June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Masimo(NASDAQ: MASI) announced today a new study in the Journal of Clinical Anesthesia demonstrates the Masimo Radical with Masimo SET pulse oximetry had higher oxygen saturation (SpO2) specificity and sensitivity and lower failure rates during conditions of motion and low perfusion than other "new-generation" pulse oximeters.
What does JCA stand for?
JCA stands for Journal of Clinical Anesthesia
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- Joliet Catholic Academy (Joliet, Illinois)
- Journal of Computational Acoustics
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- Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority
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- Japan Commercial Arbitration Association
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- Japan Contemporary Art Association
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The Journal of Clinical Anesthesia and European Journal of Anaesthesia held the highest share of clinical studies and RCTs of the total articles.
He is an Editor of the Journal of Clinical Anesthesia and of The International Journal of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care and a Reviewer for several journals focusing on Pain Management and Anesthesiology.
Recent medical reports in such journals as Circulation and the Journal of Clinical Anesthesia have provided evidence of the benefits of the BVA-100 in evaluating and treating various medical conditions.
A third study was published in the November 2002 issue of the Journal of Clinical Anesthesia by Ketan Shevde, MD, Murali Pagala, PhD, et al, from Maimonides Hospital, involving patients undergoing coronary bypass graft surgery.