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Medgadget.comGood News for SonoSiteWall Street Pit (blog)This acquisition was aimed at strengthening SonoSite's position in the vascular access market. SonoSite has grown both organically and inorganically in the ...SonoSite Receives FDA Clearance For LumenVu Catheter Guidance SystemMedical News Today (press release)all 7 news articles »
NEXT = new events in xurgical technologyEuropean Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery (subscription)In addition, problems with technology are usually approached with more technology. As a matter of fact, cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgeries are very ...and more »
InspireMD Becomes a Supporting Organization in the Growing Stent for Life ...PR Newswire (press release)The company intends to apply its technology to develop products used in interventional cardiology and other vascular procedures. InspireMD's mission is to ...and more »
American Shared Hospital Services Announces Contract to Supply Radiation ...MarketWatch (press release)AMS will place an advanced technology linear accelerator with IMRT capabilities at HSP, and is expected to begin treating patients in early 2012 in ...and more »
Toshiba Installs 1000th MR System WorldwideMarketWatch (press release)The non-contrast techniques include Fresh Blood Imaging (FBI) for evaluating peripheral vascular diseases of the lower legs and extremities; Contrast-free ...and more »
All New Power For The Latest Technology! TGMP, GE, & PHG- DoubleInStock.comPenny Stock Live (blog)The CX50 POC offers a broad range of capabilities needed for ultrasound-guided procedures and focused exams, including cardiac, vascular access, lung, ...and more »
Peoria Journal StarVein SurgeryPeoria Journal StarVascular technologist Julie Andrews holds Robyn Finley's leg as Dr. Andrew Chiou wraps it with ACE bandages. Finley laughs following VNUS Closure surgery on ...
PR Web (press release)Sigvaris Joins Vascular Disease FoundationPR Web (press release)Its outstanding board of directors includes physicians, nurses, vascular technologists, rehabilitation professionals, and clinical researchers who have been ...and more »
Vascular Access Centers Launches New Website for Vascular Access and ...openPR (press release)... the physicians at Vascular Access Centers (VAC) are among the nation's leaders in vascular technology, combining decades of experience with state of the ...
ClearStream Sleek, Savvy catheters receive PMDA approval in JapanPharmaceutical Business ReviewThe Sleek and Savvy Long peripheral balloons are to be marketed by Cordis, a developer and manufacturer of interventional vascular technology. ...and more »
Thirty second commercial depicting Dr. James Balshi of the Vascular Center of St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. Dr. Balshi discusses the technology advances used to treat vascular disease and his background in surgical treatments of vascular conditions.
The Hybrid Vascular Operating Room allows Sentara vascular specialists to provide minimally invasive and hybrid procedures in which both open surgical and minimally invasive procedures may be employed using the most sophisticated technology known to date. It is called a "Hybrid" OR because it combines the newest computer generated technology, the newest radiologic imaging in a sterile operating room environment.
Watch how the latest non-surgical treatment using Mitral Valve technology can replace the need for open heart surgery.
Dr. Peter Fail, interventional cardiologist for Cardiovascular Institute of the South, discusses the latest non-surgical treatment using Mitral Valve technology through the Evalve research trial. This non-surgical procedure can replace the need for open heart surgery.
Michael Cooksey earned an associate degree in medical sonography from El Centro College, as well as an associate degree in radiology from Angilina College. He is accredited as a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (ABD, OBGYN), Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) and American Register of Radiologic Technologist. He is the founder and manager of Quality Medical Imaging Services, which provides staffing services throughout the North Texas medical community. "The DCCCD program came highly recommended by some of the former students. The education I received has been invaluable during my accreditation process and overall career. One of my most memorable learning experiences was how to evaluate sonography equipment and software. My experience at El Centro is the foundation and catalyst for me establishing my own company. I would highly recommend this program to someone looking for an exciting new career."
Dr. Craig Walker discusses a live case study from the New Cardiovascular Horizons conference, focusing on signs of cardiovascular disease and treatment options available through the latest and most advanced technology. Dr. Walker is founder of Cardiovascular Institute of the South and co-founder of the New Cardiovascular Horizons conference, the largest peripheral arterial disease (PAD) medical conference and 4th largest cardiovascular conference in the nation. The conference was held from June 2-5, 2010 in New Orleans. "We want to increase the awareness of PAD and common risk factors that are overlooked," said Dr. Walker. "We can create awareness and suggest screening methods that can save not only legs, but lives." *Production by HTV-10 in Houma, LA. 6/7/2010
Cardiovascular Institute of the South has served south Louisiana for 27 years, providing comprehensive cardiovascular care with the latest technology and most compassionate care. www.cardio.com *Production by Berning Marketing LLC.
