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Polish Doctors Develop New Portable Fetal Heart Monitor

Polish Doctors Develop New Portable Fetal Heart Monitor

July 28, 2016

Known as the Pregnabit, the handheld fetal monitor measures fetal heart rate, muscle contractions of the uterus, fetal movement and includes a pulse oximeter. The device itself is the same size as a smartphone and can fit inside a small case along with its sensors.

BD Reaches 100 Mark with Infusion Pump Operability

BD Reaches 100 Mark with Infusion Pump Operability

July 26, 2016

Leading global medical technology company, BD, recently announced that over 100 hospitals and healthcare institutions have integrated the company’s electronic medical record (EMR) interoperability solutions for its Alaris™ System intelligent infusion pump platform.

Baxter International Inc. Dubbed “One of the Most Community-Minded Companies” in the US

Baxter International Inc. Dubbed “One of the Most Community-Minded Companies” in the US

July 14, 2016

Baxter International Inc. was honored for several of its 2015 initiatives by Points of Light and was recognized as one of the organization’s Civic 50 “Most Community-Minded Companies” in the United States. This year marks the company’s third consecutive year as an awardee.

New Content Partnership between AWHONN and GNOSIS for OB Announced

New Content Partnership between AWHONN and GNOSIS for OB Announced

July 12, 2016

The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) recently announced their latest partnership with GNOSIS for OB to provide healthcare providers with all-new educational content on the online learning platform.

AAMI Foundation and NACNS to Host Seminars on Infusion Therapy Safety

AAMI Foundation and NACNS to Host Seminars on Infusion Therapy Safety

July 7, 2016

The AAMI foundation and National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists have partnered up to provide a series of patient safety seminars online. Each seminar will discuss patient safety issues relating to complex healthcare technology, including infusion therapy.

Prehypertensive Pregnant Women 6.5 More Likely To Develop Metabolic Syndrome

Prehypertensive Pregnant Women 6.5 More Likely To Develop Metabolic Syndrome

July 5, 2016

A first-of-its-kind finding, published in the American Heart Association’s journal Hypertension, suggests that pregnant women who experience frequent blood pressure elevations in the higher normal range are 6.5 times more prone to developing postpartum cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome.

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