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  • Supplier Profile
    One Team, One Vision, One Goal Established in 2003, OpSens Medical, a division of OpSens (TSX:OPS), was founded on the belief that their innovative technologies would help to improve cardiovascular...
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    Amphenol Advanced Sensors, with its portfolio of industry-leading brands - Thermometrics, NovaSensor, Telaire, Protimeter and Kaye - is an innovator in advanced sensing technologies and innovative...
  • News - 9 Feb 2011
    CardioMEMS has launched an accelerator that monitors heart patients. The device was tested successfully in May 2010 leading to a purchase order from St. Jude Medical, a company in St. Paul, Minn.,...
  • Supplier Profile
    We built Blumio from the ground up with an audacious idea: to create a sensor that can measure blood pressure without applying any pressure on the body. We have teamed up with major medical device...
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    Sensors Expo & Conference is the only event in North America focused on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. For 30+ years, Sensors has brought technical innovation and thought leadership to...
  • News - 7 Oct 2010
    With the advent of innovative micro-electromechanical sensor technology the doctors can easily inspect the cardiac status of patients following surgery by implanting the MEMS device in...
  • News - 1 Apr 2010
    A recent clinical study that was published in the Anesthesia & Analgesia has proved that the Masimo PVI is able to predict successfully the hemodynamic effects due to positive end-expiratory...
  • News - 16 Feb 2012
    Integrated Sensing Systems (ISSYS), a Michigan-based developer of high performance MEMS system for scientific and medical sensing systems has announced that ISSYS along with the University of Michigan...
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    Thermometrics, Inc., which belongs to the Amphenol Advanced Sensors series of brands, designs and creates a wide range of NTC thermistors.
  • News - 30 Jan 2012
    Integrated Sensing Systems (ISSYS), in collaboration with Dr Martin Bocks and his team of researchers at the University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center, has developed a wireless, batter-free...