GE Marquette and Critikon in monitoring link:
This article was originally published in Clinica
GE Marquette Medical Systems and Critikon are to form a global alliance to jointly develop and distribute patient monitoring equipment and supplies used in clinics and hospitals. In addition, Critikon will use GE Marquette's global service network to enhance its technical support to customers. The Tampa, Florida-based company will have access to GE Marquette's unity network, apex telemetry, clinical information center (CIC) and Dash patient monitoring products which provide hospitals with advanced clinical and networking facilities. GE Marquette will gain access to Critikon's DINAMAP technology and supplies, which it describes as the industry's standard for non-invasive blood pressure monitoring.
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