CAS Medical Systems, Inc. Announces the Sale and
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Dr. Francis McGowan, Chief of Cardiac Anesthesiology at Children’s Hospital Boston, stated, “We are pleased with the scientifically-driven approach taken and support that we have received from the CASMED research team over the past several months.”
Children’s Hospital Boston is a 397-bed comprehensive center for pediatric health care, offering a complete range of health care services for children. Since the U.S. News and World Report began rating hospitals 19 years ago, Children's has always been regarded as one of the top two pediatric hospitals in the country. This year, Children's is ranked second nationally and remains the number one pediatric hospital in New England as well as the number one pediatric hospital in the country for heart and heart surgery. Each year, the Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Program provides surgical care to approximately 1,100 patients, with extraordinary success rates.
Andrew E. Kersey, President and CEO of CASMED, stated, “We are pleased to complete this important sale of our FORE-SIGHT monitors to Children’s Hospital Boston so shortly after launch of our neonatal/infant product. We have developed strong relationships at this world class hospital and we applaud the staff at the hospital for their continued commitment to patient care, quality and vision as demonstrated by their outstanding track record. We are looking forward to reporting additional successes with FORE-SIGHT in this market.”
About CASMED® - Monitoring What’s Vital
The Company’s product lines include the high-acuity monitoring capabilities of the FORE-SIGHT Cerebral Oximeter, the bedside patient monitoring line of vital signs and cardio-respiratory monitoring products, proprietary non-invasive blood pressure measurement technology, and supplies and service including blood pressure cuffs and products for neonatal intensive care. CASMED products are designed to meet the needs of a full spectrum of patient populations worldwide, ranging from adults to pediatrics and neonates.
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CAS Medical Systems, Inc.
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