FDAnews Device Daily Bulletin
Feb. 3, 2005 | Vol. 2 No. 24
ARIBA X-Ray has announced that Campbell Scientific (CSI) made a strategic investment in the year-old startup to ready the NOMAD technology.
NIR Diagnostics, a developer of near-infrared diagnostic instruments, has announced the issuance of a U.S. patent titled, "Sample Tab," a patent under license by the company.
Candela plans to introduce next generation I2PL technology for skin rejuvenation of vascular and pigmented abnormalities.
Ingen Technologies, a medical device manufacturer and service provider for medical and consumer markets, has received approval to complete the final phase of development for OxyALERT, the company's flagship product.
Agendia and Arcturus have signed a license agreement under which Agendia obtained the exclusive European rights to the TUO-gene expression profile (Tumor of Unknown Origin) discovered by Arcturus.
DOBI Medical International has announced another key step in the continued expansion of its international presence with the signing of new distributor agreements for the ComfortScan system with Advanced Imaging, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Tromp Medical Engineering, the Netherlands.
Medical Services International will begin supplying VScan HIV test kits to five hospitals in the People's Republic of China.
Salmon Express has announced the signing of an agreement and plan of merger with MicroMed Technology, a Delaware corporation.
Clinical Data has obtained exclusive distribution rights for a unique line of hematology analyzers and reagents developed by Melet Schloesing Laboratories of Cergy-Pontoise, France.
Bio-Matrix Scientific Group is in the process of applying for a research and product development grant from the Department of the Army.
R2 Technology, a designer of medical computer aided detection (CAD), has announced the introduction of the ImageChecker LS CAD system, designed exclusively for low volume film-based mammography sites.
Ventana Medical Systems has announced a multiyear agreement with Laboratory
Corporation of America (LabCorp) to place Ventana's BenchMark XT advanced tissue
staining systems in the company's laboratories nationwide.
Aspectrics, a supplier of Encoded Photometric Infrared Spectroscopy (EP-IR) analyzers to OEMs, has begun shipping evaluation units of its EP-IR technology to OEMs who manufacture analytical and process instrumentation.
Ferraris, the medical devicemaker, warned a number of cancelled trials from pharmaceutical companies will hit first half results.
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