New device offers noninvasive check for heart problems
The Tennessean, March 6, 2008
Brentwood, TN-based Woolsthorpe Technologies has developed a portable device designed to take the needles and blood out of testing for heart problems. The FloWave 1000 monitor saves money and is easy to use compared to other devices on the market nationally, said Woolsthorpe representatives. Potential users of its product include anesthesiologists, cardiologists and internists.
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