Category: Remote Monitoring

Remote Monitoring


Industry Insider: Bayer HealthCare Services

Medrad, Warrendale, Pa, has been around for 49 years. It won’t make it to 50—but that’s not because it is going anywhere; it just won’t be called the same thing when it hits the half-century mark.

Inside the Cardiac ICU

CCUs have much of the same equipment as general ICUs, in addition to a few more cardiac-centered devices. When BMET Steve Erdosy, technical site leader, clinical engineering, Indiana Hospital Community Health Network, Indianapolis, has to troubleshoot something in the hospital’s cardiac intensive care unit, also known as the CCU or CICU, he keeps in mind […]

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Barrington Medical Imaging

Like most companies, Barrington Medical Imaging (BMI), Barrington, Ill, began with a vision: to provide the US market with refurbished CT and MRI equipment that could compete with OEMs in terms of warranty, quality, and after-sale service. Partners Bill Yovic and Bill Erbes founded the company in 2000 after working together, both here and abroad, […]

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Controlled Power Company

Dave Gerds In the 4 decades since Controlled Power Company, Troy, Mich, tweaked the design and manufacture of modular AC to DC converters, it has beefed up its line to include uninterruptible power systems (UPS), voltage regulators, power line conditioners, shielded transformers, power distribution systems, and rectifiers. The company has spearheaded discoveries in the microprocessor […]

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Clinical Dynamics Corp

Leo Costello Clinical dynamics corp, wallingford, Conn, designs, manufactures, and markets NIBP simulators, SpO2 simulators, and SpO2 probe testers. Among its customers are clinical and biomedical engineering departments, patient monitoring makers, and independent service organizations. 24×7 spoke with Leo Costello, Clinical Dynamics’ principal founder, president, and director of research and development, about the company’s products, […]

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