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Freeland Systems Collaborates with Grossmont College

AccessPoint™ Advanced Workspace provides students with new clinical imaging tech for Cardiovascular Technology Program: Dan Dyar, MA, RDCS and Lisa Vargas, AS, RDCS are both CVT Instructors in the Cardiovascular Technology (CVTE) Program at Grossmont College in the San Diego, California area. Recently, Freeland Systems donated an AccessPoint™ Advanced Workspace

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Heart Damage After COVID-19 Recovery

Heart Damage After COVID-19 Recovery The world faces new repercussions of COVID-19 as we continue to navigate this pandemic. In the following, article from Cardiovascular Business, patients and healthcare providers are presented with a summary of a German study. This study investigated the cardiovascular ramifications that result from COVID-19 infection.

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Freeland Systems, LLC Welcomes Toni Toles to our Team

Freeland Systems, LLC is pleased to welcome Toni Toles to our Clinical/Technical staff. Toni will serve as an Installation Facilitator and Software Support Technician.  In addition to a computer software background, Toni has two Amazon Web Services certifications.  She also has 15 years experience working as a Nuclear Tech in

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Nuclear Cardiology Optimistic About Return to Pre-COVID-19 Exam Levels

Want to know how the Nuclear Cardiology sector is working through the COVID-19 pandemic? The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology President Sharmila Dorbala, M.D., MPH, FASNC pointed to the ASNC’s quick turnaround for practice guidance documents for patient care in a COVID-19 environment. While many facilities are working towards re-opening

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When and How to Reopen Echocardiography Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic

ASE statement offers guidelines for reintroduction cardiac ultrasound services as hospitals begin to reopen May 21, 2020 — The American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) has issued a statement on how centers may consider to reopen cardiac ultrasound services as hospitals begin resuming elective procedures and tests amid the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic.[1] The authors of

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