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— The Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor market. The report provides a basic overview of the Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. This report also states import/export consumption, supply and demand figures, cost, price, revenue and gross margins, and the global market size (volume and value), and the sales segment market is also discussed by product type, applications and region. Key companies profiled in this report are Covidien plc (Ireland), Criticare Systems, Inc. (US), Drager Medical GmbH (Germany), Invivo Corporation (US), Ivy Biomedical Systems, Inc. (US), Masimo Corporation (US), Mindray North America (US), Nihon Kohden Corporation (Japan), Nonin Medical, Inc. (US), OSI Systems, Inc. (US), Philips Healthcare (Netherlands), Physio-Control, Inc. (US), Radiometer Medical ApS (Denmark), Smiths Medical (US), Thames Medical (UK), Weinmann Gerate Fur Medizin GmbH + Co. KG (Germany), Welch Allyn Inc. (US) and more in terms of basic information, product categories, Sales (Volume), Revenue (Million USD), Price (USD/Unit) and Gross Margin (%) (2012-2017). Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Market Report covers Wound-healing Monitor, Baby Monitor and others as product types whereas applications covered in this report are Hospitals and Clinics. Table of Contents: 1 Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Market Overview 2 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Competitions by Players 3 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Competitions by Types 4 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Competitions by Application 5 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Production Market Analysis by Region 6 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Sales Market Analysis by Region 7 Imports and Exports Market Analysis 8 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Players Profiles and Sales Data 9 Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Manufacturing Cost Analysis 10 Industrial Chain and Downstream Buyers 11 Marketing Channels Analysis 12 Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitor Market Forecast (2017-2022) 13 Research Findings and Conclusion Inquire for more details / sample / discount at: For more information, please visit

News Article | May 13, 2017

The major companies covered in the report include, Fujifilm Medical Systems, Inc. GE Healthcare Ltd., Hitachi Medical Corporation, Invivo Corporation, McKesson Corporation, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Healthcare, Hologic Inc., iCAD, Inc. -- Computer Aided Detection Market is segmented on the basis of application and imaging modalities. On the basis application, the CAD market is segmented as breast cancer, lung cancer, Colon/Rectal cancer, Prostate cancer, Liver cancer, Bone cancer, Cardiovascular and Neurological applications and others Computer aided detection is useful to decrease observational oversights and helps minimizing negative rates of physicians interpreting medical images. CAD refers to pattern recognition software that helps scan digital images or mammographic images to identify and highlight conspicuous patters that are on the medical images, such patters are possible diseases. The global computer aided detection market size was valued over USD 450 million in 2015.The primary reason for the growth of market is growing prevalence of cancers, such as breast cancer, lung cancer, bone cancer, and prostate cancer as computer aided detection is used in cancer screening.  Moreover, growing market for medical imaging is expected to drive the global market for computer aided detection. Globally, the rise in number of cancer patients and investments in the development of medical devices for treating cancer is anticipated to have a significant impact on the computer aided detection market. The global market size of computer aided detection is expected to expand at a CAGR between 13.5% and 14.0% over the forecast period 2016-2022 to surpass US$ 1.05 billion by 2022Computer aided detection market is segmented on the basis of application and imaging modalities. On the basis application, the CAD market is segmented as breast cancer, lung cancer, Colon/Rectal cancer, Prostate cancer, Liver cancer, Bone cancer, Cardiovascular and Neurological applications and others (including Musculoskeletal, Oncological medical fields, other cancers). On the basis of imaging modalities, the market is segmented as magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound imaging, X-Ray Imaging, Mammography, Tomosynthesis, and others (including nuclear imaging and CT).The report provides analysis of the world computer aided detection market covering geographic areas such as North America, South America, Asia Pacific, Europe and RoW. In 2015 the world computer aided detection market was dominated by North America due to significant demand for CAD in the U.S. and Canada. The Asia – Pacific region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR owing to rapid growth in emerging economies such as India and China.·      Fujifilm Medical Systems, Inc.·      GE Healthcare Ltd.·      Hitachi Medical Corporation·      Invivo Corporation·      McKesson Corporation·      Philips Healthcare,·      Siemens Healthcare·      Hologic Inc.·      iCAD Inc.·     Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation.Click below to access full report @ computer-aided- dete...

Huang F.,Invivo Corporation | Chen Y.,University of Florida | Yin W.,Rice University | Lin W.,Invivo Corporation | And 3 more authors.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine | Year: 2010

The method of enforcing sparsity during magnetic resonance imaging reconstruction has been successfully applied to partially parallel imaging (PPI) techniques to reduce noise and artifact levels and hence to achieve even higher acceleration factors. However, there are two major problems in the existing sparsity-constrained PPI techniques: speed and robustness. By introducing an auxiliary variable and decomposing the original minimization problem into two subproblems that are much easier to solve, a fast and robust numerical algorithm for sparsity-constrained PPI technique is developed in this work. The specific implementation for a conventional Cartesian trajectory data set is named self-feeding Sparse Sensitivity Encoding (SENSE). The computational cost for the proposed method is two conventional SENSE reconstructions plus one spatially adaptive image denoising procedure. With reconstruction time approximately doubled, images with a much lower root mean square error (RMSE) can be achieved at high acceleration factors. Using a standard eight-channel head coil, a net acceleration factor of 5 along one dimension can be achieved with low RMSE. Furthermore, the algorithm is insensitive to the choice of parameters. This work improves the clinical applicability of SENSE at high acceleration factors. © 2010 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

Cheng H.,Indiana University Bloomington | Li Y.,Invivo Corporation
Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Year: 2010

Respiratory noise is a confounding factor in functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data analysis. A novel method called Respiratory noise Correction using Phase information is proposed to retrospectively correct for the respiratory noise in functional MRI (fMRI) time series. It is demonstrated that the respiratory movement and the phase of functional MRI images are highly correlated in time. The signal fluctuation due to respiratory movements can be effectively estimated from the phase variation and removed from the functional MRI time series using a Wiener filtering technique. In our experiments, this new method is compared with RETROICOR, which requires recording respiration signal simultaneously in an fMRI experiment. The two techniques show comparable performance with respect to the respiratory noise correction for fMRI time series. However, this technique is more advantageous because there is no need for monitoring the subjects' respiration or changing functional MRI protocols. This technique is also potentially useful for correcting respiratory noise from abnormal breathing or when the respiration is not periodic. © 2010 Elsevier Inc.

