tissue tracking

tissue tracking

Cardiology A component of cardiac ultrasonography that improves visualization of the heart's regional wall motion. See Ultrasonography.
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The agreement with IMS calls for the development, marketing, distribution and support of a LifeNet Health vendor version of IMS' tissue tracking software.
An implant and tissue tracking module that provides hospitals with an intuitive and efficient set of tools and workflows that meet their regulatory compliance objectives.
Aside from automating the process for tissue tracking, the SIS Trax system offers hospitals a way to maximize revenue and reduce costs by identifying exactly when, where and why tissue is being wasted.
To enhance investigative and compliance activities the agency is considering options to improve the speed and reliability of tissue tracking from donor to recipient.
0 also includes a surgery management module that coordinates surgery procedures and surgeon preferences, pre-admission activity monitoring, tissue tracking, suite utilization, materials management, clinical worker training and certification, perioperative charting, anesthesia management integration, and surgery-based EHR.
A healthcare IT and major company in tissue tracking and medical device management systems (MDMS) for health-care facilities, Champion Medical Technologies, has signed a deal with Mayo Clinic to create and market a warranty credit management system for medical implants utilized in cardiac electrophysiology.
EchoInsight is powered by Epsilon Imaging's breakthrough proprietary tissue tracking technology, which can be applied to both speckle and RF data, allowing for robust strain imaging that can be used with studies from virtually any ultrasound system on the market.
The Clarity[R] with Autoscan* real-time soft tissue tracking is an example of this.