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Green Cash Flow

How does manufacturer-financed new technologyincreaseimmediatecashflowforcash-short hospitals? Francesco Pompei. First, a new technology must cost less and deliver improved patient care. In the current climate, unless both criteria are met, a new technology may not be a good deal for the hospital, or for the patient. Second, out-of-pocket cost of acquisition...
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Nurses Choose Exergen TemporalScanner™ Thermometer as ‘Most Valuable Product'…

Nurses Choose Exergen TemporalScanner™ Thermometer as 'Most Valuable Product' in Annual Industry Survey WATERTOWN, Mass., July 30 /PRNewswire/ ‐‐ Exergen Corporation's patented TemporalScanner™ Thermometer was selected by nurses as the 2009 Most Valuable Product in the annual survey by Therapy Times, the only all‐inclusive community Web site for therapeutic professionals...
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Non-Invasive Temporal Artery Thermometry: Physics, Physiology, and Clinical Accuracy

Francesco Pompei*a,b and Marybeth Pompeia a Exergen Corporation, 51 Water Street, Watertown, MA, USA 02472; b Dept. of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA 02139 Download Full Article in PDF for here. ABSTRACT Temporal artery (TA) thermometry was developed in answer to requests by pediatricians for a replacement for: 1)...
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Members to Benefit from New Agreement Between Amerinet Choice and Exergen Corporation

Amerinet Choice, the private-label and sourcing program of Amerinet Inc., announces a new agreement with Exergen Corporation for temporal artery thermometry products. Effective April 1, 2009, through March 31, 2012, the contract offers Amerinet members significant savings on Exergen products. Exergen creates non-invasive temperature measurement devices providing lower cost, higher...
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Renewing the Oldest Vital Sign

Fever was known as a vital sign to ancient Egyptians at least 5000 years ago, using the hand as measuring instrument. Galileo invented the first thermometer 500 years ago. Carl Wunderlich, ‘Father of Clinical Thermometry,’proposed 98.6°F (37°C) as the mean normal temperature 140 years ago. Until very recently we have...
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Exergen Sues Kidz-Med and Others Over Thermometer Patents

Exergen Corporation, headquartered in Watertown, MA, has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts against Kidz-Med Inc. of New Paltz, NY, American Scientific Resources, Inc. of Weston, FL, and Techni-Med S.R.L. of Italy, the suppliers of the Thermofocus thermometer, alleging that the defendants have infringed five US...
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