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New Imaging Technology Brings Better Cardio Treatments in Algeria

Adults in Algeria are said to face a greater than one-in-five chance of dying from one of four main non-communicable diseases - top among them is cardiovascular disease. With that in mind, GE Healthcare describes the Discovery IGS 730 angiography system - a medical imaging technology installed at Algeria's Frantz Fanon University Health Center in Blida to help the "center's cardiologists obtain high-quality coronary and arteriography images. Read more. More on GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.

GE Healthcare’s Discovery IGS 730 angiography system, which has been installed at the Frantz Fanon University Health Center in Blida. With this new system, the center’s cardiologists can obtain high-quality coronary and arteriography images for use in planning, guiding and assessing not only routine procedures, but also complex endovascular, cardiac and hybrid procedures.


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