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HD Medical Awarded FDA Clearance For HD Steth

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HD Medical, Inc. of Silicon Valley today announces that its flagship product, HD Steth, has received FDA clearance for all three product classification codes of DQD, DQC and DPS for Electronic Stethoscope, Phonocardiograph and Electrocardiograph combined into one device. HD Steth utilizes cutting-edge AI technology to enable clinicians to perform advanced cardiac evaluation at the point-of-care to save time and lives.
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Forest Devices Launches Collaboration With Alberta Health Services

Medical technology pioneer Forest Devices, Inc. (FDI) today announced a commitment to improve healthcare delivery for stroke patients in Alberta, forming a collaboration with Alberta Health Services (AHS) to evaluate and test technologies that can improve patient outcomes and health system performance by empowering emergency first responders to make informed decisions regarding care for stroke patients.
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Medable Partners With Datavant to Simplify Integration of Data Sources for Decentralized Clinical Trials

Medable Inc., the leading software provider for decentralized clinical trials, and Datavant, the leader in helping healthcare organizations safely connect their data, today announced a partnership that will help clinical trial teams easily integrate multiple data sources to accelerate decentralized trial design, recruitment and data management.
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First AR Spine Surgery Using Augmedics xvision Completed in U.S.

Augmedics’ xvision Spine System has been successfully used for the first time in a spinal fusion surgery in the United States. The system was used in a spinal surgery procedure by Johns Hopkins University surgeons.   Augmedics’ xvision Spine System has been successfully used for the first time in a spinal fusion surgery in the United States. The system was used in a spinal surgery procedure by Johns Hopkins University surgeons. 
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Western Ireland’s University Hospital Galway Leading Advanced Heart Failure Monitoring Clinical Trial

The investigational product, known as the Cordella Sensor from U.S.-based company called Endotronix, detects changes in the health of patients with heart failure while securely transmitting information to the cardiovascular team. With this data in real time, the cardiovascular team can not only receive relevant updates but also can intervene with the goal of preventing heart failure flare-up resulting in emergency hospitalization.
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