Posts filed under: Anesthesiology

MedInvent Receives CE Mark for NasoNeb II Nasal Nebulizer

Medical Device Company Receives ISO and CMDCAS Certification; Signs First European Distributor...
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ResMed’s myAir Significantly Improves Adherence to CPAP Therapy in Patients with Sleep Apnea

ResMed recently announced new European research from Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC), revealing that patients with sleep apnea who use ResMed’s myAir have greater adherence to CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy than those who don’t....
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Mindray Introduces Optimizer Suite for A7 Anesthesia Workstation

Optimizer Suite supports low flow anesthesia with real time monitoring of anesthetic agent was showcased at the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Congress...
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Invacare, Philips Respironics, DeVilbiss Lead European Market for Oxygen Therapy Devices Driven by Increased Cases of COPD

The European market for oxygen therapy devices is expected to grow, reaching €76 million by 2022....
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New Study – Children Born Prematurely Risk Complications from Anesthesia and Sedation

A new study recently published in the journal Pediatrics suggests that children born prematurely may be at risk for complications from anesthesia and sedation at least into young adulthood....
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MEDNAX Acquires Florida-Based Anesthesiology Practice Millennium Anesthesia Care

The practice’s anesthesia services include general anesthesia, neurosurgery (including spine), cardiac, vascular, pediatric, orthopedic, obstetric, gynecologic, chronic pain and acute pain management for post-operative pain....
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Infant Resuscitators Important Factor for US Transport Ventilation Equipment Market

This trend is resulting in increased sales of lower-end automatic ventilators in the automatic infant resuscitators and hybrid ventilator categories....
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FDA Hits Halyard Health With a Class 1 Recall

FDA warned the use of this recalled product could cause serious health risks, including delayed patient treatment, breathing difficulties, and death....
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Growth in the U.S. Oxygen Therapy Market

  The market for portable oxygen concentrators continues to grow at double digit rates, with the share of ambulatory oxygen therapy patients on portable oxygen concentrators increasing steadily. The overall oxygen therapy market is broken into 6 types of devices:...
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Rise in Sleep Apnea Awareness is a Contributing Factor to Growth in ARS Market

Sleep apnea is a respiratory disorder characterized by periods of apnea (a cessation in breathing) and hypopnea (disruptively shallow breathing or slow respiratory rate) during sleep. During either of these “apneic” events, breathing ceases long enough to allow several normal...
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