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Stanford Hospital and Clinics Implements First 3-D Cardiac Ultrasound; New Technology Allows Doctors To View All Angles Of The Heart Non-Invasively


10/19/2005 5:11:51 PM

STANFORD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 4, 2005--Imagine you feel a pain in your chest, but are unsure what it means. Did you have a heart attack or just a caffeine overload? Stanford Hospital cardiologists are now turning to new 3D cardiac ultrasound images to provide more precise views of all angles of the heart non-invasively. This new technology, an "intelligent" echocardiography system, just arrived, making Stanford Hospital one of the first institutions to purchase this brand new technology for patients.

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