1. Articles mentioning both GE Healthcare and St. Jude Medical

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    1. Correlation Between OCT-Derived Intrastent Dimensions and Fractional Flow Reserve Measurements After Coronary Stent Implantation and Impact on Clinical Outcome

      Correlation Between OCT-Derived Intrastent Dimensions and Fractional Flow Reserve Measurements After Coronary Stent Implantation and Impact on Clinical Outcome
      ...as performed using the frequency-domain OCT C7XR system and the DragonFly catheter (St. Jude Medical Systems; Lightlab Imaging, Inc). The removal of blood was achieved with the non-occlusion OCT technique by injection of...
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    2. Thrombus Contribution to Very Late Restenosis of Bare-Metal Stent Treated by Excimer Laser Angioplasty: In Vivo Assessment with Optical Coherence Tomography

      Thrombus Contribution to Very Late Restenosis of Bare-Metal Stent Treated by Excimer Laser Angioplasty: In Vivo Assessment with Optical Coherence Tomography
      ...s performed using a non-occlusive technique with automated pump injection of iso-osmolar contrast (Visipaque, GE Healthcare, Cork, Ireland) with a pullback speed of 2 mm/second, after intracoronary administration of 400 ...
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    3. Location, Location—Innovation: Companies in key U.S. regions continue to dominate medtech innovation, but the names on their patents often come with overseas addresses.

      ...cond overall for patent quality. Major corporate contributors to this ranking include Abbott Laboratories and St. Jude Medical. Abbott also contributes to the high ranking of the Austin–Round Rock, TX, region, which is i...
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    1. (3 articles) Boston Scientific
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    3. (2 articles) Cordis
    4. (1 articles) Zygo
    5. (1 articles) Optical Research Associates
    6. (1 articles) Olympus
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    8. (1 articles) UTC Aerospace Systems
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