OSU-Oklahoma City 2010 Graduation! www.osuokc.edu Congrats to all the graduates! More info: www.osuokc.edu
Dr. John Eidt, head of vascular surgery at UAMS, offers cutting-edge treatment using state-of-the-art equipment and technology. To schedule an appointment, please visit www.uamshealth.com
Sonography is the use of high-frequency sound waves, also known as ultrasound, to observe the internal world of the human body. ACC offers a two year program which prepares individuals for a health career in either Echocardiography or Vascular Technology which are branches of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Upon graduation, students will possess the skills necessary to perform ultrasound and related diagnostic exams of the heart or blood vessels. For more information call: 281.756.3531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Alvin Community College - Right Choice.
(January 26, 2010) Michael Marks, Stanford Professor of Radiology, and Robert Dodd, Stanford Assistant Professor in Neurosurgery and Radiology, discuss three pathologies: strokes, aneurisms, arteriovenous malformations. Stanford Mini Med School is a series arranged and directed by Stanford's School of Medicine, and presented by the Stanford Continuing Studies program. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford Continuing Studies: csp.stanford.edu Stanford Channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com
Superior patient outcomes in cardiology are commonplace at St. Francis Hospital. Diana Brown, RN, explains how teamwork, collaboration, constantly evolving technology and experienced nurses and physicians help ensure highly successful patient care in cardiology laboratories at the St. Francis Heart Center in Indianapolis.
innovationsmedical.com 1st Physician in Dallas/ Fort Worth to offer Activated Fat Transfer w/ PRP 90% Fat Cell Survival now with PRP Activated Fat Transfer Dr. Bill Johnson of Innovations Medical in Dallas, Tx What is FAMI (Facial Fat Transfer)? FAMI is an acronym for Fat Autograft Muscle Injection. FAMI represents a minimally invasive, fat transfer procedure that addresses the loss of fat that people see in their faces over years of aging. Dr. Johnson harvests fat from areas you do not want it, refines it, and then carefully re-injects it into specific areas of your face. It is truly a mixture of science and art, and in turn, offers a worthy substitution for fillers or face lifts. Dr. Johnson plans the procedure by comparing a current photo of the patient to a photo of the patient when they were 18-20 years old. At 18-20, our bodies have the most fat in the facial areas, and photos from this age provide accurate representations of what was, and what could be after fat transfer. At Innovations Medical, all FAMI procedures are done while awake, under local anesthesia. This technique allows the patient to walk out of the office and lessen post procedure downtime. FAMI is different from other Fat Transfer procedures. Traditional fat transfer, also called autologus fat transplantation, has been around for a couple decades. Though the idea has stayed the same, the techniques and processes have changed dramatically. FAMI brings a new way of thinking to the fat transfer ...
Bill Gemma, manager of sales and marketing of OEM Products for Bard Peripheral Vascular, presents the various technologies the company presented at the MD&M West 2010 show to MDT magazine Editor-in-Chief, Sean Fenske. Visit www.bardpvoem.com for more information about Bard.
pennstatehershey.org What defines great cardiac care? It's more than heart transplants. It's more than internationally known doctors. It's more than technology that prolongs life. It's results. Quality of care that delivers quality of life. It's what we provide. Good people, great medicine. Penn State Hershey Heart and Vascular Institute.
CED STREAK Showcase Finale Highlights Four of Area's Top Tech, Life Sciences ...PR-USA.net (press release)Vascular Pharmaceuticals is focused on the development and commercialization of novel therapeutic products for the treatment of cardiovascular and metabolic ...
PEOPLE IN BUSINESSDelmarva NowPreviously, he was a cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon at Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Buchness helped establish the first community hospital ...and more »
This animation was created for VasoNova, an early stage medical device company to illustrate their revolutionary vascular positioning technology platform. ... "3D animation" "medical device" "vascular postitioning" "clinical training"
Kensey Nash cuts 2Q, yearly revenue forecastsBusinessWeekMedical technology company Kensey Nash Corp. said Friday that its fiscal-second quarter revenue was weaker than expected, and reduced its revenue estimates ...and more »
Aastrom Biosciences Announces Pricing of Unit OfferingCNNMoney.com (press release)The Company's proprietary Tissue Repair Cell (TRC) technology expands the numbers of stem and early progenitor cells from a small amount of bone marrow ...and more »
Sentara opens 'hybrid' operating roomDaily PressThis new operating room has allowed Sentara to develop the first vascular team of nurses, technologists and vascular surgeons in the country.and more »
CryoLife Becomes Largest Shareowner of Medafor, Inc. and Proposes Combination ...CNNMoney.com (press release)... technology under the private label HemoStase® within the US for use in cardiac and vascular surgery and in many international markets for cardiac, ...Atlanta firm launches hostile bid for MedaforMinneapolis Star TribuneCryoLife buys stake in MedaforAtlanta Business Chronicleall 20 news articles »
The Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center Purchases Third Sensei X Robotic ...CNNMoney.com (press release)Methodist has also opened a new Vascular Research Laboratory, where physicians will use the Sensei X and other flexible robotics technology to research ...and more »
Google Tech Talk July 30, 2007 ABSTRACT Stem cell technology and the debate surrounding it has generated agreat deal of excitement and controversy in recent years. The field is surrounded by misconceptions, hype and yet very significant potential. In this talk we'll cover: defining what are stem cells really and where do they come from... the differences between embryonic stem cells and 'adult stem cells' (ie derived from our own bone marrow, fat, umbilical cord blood, placentas and even ...
