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A representative of a drug sponsor who has medical authority to evaluate the safety aspects of a clinical trial.
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com adds "China Medical Monitor Industry Report, 2014-2017" and "Global and Chinese Medical Monitors Industry, 2009-2019" market research reports in the medical devices category of its online business intelligence library.
Delivery, instruction, transfer of medical monitors monochrome and color category A (Lot 1) and PACS workstations (LOT 2).
Along with the in-depth implementation of new medical reform, China's medical monitors, which were mainly used to monitor critical patients in the past, have found application in general wards, basic medical units and community medical units at present, thereby driving the rapid growth of market size.
From January to October of 2013 China's export volume of medical monitors climbed 16.
With the synergy of the rising requirements for monitor from critical patients and the development of monitor from ICU to general ward, medical monitors have been further popularized in China.
In addition, the agreement provides for the transfer of intellectual property from Medical Monitors Limited (MML), an Australian Stock Exchange listed company, subject to ratification by MML shareholders.
EON Media's new entertainment and information system, designed for patients' bedside use, will feature VitalScreen(TM) medical monitors from Planar Systems, Inc.
The biomedical venture that manufactures wireless medical monitors and rehabilitation devices was named the 2nd fastest growing business in Cleveland Ohio by Inc.
From the brand perspective, the key brands of global medical monitors are PHILIPS (Netherlands), GE (the United States) and Mindray (Shenzhen, China); the market share of these three enterprises occupy more than a half of the global market, and the market shows oligopoly pattern.
amp;uot;We have eliminated one of the major limitations with medical monitors - the distortion caused by a curved screen.
The 15" and 18" medical monitors offer uncompromising performance, exceptional gray-scale reproduction and can be mounted to a wall, ceiling, arm or optional stand.
Planar also provides a variety of display system options from display modules and subsystems for integration into a customer's product to "plug-and-play" medical monitors compatible across applications and in compliance with UL 2601/IEC60601.

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