US diagnostic firm breaks into Japanese market
This article was originally published in Clinica
QRS Diagnostics has made its debut in Japan with Universal ECG, its software-based diagnostic electrocardiograph device that can be plugged into "off-the-shelf" computers via USB, PC Card and serial ports. The product belongs to a line of diagnostic devices, that use the company's Office Medic software translated into Japanese.
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