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If the stomach problem caused by H. pylori is untreated, it can increase the risk of gastric disorders such as peptic ulcer disease, stomach cancer or gastric lymphoma.

HPTK is a medical kit to detect H. pylori infection. Based on the pH value of CO2 produced by H. pylori with carbon-13 urea reagent after dissolved in water, the users exhale into right/left HPTK breath collection bags, record the color changes of pH indicator before and after swallowing the reagent to compare with the universal color chart. If big difference occurs, further test is required. HPTK can prevent stomach disorders and reduce the consumption of medical ...

Umbilical Care is an L-shaped silicon cord clip used to test the bacterial infection at baby’s cord. Via the “histamine testing sticker” attached on a hollow chamber of Umbilical Care which can react with the histamine produced by bacteria, medical staff and mothers can deal with cord infection when an orange sad face is shown. It is an efficient way to prevent infection and reduce the staff’s burden. The L-shaped design allows staff to measure the safety distance to chip on, which makes the operation efficient and makes extra room for Umbilical Arterial Catheter operation in the ...

RBTT is an all-in-one blood test product from blood collection, buffer mixture, blood test strip to final interpretation. It improves the blood test strips, simplifies the process and is attached to the patient, allowing the healthcare staff to quickly determine the blood group for the patient requires emergency transfusion. Based on the utility of blood test strip and buffer solution, RBTT visualizes blood group with color and symbols to provide a simple interface, letting the users operate and interpret quickly. Extracting blood via hollow microneedles makes the workflow easier, bringing painless blood extraction experience to ...

Neonatal jaundice is a yellowish discoloration of the white part of the eyes and skin in a newborn baby due to high bilirubin levels.The need for treatment depends on bilirubin levels, the age of the child, and the underlying cause. Treatments may include more frequent feeding, phototherapy, or exchange transfusions. Physiologic jaundice generally lasts less than seven days. The condition affects over half of babies in the first week of life. About 80% of babies born early are affected. Over 100,000 late-preterm and term babies die each year as a result of jaundice.

Babies with neonatal jaundice may be treated with colored light called phototherapy, which works by changing trans-bilirubin into the water-soluble cis-bilirubin isomer. The phototherapy involved is ...

Bioavlee is a biotechnology company with strong competences in R&D. The startup creates solutions that determine the new quality of laboratory equipment. Currently, microbiological industrial laboratories often work on the basis of time-consuming, manual analysis based on classical microbiology. The aim of Bioavlee is to provide products of the highest efficiency which are simultaneously capable of reducing costs and shortening the time needed for testing. Therefore we patented breakthrough technology that enables fast and efficient identification of microorganisms, using their optical and morphological properties.

The Bioavlee identification technology utilizes the fact that microorganism colonies exhibit specific optical (absorption and refraction coefficient) and morphological properties (profile, shape of the edges). The laser diffraction, method patented by Bioavlee allows to obtain ...

The present invention provides an improved vascular occlusion device and an associated surgical method which allows for primary treatment of saccular intracranial or peripheral aneurysms. Two covered or uncovered interlocking or intertwined helical devices may be assembled within the aneurysm sac to generate aneurysm occlusion and thereby sparing the parent vessel. Obliteration of the aneurysm sac may alternatively be accomplished with a single modified expanding occlusion device, which is tapered at both ends, in essence exhibiting a tapering tubular corkscrew design along both the leading and trailing ends of the occlusive device, thereby approximating a spheroid or ellipsoid shape typical of an aneurysm sac. The device outer wall for this purpose could be uncovered, covered with a microporous membrane, ...

Diabetes is a disease that affects 371 million people worldwide, and 187 million of them do not even know they have the disease. In 2010, working-age adults made an average of 3.9 visits to doctors, nurses or other medical providers, down from 4.8 in 2001, according to a report released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Among those with at least one such visit, the average number of visits also declined, from 6.4. to 5.4 over the period.

Diabetes test on the Go is a kiosk which allows anyone to test their blood glucose any time of the day to see if they are in the early stages of diabetes which is prediabetic.

My idea will make people aware of ...

The ElliptiPod energy-return crutch combines the simplicity and economy of traditional axillary (underarm) crutches with the efficiency and ergonomics of more expensive and mechanically complex alternative designs to provide patients with a distinctively comfortable, stable and energy-conserving mobility aid.

The crutch has four primary components; a straight sturdy shaft of aluminum tubing, an upper-arm cuff, a handgrip and the eponymous elliptical foot. All components are interchangeable to match the size and weight of the patient at the lowest possible cost.

The two-piece aluminum shaft comprises telescoping upper and lower sections. Double push-button locks allow the length to be adjusted.

The cuff at the top of the shaft fits around the upper arm at the thickest part of the biceps. The cuff is ...

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MeRoar is designed to replace the mirror.

Girls and women have been forced to put up with the most embarrassing way to get examined by their OBGNY doctors. Many have used a mirror for self examination, but that is not sufficient.

MeRoar is meant to play on the word “mirror” but updated to give girls/women the total ability to examine themselves.

MeRoar empowers girls/women to maintain their privacy and eliminate the need for routine examinations, help maintain their dignity and keep control of their bodies away from politicians.

The device is simple to use. MeRoar is made up of a transparent speculum that is the ...

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleeping disorder characterized by frequent occurrence of upper airway collapse during sleep. Its effect on sleep quality and daytime fatigue and sleepiness are widely acknowledged. Obstructive sleep apnea is also being recognized as an autonomous risk factor for various medical disorders, including systemic hypertension, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and abnormal glucose metabolism. Even after huge advancements in our understanding of the origin and clinical aftermath of the disorder, a majority of those affected remain undiagnosed.

The current most commonly used technique for OSA diagnosis is “Polysomnography,” wherein the patient has to spend the night at sleep laboratory. It’s a cumbersome process in which a number of electrodes are connected to various parts of the ...

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