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CytoSorb - New review of clinical experiences from users meeting

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Beads that beat blood poisoning

Severe blood poisoning kills thousands of Britons every year, but now scientists are using tiny foam beads to stop it in its tracks.

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Complior Analyse - easy non-invasive measurement of pulse wave velocity and central pressure

Meta - Analysis of over 17,600 patients shows aortic pulse wave velocity improves cardiovascular risk prediction.

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LINC MEDICAL SYSTEMS LAUNCHES BLADDER INFUSION KIT - MCI/701

As of 1st May 2013, we are now very pleased to be able to offer the Bladder Infusion Kit. Below we have included two testimonials for the Bladder Infusion Kit. These two short testimonials will help introduce the product to you in a very real way.

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LINC MEDICAL SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES THE
UK LAUNCH OF CYTOSORB FROM CYTOSORBENTS
  


LINC Medical Systems Ltd is pleased to announce the UK launch of Cytosorb®, a powerful new weapon in the management of cytokine storm. The CytoSorb® filter will work with most standard hospital renal replacement therapy equipment and potentially increase survival rates in patients with high cytokine levels.

 

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NEWS RELEASE - HAEMOSPECT FROM MBR OPTICAL SYSTEMS GMBH

We are delighted to share with you a significant development in Germany. Last week (week ending May 31st 2013) the Bavarian Red Cross (responsible for blood donation collections) announced that it will be using the Haemospect non-invasive Haemoglobin measurement device for assessment of all of its blood donors.

All mobile blood donation units will carry a device, which represents approximately 50 Haemospect devices in routine use for determination of Haemoglobin levels of blood donors.

For further information on Haemospect and it’s availability in the UK please click here or contact us on 01572 717515.


ANOTHER FIRST FOR LINC MEDICAL SYSTEMS IN THE MAIL ON SUNDAY -
ABO INCOMPATABLE PAEDIATRIC LIVING DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT

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