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GE expands Biosense Webster deal for ultrasound tech:

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

GE Healthcare and Biosense Webster have extended a long-standing strategic partnership, with the aim of developing real-time ultrasound imaging technology for use in electrophysiology procedures. The partnership, of which financials details were not revealed, will see GE combine its ultrasound imaging capabilities with EP catheter technology belonging to Diamond Bar, California-based Biosense Webster. GE claims the two companies are to co-develop imaging solutions specifically for intracardiac therapies. The companies had previously built an alliance in order to integrate GE's CardioLab IT system for electrophysiology recording with Biosense Webster's Carto mapping system.

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