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Philips, HeartFlow enter into global collaboration agreement

September 2, 2017

Royal Philips and HeartFlow Inc. have entered into a collaborative agreement to improve access to diagnostic and planning tools for interventional cardiologists treating individuals with CAD, according to a press release.

Under the agreement, Philips will promote HeartFlow FFRCT Analysis, a noninvasive technology that provides a digital 3-D model of a patient’s coronary arteries, in conjunction with its coronary fractional flow reserve (FFR), instant wave-free ratio (iFR) and IVUS catheters.

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