Search Tag: Diagnostics

ICU Management

Welch Allyn Technology Provides Connectivity Between Diagnostic Devices and EMR

2013 04 Jun

Welch Allyn Connex(R) Vital Signs Monitor 6000 Series (Photo: Business Wire) Welch Allyn, a leading medical diagnostic device company that specializes in helping clinicians improve patient outcomes, has been working with Epic to connect several of its vital signs devices, monitors and ECG units to Epic’s Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system... Read more

Executive Health Management

Upgraded CytoDiff CXP Software for HematoFlow Enhances Confidence in Flow Cytometry

2013 17 May

Beckman Coulter has introduced an advanced version of the innovative CytoDiff CXP Autogating Software. The new software is an integral part of the company’s HematoFlow solution — combining diagnostic reagent, hematology and flow cytometry hardware and IT expertise.   The introduction of Version 2 CytoDiff CXP Autogating software is designed to... Read more

Executive Health Management

New Abbott Test Helps Doctors Detect the Presence of Two Important Health Issues

2013 28 Mar

Abbot today announced that the ARCHITECT AFP test, which may help doctors detect serious birth defects and the progression of testicular cancer, received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval.  Biomarkers, such as alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), are substances in the body that physicians can measure to identify the progress of diseases or conditions... Read more

ICU Management

Is it a Stroke or Benign Dizziness? A Simple Bedside Test Can Tell

2013 26 Mar

Georgios Mantokoudis, left, and Ali Tehrani demonstrate the use of a video-oculography machine that detects minute eye movements that are difficult for most physicians to notice and can help diagnose stroke. (Credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine) Small Johns Hopkins-led study finds portable device diagnoses stroke with 100 percent accuracy. A bedside... Read more

ICU Management

Is it a Stroke or Benign Dizziness? A Simple Bedside Test Can Tell

2013 06 Mar

Georgios Mantokoudis, left, and Ali Tehrani demonstrate the use of a video-oculography machine that detects minute eye movements that are difficult for most physicians to notice and can help diagnose stroke. (Credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine) Small Johns Hopkins-led study finds portable device diagnoses stroke with 100 percent accuracy. A bedside... Read more