Early diagnosis

Hearing future heartbeats at ESC

Under the banner Hear today the heartbeats of tomorrow, at this year's ESC meeting GE Healthcare will showcase its latest cardiology technology for the management of cardiovascular disease (CVD) as well as several new products.

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These include the MAC 1600 electrocardiograph, which is based on Win CE5.0 to provide seamless communication to MUSE and CardioSoft and features automatic sync with a time server. GE points out that the device is scalable, to evolve as a department’s needs arise.
* A GE sponsored satellite symposium will be held on Tuesday, 2 September.
GE at ESC: Booth C520 + D500 in Hall B2.


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