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Sasha Gets a Butler Mobility Inclined Platform Lift

8/21/2014
Lewisberry, PA (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 Sasha is a 10 year old Alaskan malamute, and is a very lucky dog. Sasha is getting a little older, and is having trouble getting up and down, and especially navigating stairs. But Sasha just happens to have an owner who purchased a Butler Mobility Inclined Platform Wheelchair Lift.     Her owner Judy had an accident, and could n... [Comments]

The Onder Law Firm Launches National Morcellator Cancer Lawsuit Center Website for Morcellator Surgery Lawsuits at MorcellatorCancerLawsuitCenter.com

8/21/2014
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 The Onder Law Firm, nationally-renowned for its superior work in family and product liability law, announces the launch of a new Morcellator Cancer Lawsuit Center website. The website provides comprehensive information on morcellator surgery lawsuits for cancer claims, including detailed information about the April 2014 FDA morcellator cancer warning... [Comments]

Pleio, Inc. Expands Adherence Offerings For Retail Pharmacy

8/21/2014
Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 Pleio, Inc., a leader in patient engagement and medication adherence, is launching a new suite of services for retail and outpatient pharmacy. These patient-centric offerings assist retail pharmacy by applying proven behavior shaping programs to specific disease states and drug classes, resulting in increased medication adherence, higher PDC scores and im... [Comments]

Researchers examine impact of race and ethnicity in motor complete spinal cord injury

8/21/2014
West Orange, NJ. August 21, 2014. Researchers have published a study examining racial and ethnic influences in the outcomes of patients with motor complete spinal cord injury (SCI). The article, "Racial and ethnic disparities in functioning at discharge and follow-up among patients with moto... [Comments]Researchers examine impact of race and ethnicity in motor complete spinal cord injury

CHEST releases new expert guidance in care of the critically ill and injured

8/21/2014
The American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) announces the immediate release of Care of the Critically Ill and Injured During Pandemics and Disasters: CHEST Consensus Statement today in the Online First section of the journal CHEST while the global health-care community cares for patients with the Ebola virus. The consensus statement aims to guide ethical decision-making, coordination of... [Comments]

Laser device may end pin pricks, improve quality of life for diabetics

8/21/2014
Princeton University researchers have developed a way to use a laser to measure people's blood sugar, and, with more work to shrink the laser system to a portable size, the technique could allow diabetics to check their condition without pricking themselves to draw blood. "We are working ha... [Comments]Laser device may end pin pricks, improve quality of life for diabetics

MedX Pharmacy Helps with Back to School Preparation

8/21/2014
Sugar Land, TX (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 When children go back to school, they are exposed to a variety of germs that can cause them to become sick and risk missing school. It is important to make sure children practice healthy habits to help them fight these germs to ensure a successful school year. MedX Pharmacy is helping parents and children to do just that with its XFactor program. Th... [Comments]

Sequence of rare kidney cancer reveals unique alterations involving telomerase

8/21/2014
HOUSTON (Aug. 21, 2014) An international scientific collaboration led by Baylor College of Medicine has revealed clues about genetic alterations that may contribute to a rare form of kidney cancer, providing new insights not only into this rare cancer but other types as well. The collaboration, a project of the National Institutes of Health's Cancer Genome Atlas initiative , completed... [Comments]

Medicine Products

Osteomesh Bioresorbable Implant for Craniofacial Surgery

Description:Osteomesh is a bioresorbable implant used in craniofacial surgery to repair various types of fractures, like the orbital floor fracture and to fill surgical defects. It has interconnected pores which allow rapid saturation with marrow, blood and nutrients, thus providing the patients own cells with chemical signals that are required for bone growth and remodeling. The mesh is malleable and can be...
Company:Osteopore International

AMD Now

Description:AMD Now is a forum presenting interactive education on Age- related Macular Degeneration (AMD), AMD diagnosis and treatments, VEGF, aseptic technique and supportive care for patients and caregivers....
Company:ASORN

SWISSBLADE Diamond Surgical Knives

Description:SWISSBLADE disposable surgical knives single-use blades deliver a consistent, sharp, clean cut due to the low friction coefficient achieved with Ziemers proprietary coating technology. SWISSBLADE diamond surgical knives feature top-of-the-line, reusable blades with the proven superior cutting capabilities based on the diamond expertise of Ziemer Group partner Meyco (Biel, Switzerland) an...
Company:ZIEMER USA, Inc.

MAXWELL Optical Wavefront Aberrometer

Description:The MAXWELL Optical Wavefront Aberrometer is an innovative diagnostic instrument with a wide range of functions that permit eye care practitioners and researchers to effectively assess all of the wavefront aberrations present in a subjects eye. This remarkable device offers the widest wavefront diagnostic range and functions on more than 99% of subjects. Beyond its superior performance in wavefro...
Company:ZIEMER USA, Inc.

ConstaVac CBCII Blood Conservation System

Description:The Stryker CBCII Blood Conservation System provides a safe, simple and economic disposable system for blood reinfusion....
Company:Stryker Instruments

Medicine Technology

eRelevance Corporation Integrates with Nextech Electronic Medical Records

8/21/2014
AUSTIN, Texas , Aug. 21, 2014  eRelevance Corporation ( www.erelevancecorp.com ), a progressive Health IT services company, announced today that it has completed integration with Nextech, a popular Electronic Medical Records (EMR) solution for Plastic Surgery and Dermatology practices. "Integration allows our service to provide even more value to healthcare practices usi... [Comments]

Don't Live in Pain: Four Life Improving Benefits of Back Surgery

8/21/2014
LOS ANGELES , Aug. 21, 2014 The spinal column is one of the most delicate and essential areas of the human body. Signals carried to and from the brain through the column control many key functions of our motor skills and nervous system. Injury or ailment here can be life altering, and leave the victim in agonizing pain, or with a loss of control over their body. Though back in... [Comments]

Shannon Hartley Shines in PharmaVOICE 100

8/21/2014
NEW YORK , Aug. 21, 2014  Publicis Groupe customer engagement agency Rosetta today announced Shannon Hartley , Managing Partner and Healthcare Industry Group Leader, has been featured in the 2014 edition of PharmaVoice 100, which recognizes the most inspiring people in the life-sciences industry. Those chosen for this elite group are leaders in research and development,... [Comments]

Eisai Pleased to Support Canadian Epilepsy Alliance Comic Book that Teaches Children About Epilepsy

8/21/2014
MISSISSAUGA, ON , Aug. 21, 2014 /CNW/ - Eisai Limited is pleased to support the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance (CEA) in the introduction of the first-of-its-kind comic book available in Canada . The comic book, an innovative educational tool, has been designed specifically to educate children and their parents about epilepsy, the most common neurological disorder in Canada affecting more t... [Comments]

Action Heroes Harness Powers to Educate Children About Epilepsy

8/21/2014
TORONTO , Aug. 21, 2014 /CNW/ - The Canadian Epilepsy Alliance (CEA) is thrilled to announce the launch of a new comic series designed to educate children about the most common neurological disorder in Canada , epilepsy.  The Medikidz Explain Epilepsy comic series tells a fictional story based on the experiences of 14-year-old Jack, who is navigating middle school while living with... [Comments]

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