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ASE Global: Focus on India 2012

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Published on Jul 10, 2012

Sponsored by ASE, nine US-based cardiovascular sonographers traveled to a remote location in northwest India in January 2012, where an estimated 12 million people had gathered for a meditation camp. The sonographers and their India-based physician counterparts from Medanta Medicity Hospital in Delhi used technology to provide education to local clinicians and free imaging services on January 23 and 24 to 1,030 pre-identified people. Seventy-five board-certified physicians at locations worldwide, ranging from major U.S. and Canadian hospitals to countries such as Georgia, Bulgaria, Greece and Saudi Arabia, were part of the image consultation. Several physicians attending ASE's 22nd Annual Echo Hawaii conference also participated in the consultations.

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