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HAMILTON-C1 neo:Comprehensive Care for Newborns in Just One Device

HAMILTON-C1 neo:Comprehensive Care for Newborns in Just One Device

The new HAMILTON-C1 neo combines a range of therapy options with maximum mobility in a highly versatile ventilator designed specifically for neonates.   With over 30 years of experience in developing intelligent ventilation solutions for patients of all ages, Hamilton Medical has now channeled

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Masimo Receives Gates Foundation Grant to Develop Combined Pneumonia-Screening Device for High-Burden Settings

Masimo Receives Gates Foundation Grant to Develop Combined Pneumonia-Screening Device

Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) has announced, in advance of World Pneumonia Day tomorrow, that it has received a grant of $4.95 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). The grant will support Masimo’s efforts to develop a low-cost pulse oximeter for use in pneumon

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Philips and Masimo Sign Multi-Year Business Partnership Agreement in Patient Monitoring and Select Therapy Solutions

Philips & Masimo Sign Multi-Year Agreement in Patient Monitoring & Select Therapy Solutions

Multi-year business partnership combines Masimo’s expertise in non-invasive sensor and signal processing technologies and Philips’ expertise in integrated patient monitoring and therapy solutionsBusiness partnership involves technology integration and marketing and sales cooperation in North Am

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CytoSorbents Expands Direct Sales of CytoSorb to Belgium and Luxembourg

CytoSorbents Expands Direct Sales of CytoSorb to Belgium and Luxembourg

CytoSorbents Corporation(NASDAQ: CTSO), a critical care immunotherapy leader commercializing its flagship CytoSorb® extracorporeal cytokine adsorber to treat deadly inflammation in critically-ill and cardiac surgery patients around the world, announced the addition of Belgium and Luxe

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Medtronic Signs the “Open Data Pledge” to Share Data to Improve Patient Safety

Medtronic Signs the “Open Data Pledge” to Share Data to Improve Patient Safety

Medtronic Commits $5 Million to the Patient Safety Movement FoundationThe Patient Safety Movement Foundation (PSMF) has announced that Medtronic, a leading global healthcare solutions company, has joined a growing list of healthcare technology companies that have signed the

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Using Point-Of-Care Ultrasound to Train the Intensivists of the Future

Using Point-Of-Care Ultrasound to Train the Intensivists of the Future

Dr Kaushik Bhowmick regularly uses the X-Porte point-of-care ultrasound system in his daily practice West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds is using the latest generation point-of-care ultrasound system to help intensive care trainees develop their skills in cardiac and lung ultrasound, as co

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Study Investigates the Impact of Masimo Continuous SpHb® and PVI® on Anesthesia-Related Mortality

Study Investigates the Impact of Masimo Continuous SpHb® and PVI® on Anesthesia-Related Mortality

Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) has announced the findings of an abstract presented at the American Society of Anesthesiologists’ (ASA) Annual Meeting in Chicago. In the study, researchers at Hôpital Dupuytren, part of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire of Limoges, France 

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World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) Signs Commitment to Support Patient Safety Movement’s Mission of Zero Patient Deaths by 2020

WFSA Signs Commitment to Support Patient Safety Movement’s Mission of Zero Patient Deaths by 2020

Patient Safety Movement Foundation Joins WFSA’s SAFE-T CampaignThe World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) has signed a commitment to action and announced that it will support the Patient Safety Movement Foundation (PSMF) and its mission to eliminate preventabl

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Optimizing Sepsis Management in the Intensive Care Unit: An Interview With Jordi Trafi

Optimizing Sepsis Management in the Intensive Care Unit: An Interview With Jordi Trafi

“Studies continue to show that guiding antibiotic therapy based on the dynamics of PCT levels in the blood will reduce not only the use of antibiotics but also the length of stay, hereby lowering hospital costs significantly" - an interview with Jordi Trafi. Sepsis can easily escalate to the life-th

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New Data Show Malnutrition in U.S. Hospitals Associated with a $42 Billion Burden to Health System

New Data Show Malnutrition in U.S. Hospitals Associated with a $42 Billion Burden to Health System

New AHRQ statistical brief, co-authored with BAXTER and ASPEN, show nearly 2 million U.S. hospital stays1 involve malnutritionMalnutrition-related hospital stays have up to a five times higher risk of deaths2, compared to patient stays not identified as malnourishedMost malnourished-related hos

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