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IMAGING Management

Samsung Presents Clinical Usability of its Ultrasound Imaging Technology at ISUOG 2017

2017 18 Sep

Prof. Lami Yeo, M.D., presents clinical research using Samsung’s diagnostic imaging solution which shows 95% accuracy for the prenatal detection of congenital heart diseaseSamsung Medison, a global medical equipment company and an affiliate of Samsung Electronics, is hosting a number of seminars at the 27th World Congress of the International Society... Read more

Cardiology Management

EuroEcho-Imaging 2017

2016 10 Dec

EuroEcho-Imaging is the annual meeting of the EACVI, representing members around the world with an interest in all modalities of cardiovascular imaging. The EACVI's mission is "to promote excellence in clinical diagnosis, research, technical development, and education in cardiovascular imaging in Europe." Find European Society of Cardiology on... Read more

Cardiology Management

PICS-AICS 2017 / Pediatric and Adult Interventional Cardiac Symposium

2016 04 May

PICS~AICS 2017 will be at Loews Miami Beach on January 16-19, 2017. This year we are fully committed to ensuring the meeting maintains its clinical focus with addition of taped cases to sessions on both congenital and structural heart disease, as well as live case demonstrations from around the globe. Read more

ICU Management

Accuracy of Masimo’s Blue®Sensors at Saturations below 85% in Children with Cyanotic CHD

2016 22 Mar

Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) has announced that a new study reported on the accuracy of Masimo’s Blue® sensors as compared to Nellcor and Masimo Standard sensors for cyanotic children with blood oxygen saturation less than 85%.1 Masimo’s Blue sensor was designed specifically for cyanotic infants and children with congenital heart disease.The study was performed... Read more

Cardiology Management

3D Printed Model Guides Heart Valve Replacement

2015 06 Jul

A team of cardiologists at UCLA used a minimally invasive approach to replace a heart valve of a patient whose unique heart anatomy made conventional open-heart surgery too risky.  The team printed a 3-D model of Richard Whitaker’s heart to determine whether a replacement valve would align and fit with his unusually large pulmonary arteries.  The 3-D... Read more