BMEYE’s Heart Monitoring Technology May Set A New Standard In Patient Care

During an average life span of 70 years, the human heart will pump more than 400 million litres of blood.

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Small Is Big: New Vscan Technology May Replace The Stethoscope

GE’s drive to miniaturize technologies in order to make them more mobile couldn’t be better illustrated than with the breakthrough Vscan technology…

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New Inflatable Device Targets Heart Disease

U.S. researchers say a new technology can safely place sensitive electronics inside the human heart for better diagnosis of heart rhythm irregularities.

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A Heart To Heart Talk On The Future Of Cardiology (Video)

According to the American Heart Association, more than 13 million people suffer from coronary heart disease, 6 million from angina, and 7 million from myocardial infraction. Rapid technological advances and product innovation are transforming the cardiology market.

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And The Beat Goes On: Lifesaving Heart Surgery Technology Unveiled

The very life support system that carries a person throughout his or her life, the heart is one of the first things to develop in a fetus.

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Cardiology Panel Selected in OneMedForum SF 2011

Advances in structural heart repair/replacement, cardiac rhythm management, interventional techniques, cell replacement and regeneration therapies continue to refine one of the most successful areas of modern medicine: cardiac care.

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Spotlight Back on Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Recent news reports of young American athletes collapsing on the field have drawn media attention to sudden cardiac arrest, a leading cause of death in the U.S.

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IntelleWave Seeks to Improve Patient Care Through Cardiac Analysis

If your body’s autonomic nervous system (ANS) is working properly, you probably won’t notice it.

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The Latest Cardiology News

Cameron Health has released positive clinical trial data on a unique therapy to prevent sudden cardiac arrest, a leading cause of death in the U.S.

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[Company Profile] Corindus Vascular Robotics

Corindus Vascular Robotics has developed a robotic system to improve percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) placement and reduce health risks to both the patient and the physician.

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