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Smart for Life(TM) and THINADVENTURE(TM) Sponsor Brandon Flowers Youth Sports Camp

...als and snacks throughout the day, and incorporating foods from the My Pyramid Healthy Guidelines established by the USDA . Partnering with xper Sports, THINADVENTURE(TM) includes an exercise program to get kids moving. Tavarius Jackson serves as a consultant on the program and is helping to cr...

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Allura Xper FD20 for Interventional Cardiology

Description: Allura Xper is the perfect partner for growing your business practice. Open to future technology these systems are scalable to meet your needs now and in the years to come. Flexibility means that your Allura Xper FD20 system supports mixed-use as well as dedicated cardiac use. Openness to new t...
Company:Philips Medical Systems

Allura Xper FD10

Description: The Allura Xper FD10 supports the cardiac workflow through Xper: a unique workflow concept that allows personalization of personalized user settings. In addition Xper integrates all functionality at tableside in one intuitive user interface. For example the interventional tools Allura 3D-CA, 3D-RA ...
Company:Philips Medical Systems

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Volcano Reports 24 Percent Increase in First Quarter Revenues; IVUS Disposable Revenues Increase 30 Percent

...ollaboration with Royal Philips Electronics under which they will resell Volcano-branded s5i IVUS systems and accessories alongside the Philips Allura xper FD X-ray systems. We will continue to leverage this partnership, as well as those we have established with other leading cath lab equipment and stent ...

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