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Dr. Phil
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re: Teardown: Inside the art of pulse oximetry
Dr. Phil   8/27/2010 1:46:30 AM
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I was a first gen paramedic, left the biz after 21 yrs and Pulse Ox was just getting on board ambulances at the time 93-94. This will truly be an important improvement and save a lot of time especially in ICU's and CCU's. In some cases the time it takes for a blood test is the time it takes to lose a patient. The 15k version will easily pay for itself in the first year of use. Hooray for Masimo..and thanks for the helpful tech! p

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re: Teardown: Inside the art of pulse oximetry
patrick.mannion   2/21/2010 6:28:26 PM
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I'm currently looking for a robotic teardown candidate for an EETimes robotics special edition. Any and all suggestions welcome, here or by email or twitter at patrick.mannion@ubm.com and @Patrick_Mannion, respectively. Thanks!



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