ClearStream contractIBTimesClearStream Technologies has signed a further two-year extension to a worldwide distribution agreement with interventional vascular technology specialist ...and more »
Driver charged with DWI, assault by auto in crashNorthJersey.comHis mother, Patricia, rushed him to the Summit Medical Group in Berkeley Heights, where her husband is Director of Vascular Technology. ...
Cardiac Vascular Institute of Ultrasound, CVIU, offers a one year course in Vascular Ultrasound and a one year course in Echocadiography. Situated on the beautiful gulfcoast. US labor and statistics predict a 26 % increase in the fields of Vascular Ultrasound and Echocardiography technologists by 2016. ... CVIU vascular cardiac echocardiography sonography school
...best known for its use in pregnancy, it is also used to make images of the abdomen, vascular system and heart. Ultrasound technologists are one kind of medical-imaging technologist. Others specialize in X-rays, CT scans or MRIs. ``Imaging sort of marries the...
Food For Thought, A News CafeNavigating the Vascular HighwayFood For Thought, A News CafeMMCR's lead registered vascular technologist Michael Lemos performs the examinations. “The first exam is the ankle-brachial index, or ABI, and it takes five ...
fortworth.jobing.com We're CardioVascular Home Care, Inc., an RN-founded and owned home health care company providing a high level of technology-supported, consistent, quality nursing and ancillary services to patients with chronic heart and lung disease in the Greater Fort Worth metropolitan area since 1994. Our company is guided by a professional advisory board whose membership includes cardiologists, a cardiovascular clinical nurse specialist, social workers, and other health care professionals.
Duluth Clinic vascular surgeon Dr. Christopher DeMaioribus says with minimally invasive vascular techniques, patients recover much more quickly. The Duluth Clinic has a surgical suite that allows surgeons to see 3D images of a patient's blood vessels as a procedure is performed.
Cardiovascular Technology is a medical specialty dealing with the clinical diagnosis of three of the most serious health problems in the United States today--heart, lung and vascular diseases. A majority of the fastest growing jobs will be in occupations that do not require a baccalaureate degree but do require postsecondary education such as that offered at community colleges. A community college Associate in Science Degree will increase personal income with the payback on this education in ...
CSC's Sonography Program
The Emory Heart & Vascular Center now offers Telehealth, a relatively new way to bring healthcare closer to patients. Using videoconferencing technology to transmit live video and medical information, Emory Heart & Vascular specialists can see patients who live in rural Georgia without the patients' having to travel to Atlanta. Emory Heart & Vascular Center www.emoryhealthcare.org
and accuracy during deep vein cannulation and IV placement. For more videos and information about ultrasound technology, go to www.sonosite.com. ... "Case study" SonoSite ultrasound anesthesiology "vascular access" "intravenous catheter placement" "median nerve" "basilica vein" "vascular structures" "brachial complex" "brachial vein" "brachial artery" "vascular line placement" anatomy angiocath "emergency medicine" "critical care" IV "deep vein cannulation" "portable ultrasound" "Dr. ...
how Dopper color flow is used to differentiate the brachial artery from other anatomical structures. For more videos and information about ultrasound technology, go to www.sonosite.com. ... "Case study" SonoSite ultrasound anesthesiology "vascular access" "intravenous catheter placement" "Doppler flow" "basilica vein" "vascular structures" "brachial complex" "brachial vein" "brachial artery" "vascular line placement" "emergency medicine" "critical care" "portable ultrasound" "Dr. Phillips ...
Using Ultrasound for Vascular Access
Increasingly, vascular stent technology is moving to smaller devices with micron-resolution features. In addition, new, but difficult to machine, bio-absorbable polymers are being used for a number of coronary stent applications. Raydiance Smart Light provides a revolutionary tool for athermally ablating these tiny stents. In this video, Raydiance ultrafast technology is used to machine this bio-stent with 150 micron walls and a 3.5 mm diameter. The struts created with Smart Light are 80 ...
Increasingly, vascular stent technology is moving to smaller devices with micron-resolution features. In addition, new, but difficult to machine, bio-absorbable polymers are being used for a number of coronary stent applications. Raydiance Smart Light provides a revolutionary tool for athermally ablating these tiny stents. In this video, Raydiance ultrafast technology is used to machine this bio-stent with 150 micron walls and a 3.5 mm diameter. The struts created with Smart Light are 80 microns wide.
KBVC, Las Vegas NBC affiliate, reports for over 10 years a low-frequency acoustic technology developed by Medsonix is amazingly treating a wide range of ailments, from migraine headaches, to diabetes, cardio vascular disorder, arthritis and even MS. The technology is FDA registered as a "Class One Medical Device", the safest classification possible. There is currently a major national medical study under way to determine why the technology works so incredibly well. To discover more visit www ...