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29 August 2017

Healthy Living

Dr Ross Walker is an eminent practising cardiologist with over 35 years experience as a clinician.

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21 June 2017

UARatio blood test ruling out unstable angina could save New Zealand hospitals up to $70 million per year

A New Zealand-developed blood test to identify why some people are suffering chest pains could save $70 million a year and help patients avoid drawn-out hospital stays.

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15 May 2017

Upstream Report from NDF Research

Upstream Medical Technologies Evaluation Report – Monday 3 April 2017

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9 May 2017

Meet us at BIO San Diego

We will be at BIO International Convention June 19-22 in San Diego

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3 November 2016

Upstream Medical Technologies Acquires Auto-Immune Tests

Auto- immune diagnostic tests have been acquired from the German company, Dr Fenning BioMed GmbH.

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8 July 2016

Dr Jim Januzzi accepts appointment to Scientific Advisory Board

Dr Jim Januzzi is a prominent cardiologist based in Boston, USA and is a leader in research in heart disease diagnosis using biomarkers.

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4 June 2016

BIO International Convention

See us at 2016 BIO International Convention from 6-9 June 2016.

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3 June 2016

Professor Mark Richards accepts appointment to Scientific Advisory Board of Upstream Medical Technologies

Professor Mark Richards MBChB, MD, PhD, DSC, FRACP, FRCP, FRSNZ, was appointed in November 2009 as the Director of Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI), Professor in the Department of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Director of Research National University Heart Centre, Singapore (NUHCS) and is now on the Scientific Advisory Board for Upstream Medical Technologies.

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2 June 2016

Heart breakthrough

Lurking inside the arteries of thousands of New Zealanders is unstable heart plaque. Slowly building up on artery walls, it can break away, block blood flow and cause heart attacks.

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28 October 2015

Breakthrough Medical Research Company Formed

A new company that could revolutionise the accurate diagnosis of heart conditions was launched in Christchurch today.

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