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VasSol Inc. Company Profile

12:36 EST 13th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

VasSol Inc. is a privately owned medical technology company based in River Forest, Ill. It was founded in 2001 by Dr. Fady Charbel, neurosurgeon and inventor of NOVA, the only technology to non-invasively provide physicians with detailed, quantitative information (velocity, volume and direction) of blood flow through any particular vessel in the brain. NOVA received FDA approval in 2001, and is used in over 40 hospitals and imaging centers worldwide.


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Nova Cold Hands Raynaud's Disorder, a Disease Which Results in Decreased Blood Flow to the Hands and Feet.

Patients presenting to UIC rheumatology clinic with Raynaud's disorder and scleroderma will be asked to participate. 10 hands of patients with both Raynaud's disorder and scleroderma will ...

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VasSol

VasSol, is founded on 12 years of multidisciplinary research and clinical work conducted at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Bringing together experts in the fields of circulatory fluid dyna...

VasSol Inc.

VasSol Inc. is a privately owned medical technology company based in River Forest, Ill. It was founded in 2001 by Dr. Fady Charbel, neurosurgeon and inventor of NOVA, the o...

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