surgical marker that is intended to minimize the likelihood of wrong-site, wrong-procedure and wrong-patient surgeries. The tag consi...
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AMTSystems: Surgichip

SURGICHIP™ is a patent pending solution using Radio Frequency Identification ... SURGICHIP™ incorporates a 3-step verification process designed to complement the ...

InfoLogix Regenerates SurgiChip - RFID Journal

Designed to prevent surgical errors, the system now includes a larger wireless handheld device allowing health-care workers to exchange information in real time at ...

InfoLogix Regenerates SurgiChip - RFID Journal

InfoLogix acquired SurgiChip when it purchased the health-care mobility services ... The SurgiChip solution costs about $50,000 with maintenance support, and the ...

" Surgichip (December 10, 2004)

medgadget -- medical technologies weblog ... In use, the Surgichip is programmed with ... The Surgichip itself can store 256 characters which allows a complete ...

InfoLogix | SurgiChip

SurgiChip smart labels are used to electronically mark the surgical site and ... Created by an orthopedic surgeon, SurgiChip is the first surgical site marking ...

InfoLogix to Launch SurgiChip(TM); A Complete Real-Time Wireless ...

SurgiChip(TM) is a complete verification system using RFID technology in an ... With SurgiChip(TM) we are aiming to empower hospitals with a real-time system ...
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