Recom and TZ in jv to improve diagnostic catheters
This article was originally published in Clinica
Hoping to solve the problem of interference on intracardiac diagnostic catheter readings, Recom Managed Systems plans to combine its signal-amplification and noise-reduction technologies with catheters made by Portland, Oregon-based TZ Medical. Under a proposed joint venture, investigators will examine the potential for Recom's amplifier to substantially reduce noise or interference in TZ's next-generation line of catheters.
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