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Researchers create MAGIC algorithm to predict bone marrow transplant patients' risk of dying Researchers from the Mount Sinai Health System have developed a new test to predict whether bone marrow transplant patients may die from common complication. Diagnostics > In Vitro Diagnostics > News

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In Vitro Diagnostics

Immunexpress gets FDA approval for SeptiCyte LAB to differentiate sepsis patients
Immunexpress has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the use of SeptiCyte LAB as an aid in differentiating infection-positive (sepsis) from infection-negative (SIRS) systemic inflammation in critically ill patients on their first day of ICU admission.
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MDBR Interviews Harry Glorikian About the Growing Significance of In Vitro Diagnostics
Sharing his insight with MDBR, Glorikian discusses the recent release of his report, Commercializing Novel IVDs: A Comprehensive Manual for Success, and the role of in vitro diagnostics (IVD) today.
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Diagnostic Imaging

Philips launches next generation image-guided therapy platform
By MDBR Staff Writer
Royal Philips has introduced next generation image-guided therapy platform, Azurion, which will enable clinicians to carry out a range of routine and complex procedures in the interventional lab.
Diagnostics > Diagnostic Imaging > News
Ambra Health launches cloud development platform for medical imaging
Ambra Health have launched Ambra for Developers, a cloud development platform for medical imaging, at HIMSS17.
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Endoscopy Devices

UM Baltimore, SurgiGyn enter exclusive licensing deal for medical device technology
University of Maryland (UM) Ventures and SurgiGyn, a developer of minimally invasive surgical devices, announced that the company has executed an exclusive licensing arrangement for the rights to innovative laparoscopic surgical device technology developed at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB).
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Maquet expands patent infringement lawsuit against Saphena Medical and Dr Chin
Maquet Cardiovascular, a worldwide leader in endoscopic vessel harvesting medical devices, filed an amended complaint against Saphena Medical and Dr Albert Chin on 6 February, 2017.
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