New technology in circulation
By Tom Larson
There's long been an assumption that to receive cutting-edge medical care, a patient had to go to a large city and a large hospital or clinic.
But there are plenty of examples in rural areas indicating that's not always the case. One is Stevens Community Medical Center's acquisition of the OxyVu-1, technology from HyperMed that allows physicians to gauge the healing potential of a wound.
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