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1) Philips to acquire Capsule Technologies for $635 million

The deal would scale Philips' patient management services for all hospital care settings

2) Mindray opens refurbishment program for ultrasounds, monitors and anesthesia machines

Clinicians with limited budgets will be able to access quality systems at affordable prices

3) AliveCor sues Apple for patent infringement of ECG technology in mobile phones

AliveCor alleges that the Apple Watch Series 4 EKG app is too similar in its features to three patents

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Patient Monitors

Mindray opens refurbishment program for ultrasounds, monitors and anesthesia machines
Clinicians with limited budgets will be able to access quality systems at affordable prices
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Healthcare professionals give their views in direct interviews and in survey responses to this and other key questions, in the new report from Beecham Research

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Philips to acquire Capsule Technologies for $635 million
The deal would scale Philips' patient management services for all hospital care settings
AliveCor sues Apple for patent infringement of ECG technology in mobile phones
AliveCor alleges that the Apple Watch Series 4 EKG app is too similar in its features to three patents
Kentucky hospital first in US to implant Bluetooth-enabled cardiac device in patient
Communicates information to doctors via Bluetooth with a smartphone app
Stryker introduces the first wireless hospital bed
Intelligent bed, ProCuity, expected to be able to reduce in-hospital patient falls by 50%
New eyeglass shows fluoroscopic images directly to surgeons during procedures
May help reduce distractions, procedure time and radiation exposure
GE deploys software solution for monitoring COVID-19 patients
Identifies patients at risk of deterioration or who require intervention
Wearable remote monitoring in cardiac cases
The possibilities for medical-grade wearables are just being realized
Keeping COVID-19 a non-factor
The emerging value of telehealth and remote patient monitoring for fighting infectious disease
GE Healthcare beefs up cybersecurity protection for providers with Skeye
Combines AI and remote security operations center monitoring
From alarm management to AI, patient monitoring gets a facelift
New solutions are raising the bar on operational effectiveness
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Leading manufacturers lend support to Chinese hospitals in coronavirus epidemic
Donating scanners, respiratory equipment, monitors
Cybersecurity risks uncovered in GE monitors
Global install base for impacted systems estimated in the hundreds of thousands
The future of remote monitoring
Insights from Harsh Dharwad, chief technology officer for Nihon Kohden America
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