MDEA 2014 Winners: Radiological and Electromechanical DevicesMDEA 2014 Winners: Radiological and Electromechanical Devices
MDEA 2014 Winners: Radiological and Electromechanical Devices
June 11, 2014
Radiological and Electromechanical Devices
LumaGEM Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) system. Manufactured and submitted by Gamma Medica (Salem, NH). LumaGEM is an effective adjunct to standard mammography. It is a patient-friendly and cost-effective tool for detecting early-stage cancers in dense breast tissue. Supply and design credit to Farm Design Inc. (Hollis, NH) and Sunrise Labs (Auburn, NH).
NvisionVLE Imaging System. Manufactured by NinePoint Medical (Cambridge, MA). The NvisionVLE Imaging System is the first and only volumetric optical coherence tomography device cleared by FDA for endoscopic imaging and imaging of esophageal tissue microstructure. Entry submitted by and supply and design credit to Farm Design Inc. (Hollis, NH).
AIRO Mobile Computed Tomography (CT) System. Manufactured and submitted by Mobius Imaging LLC (Ayer, MA). The AIRO Mobile CT integrates advanced imaging technologies into existing medical workflow and provides the clinician with procedural flexibility as well as real-time CT imaging information where and when it is needed. Supply and design credit to Varian Medical Systems (Salt Lake City), Excelitas Technologies (Salem, MA), Hamamatsu Corp. (Bridgewater, NJ), Analog Devices Inc. (Norwood, MA), Rotek Inc. (Aurora, OH), Marlborough Foundry Inc. (Marlborough, MA), and Aved Electronics Inc. (North Billerica, MA).
Atomlab 960 thyroid uptake system. Manufactured by Biodex Medical Systems (Shirley, NY).
DRX-Revolution mobile x-ray system. Manufactured and submitted by Carestream Health (Rochester, NY).
Over-the-Counter and Self-Care Devices
Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products
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