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  1. Mettler Toledo GWP verification helps pharmaceutical company decide on weighing equipment

    05.25 / 15:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    For more than 200 years, the German-based company Klosterfrau Healthcare Group has been developing, manufacturing and selling pharmaceutical products. Its portfolio combines traditional remedies with modern drug therapies and encompasses more than 30 brands and nearly 220 over-the-counter…
  2. Bedfont Scientific offers chance to win new Smokerlyzer for World No Tobacco Day

    05.25 / 15:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Bedfont Scientific Ltd. who have produced the Smokerlyzer to help people quit smoking, gives smoking cessation clinics worldwide the chance to win a new Smokerlyzer for World No Tobacco…
  3. Bedfont Scientific named as one of top 25 companies on the Future List

    05.25 / 15:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Based in Harrietsham, Bedfont is a small family business who has specialised in the design and manufacture of breath and gas analysis monitors for medical application for over 40 years. The Future List, created by the KM Group, asked a team of judges to name the top 25 Kent companies who are set to change the way we live and do business; among the top influencers was…
  4. Bedfont's kids club helps maintain a healthy work-life balance for employees

    05.25 / 15:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Bedfont, based in Harrietsham, is a small family-run business that specialises in the design and manufacture of breath and gas analysis monitors for medical…
  5. Bedfont Scientific named as one of Kent's top 25 companies on the Future List

    05.25 / 14:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Based in Harrietsham, Bedfont is a small family business who has specialised in the design and manufacture of breath and gas analysis monitors for medical application for over 40 years. The Future List, created by the KM Group, asked a team of judges to name the top 25 Kent companies who are set to change the way we live and do business; among the top influencers was…
  6. Enzyme Indicators proven as valuable tool for validation of hydrogen peroxide decontamination processes

    05.25 / 14:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Enzyme Indicators (EI’s) have been proven as a revolutionary viable alternative to biological indicators (BI’s) for Hydrogen Peroxide decontamination val…
  7. EarlySense introduces new version of integrated patient monitoring and data analytics software platform

    05.25 / 14:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    EarlySense, the market leader in contact-free continuous monitoring solutions, announced today the latest version of its integrated patient monitoring and data analytics software…
  8. Zephyr Endobronchial Valves demonstrate clinical efficacy in heterogeneous and homogenous emphysema patients

    05.25 / 14:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Pulmonx, Inc. today announced the results of two multi-center, randomized clinical trials showing clinically meaningful improvements in lung function after treatment with the Zephyr Endobronchial Valve (EBV) in emphysema patients without collateral…
  9. AMSBIO launches new laboratory benchtop sterilizer with powerful dual sanitizing effect

    05.25 / 14:37 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    AMSBIO announces its new generation laboratory benchtop sterilizer - the CoolCLAVE Plus. The CoolCLAVE Plus provides 20-25x more sterilization power than its popular predecessor (CoolCLAVE) by using the power of combined UV and ozone cycles plus a new heating…
  10. Miami is key point for transmission of Zika virus to the US

    05.25 / 13:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Scientists at the Scripps Translational Science Institute (TSRI) have mapped the entry of the Zika virus into the US by analysing its DNA. Miami was found to be a hot spot for transmission of…
  11. Study finds similar weight-loss outcomes for patients covered by insurance and out-of-pocket payers

    05.25 / 13:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Individuals whose insurance covered the cost of a comprehensive medical weight-loss program had one-year outcomes very similar to those of patients who paid for the treatment out of pocket, according to an observational study conducted at Wake Forest Baptist Medical…
  12. Triple combination of ineffective antibiotics provides new weapon to fight against super bacteria

    05.25 / 13:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    In the fight against super bacteria, University at Buffalo scientists are relying on strength in numbers to win the battle against drug…
  13. Study: Early-stage breast cancer patients undergo inappropriate tests that may increase financial burden

    05.25 / 13:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    A study from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center that will be presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting on June 5 in Chicago shows that asymptomatic women who have been treated for early-stage breast cancer often undergo advanced imaging and other tests that provide little if any medical benefit, could have harmful effects and may increase their financial…
  14. Role of toxicologists in addressing growing epidemic of opioid abuse

    05.25 / 13:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    On a global level, it is estimated that 20% of adults suffer from pain, and 10% are being newly diagnosed with chronic pain each…
  15. UW researchers demonstrate new method for digital information processing in living cells

    05.25 / 12:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Living cells must constantly process information to keep track of the changing world around them and arrive at an appropriate…
  16. High quality microplate readers built to last decades by German manufacturer BMG Labtech

    05.25 / 12:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    From the outset BMG LABTECH’s mission was to develop microplate readers guaranteed to provide optimum performance for years. BMG LABTECH has continued this philosophy while continuing to remain at the forefront of microplate reading, always introducing innovative and unique technologies. All microplate readers are built to be extremely reliable and robust over decades, some of BMG LABTECH’s very first products are still in use across the glo…
  17. Cluster headaches: searching for effective therapies

    05.25 / 12:36 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Cluster headaches are probably the most painful types of pain a human can suffer and it is for no small reason that this condition is also sometimes referred to as suicide…
  18. Near real-time genomic sequencing reveals how Zika virus entered into the U.S.

    05.25 / 11:38 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    A new study by a multi-national research team, including scientists from the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, explains how Zika virus entered the United States last year and how it might re-enter the country this…
  19. Researchers capture first cryo-EM snapshots of key cellular receptor in action

    05.25 / 10:41 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Researchers at the University of Michigan, Stanford University and biotech company ConfometRx have captured the first cryo-electron microscopy snapshots of a key cellular receptor in…
  20. Molecule discovered in worm spit could offer solution for non-healing wounds

    05.25 / 10:41 www.news-medical.net News-medical.net -Health
    Every day 12 Australian diabetics have a limb amputated because of a non-healing wound. Globally, it's one every 30…