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QFR® Quicktips 2020

QFR® is the innovative technology allowing for the assessment of functional significant coronary lesions, without the use of adenosine and the use of pressure wires. In addition detailed anatomical information

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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®

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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GE Middle East and QFR® collaboration

Medis is very proud to announce a collaboration for QFR® with GE Middle East: “This collaboration with Medis means that technology that was exclusively available for research centers is now

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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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EuroPCR 18-20th May

You can see QFR® featured at the EuroPCR at the following places: Live-in-the-box Prof Andreas Baumbach, Barts Hospital, London, UK Live in the box: QFR and IMR Bruno Farah, MD,

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BCIS-ACI 21-23 April 2021

Medis will be present at the ACI Virtual Experience from the 21st till 23rd of April. The ACI programme will feature three-tracks filled with a wide variety of educational content

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SCMR 18-20 Feb 2021

At the latest SCMR meeting, Medis has organized the following symposium: Latest Advances in Strain ResearchDr. Kan Hor on the Implementation of Myocardial Strain in RVDr. Farzaneh-Far on LV FT

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