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Limited use of Computed tomography angiography , the CT scans used to diagnose coronary heart disease, the use in clinical trials Proponents of the technology say that it to replace coronary angiography in some patients, which is a more invasive procedure. However, in a summary of its decision CMS on Wednesday said that it uncertainty about the health benefits of the test to diagnose the use to heart disease in patients with chest pain and that there is limited medical evidence this year health (Reichard improved, CQ HealthBeat.. Heart scans: The American College of Cardiology and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association on Wednesday praised the decision of CMS not move forward with a proposal that would be limited coverage of certain cardiac -scanning technology, CQ HealthBeat reports have.

Kaiser Family published foundatio 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. Sleep apnea: CMS announced on Thursday that they expanding reimbursement for devices that relief of obstructive sleep apnea to beneficiaries diagnosed by diagnosed by less costly take-home tests, Dow Jones reports. The continuous positive airway pressure for sleep apnea are blowers and face masks that open in accordance airways to sleep while people support.W. Phase I Hepatitis C Virus Trial, Peregrine PharmaceuticalsPeregrine Pharmaceuticals , today announced the commencement of Phase I examination of anti-virus Tarvacin , the company’s first anti- – phospholipid Therapy candidate. To Phase I study is an open label, dose of – escalation trial up to 32 adult patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection that react to either not or not Quite treatment with pegylated of interferon and ribavirin combination therapy.

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