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Digisonics Collaborates with Dr. Charles Mullins on Pediatric Cardiology Reporting Solution.

Houston, TX, May 05, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Digisonics is excited to announce that they have signed an exclusive agreement with Charles "Chuck" Mullins, MD, renowned pediatric cardiologist with Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital. Dr. Mullins, a pioneer whose work has led to the development of new and improved techniques and devices for diagnosing and treating children and adults with congenital heart defects, is widely considered to be "the father of modern interventional pediatric cardiology."

Dr. Mullins has granted Digisonics access to his extensive library of congenital diagrams, first published in his book "Congenital Heart Disease: A Diagrammatic Atlas," with exclusive rights to 150+ updated and new congenital diagrams. With this update, the Digisonics solution encompasses the most comprehensive collection of Mullins diagrams on the market (300+), which may be easily modified, embedded in the clinical report and used for consultations.

Associated with the new agreement, Dr. Mullins will also bring his expertise and insight to collaborate with Digisonics in the continued evolution of their solutions with the goal of becoming the gold standard for all pediatric cardiology centers. Digisonics recently released a new pediatric cath image management and reporting module, complete with hemodynamics interfaces and registry connectivity to complement the existing pediatric solution.

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Digisonics

Dora Wu

713-529-7979

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www.digisonics.com

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