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Mindray Announces Partnership with Epiphany Cardiography Products, LLC

Mon, 11/28/2011 - 4:35am
Bio-Medicine.Org

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- Mindray Medical International Limited (NYSE: MR), a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices worldwide, today announced a strategic North American partnership with Epiphany Cardiography Products, LLC, of Midlothian, Virginia. Under this partnership, Mindray's 12-Lead cardiac monitoring data will be integrated into Epiphany's pure web browser-based, user-friendly Cardio Server application, which receives, manages and exports diagnostic test results from over 100 devices to Electronic Medical Records (EMRs).

"Interoperability is at the core of all Mindray development. The open architecture of Epiphany's Cardio Server gives our customers the advantage they seek in device integration and information access," said Michael Mullen, Business Manager for Systems and Networking, Mindray North America. "Since efficiency is of utmost importance in healthcare, caregivers can now combine state-of-the-art monitoring from Mindray with the enterprise-wide productivity solutions provided by Cardio Server."

Mindray's 12-Lead cardiac monitoring data, which includes continuous 12-Lead ST and arrhythmia analyses, allows users to get a picture of patients' hearts before they exhibit symptoms, or as they recover. Cardio Server lets users acquire, edit, confirm and print quality 12-Lead ECGs from virtually anywhere as long as they have access to a web browser. In addition, ECGs are accessible from the iPad™, iPhone™ or Android™ devices. Such ease of access can save time and even lives in face of cardiac problems.

"We believe this is only the beginning of our integration with Mindray. The possibilities of our collaboration are endless," said Joe Noto, Epiphany's VP of Strategic Alliances, Partnerships and Marketing. "We are thrilled to be moving forward with Mindray to continually improve

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