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But adoption of wireless devices is painfully slow.
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But adoption of wireless devices is painfully slow.

The disparate and broad range of medical devices and applications, and surgery or average patient room makes the choice of a single wireless protocol impractical. In this environment, technology decision makers assurances the robustness and reliability the robustness and reliability of a particular device or wireless connectivity solution.. The Promise of Wireless Patient Monitors – New Study Research analyzes markets and technological factorsThe vision of health care facilities to the ubiquitous wires that connect patients monitors and therapeutic devices to resolved was written and promoted for nearly a decade. But adoption of wireless devices is painfully slow, hampered by concerns over patient privacy and quality-of-care, the costs of switching to wireless networks, and emerging wireless technologies that put power to healthcare decision-makers at a moving target.

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The results of the study are contained in Wireless Patient Monitors: Markets & Opportunities, A new report researched and written by Applied Data Research.About Applied DataApplied Data Research is a healthcare technology consulting firm for medical market strategies, product commercialization, venture development, and market research is concentrated.Early-stage Cancers Symposium Press announcedfour trials from the seventh annual gastro Cancers Symposium compression programs are in the an embargoed press cast . The studies will focus on advances in the detection and treatment colorectal, stomach and pancreatic cancer.

During the pressed be cast research present four operational studies, including:.

– Results of a study assessing the PAM4 antibody testing the detection of early-stage pancreatic carcinoma.

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