California-based Masimo SET integrates its pulse oximetry with Acutronic's neonatal critical care ventilators.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) said its SET measure-through motion and low perfusion pulse oximetry was integrated into Acutronic Medical Systems' fabian HFO neonatal critical care ventilator.
Listen to company officials at Masimo discuss the company's Q3 2013 earnings results. The company reported profits of $15.6 million, or 27¢ per share, on sales of $131.4 million for the 3 months ended Sept. 28.
Shares of Masimo fall this week despite 3rd-quarter results that beat Wall Street's expectations and a raised outlook for 2013 earnings.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) shares took a hit this week despite 3rd-quarter results that beat analysts' expectations and prompted the medical device company to raise its earnings forecast for the rest of the year.
A federal judge tosses a whistleblowers' False Claims Act lawsuit filed against Masimo by 3 former sales reps, saying they failed to produce any evidence of fraud by the patient monitoring company.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) won the dismissal of a whistleblowers' False Claims Act lawsuit after a federal judge found that the plaintiffs, a trio of former Masimo sales reps, failed provide any evidence of fraud or fraudulent intent.
Accusations made by whistleblowers in a lawsuit against Masimo that the patient monitoring company withheld evidence are not only false but improper and deserving of sanction themselves, Masimo says.
Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) argued yesterday that whistleblowers' allegations in a False Claims Act lawsuit, that the patient monitoring company withheld evidence and interfered with subpoenas, are not only untrue but deserving of sanction.
A group of patient safety advocates, including Masimo CEO Joe Kiani, tells a U.S. Senate committee about the need for the governments help in stopping preventable deaths.
Medical device executive turned patient safety advocate Joe Kiani told a U.S. Senate committee on healthcare Tuesday that the government can do more to stop preventable deaths in hospitals, including adding harsher payment penalties if a patient dies as a result of a preventable medical error or infection.
Whistleblowers in a False Claims Act lawsuit against Masimo Corp. want a federal judge to levy sanctions against the patient monitoring company for allegedly concealing evidence in the case.
Whistleblowers in a False Claims Act lawsuit filed against Masimo (NSDQ:MASI) want a federal judge to sanction the patient monitoring company for allegedly concealing evidence and interfering with subpoenas.