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2008-10-01 15:00:09

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the Medical devices industry is available in its catalogue. World Medical Fiberoptics Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p092556/World-Medical-Fiberoptics-Market.html This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Medical Fiber Optics in Millions of US$. The major product segments analyzed are Fiberoptic Surgical Lights, Fiberoptic Dental Lights, Endoscopes, Laser Fiberoptics, Fiberoptic Sensors and Others. The...

2008-08-19 09:01:13

TRIMEDYNE, INC. (OTCBB: TMED) today announced its financial results for the quarter and nine months ended June 30, 2008. Revenues for the quarter were $1,385,000, an increase of 16% from revenues of $1,197,000 for the prior year's quarter. The $188,000 increase in revenues was due to increases in sales of lasers and revenues from service and rentals, with a decrease in sales of fiber optic devices. While sales of lasers add significant dollars to revenues, lasers typically carry much...

2008-08-18 09:01:01

TRIMEDYNE, INC. (OTCBB: TMED) today announced it has entered into a Letter of Intent with FemSuite, LLC, a privately held company based in San Francisco which develops, manufactures and markets a variety of devices for use in the gynecology field. Under the Letter of Intent, Trimedyne has offered to license seven of its U.S. patents and two U.S. patent applications (the "Patents") exclusively to FemSuite for any use in the fields of Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology, and exclusively to...


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