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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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Rhaeos, Inc. Receives FDA Breakthrough Device Designation for FlowSense™ Noninvasive Thermal Sensor

The Breakthrough Device Designation is supported by data from several recently published studies demonstrating effective use of FlowSense in detecting changes in cerebrospinal fluid volume and flow. By receiving this designation, Rhaeos will work in close collaboration with the FDA to streamline the market clearance process of FlowSense for this high-risk patient population.
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Arterys Raises $28 Million to Accelerate the Delivery of Medical AI to Practices Around the World

"The current crisis has shown us the necessity of a different approach to providing healthcare, where technology and AI are crucial for future success. Arterys is committed to transforming the way AI is integrated into the medical workflow, a promise that is long due in the industry. We recently launched our cloud platform and marketplace that will consolidate the work of thousands of AI models to be readily available for use by healthcare institutions around the globe," said Henry Weinstein, Managing Partner at Benslie International Ltd.
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