Revolutions Medical Corp. is a safety medical device and software application company whose product line includes the FDA-approved RevVac safety syringe, safety blood drawing device and safety IV catheter.
The company recently released details surrounding the clinical studies and presentations of its MRI paper at IPCV (Image Processing and Computer Vision) by H. Keith Brown, PhD, in which its proprietary MRI software tools will be used to examine existing image data from several regional facilities including the Biological Imaging Research Center at the University of Georgia in Athens.
“I am looking forward to exploring these key applications using the Revolutions Medical’s MRI software tools. These studies are based on many years of research in this area. I look forward to realizing the promise of this powerful technology in the months to come,” H. Keith Brown, professor of anatomy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine stated in the press release.
Additionally, the company said other clinical MRI imaging facilities are being solicited for participation. The studies will be based on a recent presentation at IPCV in Las Vegas conducted by Dr. Brown and his colleagues, designed to explore various applications Revolutions Medical’s MRI software tools.
“Keith’s paper is a critical first step in exposing the medical community to the value of our proprietary MRI software application technology. The positive response Keith received from the presentation indicates that the medical community is excited about the potential of our approach to improving diagnostic confidence,” Tom Obrien, president of Revolutions Medical stated.
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