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Via Viso Cardiette: HP and Sanborn
Hewlett-Packard entered the line for medical instruments — and acquired its first East Coast division — with the acquisition of Sanborn Company of Waltham, Massachusetts, in 1961. Founded in 1917, one ...
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Video: A Major HP Discovery
An international team of astronauts on board the Space Shuttle Discovery studied the physiological effects of weightlessness using HP medical equipment. Get an inside look at their journey.
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Video: Fine Print for Med Organizations
Hewlett-Packard’s strengths in print and personal computing technologies meant that the company could aid the administrative side of healthcare as well as the scientific side, ensuring better, prompte ...
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Video: HP Tech Treats Heart Disease
Hewlett-Packard’s computer technology could collate data to develop more accurate treatments for heart disease. Find out how the Institute of Cardiology at the Catholic University of Rome used HP tech ...
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Video: HP’s Hollywood Cameos
Hewlett-Packard is no stranger to Hollywood, as several of its products have been featured in entertainment media. Appropriately, the company’s medical equipment was a common feature on the primetime ...
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Video: MPG’s Silver Anniversary
HP’s medical instruments business celebrated 25 years in 1986. Check out a clip of Bill and Dave discussing the beginning of that adventure with the acquisition of the Sanborn Company, and find out ju ...
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Video: New Tech at Children’s Hospital
HP’s Medical Research and Development programs could work hand in hand with its humanitarian ones. The company worked with Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford to develop a new electronic “d ...