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Medis Suite CT: The next step in CT analysis

Medis Suite CT: The next step in CT analysis

Scientific BlogsMedis Suite CT: The next step in CT Analysis Scientific Blogs Medis Suite CT Dear Medis enthusiasts, The year 2022 has a very positive outlook for the CT analysis,…

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Medis Suite Ultrasound: The blog

Medis Suite Ultrasound: The blog

Scientific blogsMedis Ultrasound: The blogIn December 2021, Medis introduced its newest solution, the Medis Suite Ultrasound: the vendor-independent software solution for echocardiographic applications. In this blog we would like to…

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Medis 1 on 1: Simone Biscaglia

QFR® as a predictive tool for post PCI physiology In the interview series ‘Medis 1 on 1’, prof. Hans Reiber (CSO, Medis Medical Imaging) interviews a scientist on his/her research…

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Medis 1 on 1: Prof. David Leistner & Aslihan Erbay

QFR® as a new tool for the assessment of non-culprit lesions in ACS In the interview series ‘Medis 1 on 1’, prof. Hans Reiber (CSO, Medis Medical Imaging) interviews a…

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Medis 1 on 1: Enrico Cerrato

Medis 1 on 1: Enrico Cerrato

QFR® as a new tool for the evaluation of CAD patients In the interview series ‘Medis 1 on 1’, prof. Hans Reiber (CSO, Medis Medical Imaging) interviews a scientist on…

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100th published article on QFR®

100th published article on QFR®

Medis Medical imaging is celebrating the 100th published peer-reviewed manuscript on our Quantitative Flow Ratio (QFR®) solution. QFR® is the innovative technology allowing for the non-invasive assessment of functional significant…

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Medis 1 on 1: Martin Sejr-Hansen

Medis 1 on 1: Martin Sejr-Hansen

QFR® and TAVI: A promising development In the interview series ‘Medis 1 on 1’, prof. Hans Reiber (CSO, Medis Medical Imaging) interviews a scientist on his/her research in cardiovascular imaging….

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FIRE trial: Using coronary physiology in revascularization

FIRE trial: Using coronary physiology in revascularization

At Medis we believe that QFR® is the future in angiography, QFR® is a non-non-invasive angiography based physiologic assessment of the presence and extent of coronary artery disease. QFR® provides…

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An interesting week in QFR® publications

An interesting week in QFR® publications

This last week, the 1st week of February 2021, a number of interesting papers related to QFR® were published in the international literature, which I would like to describe briefly…

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Why GLS?

Why GLS?

Why GLS? The advent of feature tracking technology for routinely acquired cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) cine images has enhanced the ability to describe cardiac function. Nowadays parameters describing myocardial deformation are increasingly…

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