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GE ultrasound sales take off, novel MRI installed

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Recession? What recession? GE Medical Systems ultrasound business achieved record growth in the first half of 2001, with sales exceeding $365 million globally. Meanwhile, the company is commercializing innovative MRI technology, installing its new

Recession? What recession? GE Medical Systems ultrasound business achieved record growth in the first half of 2001, with sales exceeding $365 million globally. Meanwhile, the company is commercializing innovative MRI technology, installing its new dual-gradient scanner at Stanford University Medical Center and Edison Imaging-JFK Medical Center in Edison, NJ. The company’s TwinSpeed accommodates high-performance studies such as stroke assessment and cardiac exams, as well as routine clinical applications in a full field-of-view.

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