King S.B.,National Research Council Canada | Varosi S.M.,Invivo Corporation | Duensing G.R.,Invivo Corporation
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine | Year: 2010

With the number of receivers available on clinical MRI systems now ranging from 8 to 32 channels, data compression methods are being explored to lessen the demands on the computer for data handling and processing. Although software-based methods of compression after reception lessen computational requirements, a hardwarebased method before the receiver also reduces the number of receive channels required. An eight-channel Eigencoil array is constructed by placing a hardware radiofrequency signal combiner inline after preamplification, before the receiver system. The Eigencoil array produces signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of an optimal reconstruction using a standard sum-of-squares reconstruction, with peripheral SNR gains of 30% over the standard array. The concept of "receiver channel reduction"or MRI data compression is demonstrated, with optimal SNR using only four channels, and with a three-channel Eigencoil, superior sum-of-squares SNR was achieved over the standard eight-channel array. A three-channel Eigencoil portion of a product neurovascular array confirms in vivo SNR performance and demonstrates parallel MRI up to R 5 3. This SNR-preserving data compression method advantageously allows users of MRI systems with fewer receiver channels to achieve the SNR of higher-channel MRI systems. © 2010 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

Hillenbrand C.M.,St Jude Childrens Research Hospital | Reykowski A.,Invivo Corporation
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America | Year: 2012

This article discusses neonatal magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and reviews equipment and procedures for MR-related transport, sedation, monitoring, and scanning. MR is gaining importance in the diagnosis and clinical management of critically ill, and often very low birth weight infants, so research is ongoing to make transport and examination safer and imaging more successful. Efforts are focused on integration of dedicated neonate MR scanners in neonatal intensive care units, improvements in incubator technology and handling, and more efficient use of scan/sedation time by choosing dedicated neonate coil arrays that improve the signal-to-noise-ratio and facilitate the choice of modern imaging techniques. © 2012 Elsevier Inc.

Invivo Corporation | Date: 2014-03-10

A RF coil compression system for use with an MRI system configured to image a patients breast is disclosed. In one embodiment, the compression system comprises a first compression plate comprising a first plurality of RF coil elements, which is positioned in a plane oriented orthogonal to a direction of the main magnetic field and the first RF coil elements having a reception sensitivity to a B1 field and is orthogonal to a main magnetic field of the MRI system. The compresses system may further comprise a second compression plate, configured to be positioned opposing the first compression plate and orthogonal to the superior-inferior direction, the second compression plate comprising a second plurality of RF coil elements, the second RF coil elements having a reception sensitivity to a B1 field oriented in a direction substantially orthogonal to the first direction and to the main magnetic field of the MRI system.

Invivo Corporation | Date: 2012-01-18

A wireless patient sensor (16) for monitoring a patient (14) during an MRI examination, the patient sensor comprising: a housing positionable near the patient (14) during the MRI examination; an input circuit for receiving a physiological signal (22) from the patient (14); a transmitter (30) for transmitting the physiological signal (19) wirelessly to an external station (24) in a manner compatible with operation of the MRI machine; and a power source contained in the housing and providing power for the input circuit and transmitter (30), the power source comprising a capacitor storage (36) without chemical batteries. A system of powering of a wireless patient monitor using capacitors is also provided.

Invivo Corporation | Date: 2012-07-11

Computer software and hardware for processing and viewing medical radiology images; LCD monitors; digital entertainment system for displaying, storing and sharing audio and video files during medical procedures. Medical instrument and equipment for viewing medical images, namely, digital diagnostic imaging systems; magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) device for functional imaging for medical or diagnostic purposes; magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) instruments and equipment used for interventional medical procedures.

Huang F.,Invivo Corporation | Lin W.,Invivo Corporation | Bornert P.,Philips | Li Y.,Invivo Corporation | Reykowski A.,Invivo Corporation
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine | Year: 2010

A novel method, data convolution and combination operation, is introduced for the reduction of ghost artifacts due to motion or flow during data acquisition. Since neighboring k-space data points from different coil elements have strong correlations, a new "synthetic" k-space with dispersed motion artifacts can be generated through convolution for each coil. The corresponding convolution kernel can be self-calibrated using the acquired k-space data. The synthetic and the acquired data sets can be checked for consistency to identify k-space areas that are motion corrupted. Subsequently, these two data sets can be combined appropriately to produce a k-space data set showing a reduced level of motion induced error. If the acquired k-space contains isolated error, the error can be completely eliminated through data convolution and combination operation. If the acquired k-space data contain widespread errors, the application of the convolution also significantly reduces the overall error. Results with simulated and in vivo data demonstrate that this self-calibrated method robustly reduces ghost artifacts due to swallowing, breathing, or blood flow, with a minimum impact on the image signal-to-noise ratio. © 2010 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

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