2021
Medical

Worldwide over 1 million children are born every year with congenital heart diseases such as hypoplastic left heart syndrome. A special heterogeneous subset of this group encompasses babies born with malformations of their heart chambers and connecting vessels that have only one functional ventricle.

Can you bear your near and dear one suffering from some illness which has progressed to irreversible stage but could have been cured if it was detected earlier?

Nobody can and nobody wishes so.

Unfortunately this is something that is happening to more than 12 million families annually worldwide.

The CraioVault™ is an ultra cold vaccine delivery vault, the only one of it's kind. It was designed and made to fill the gap created by the absence of a rugged, easy to use, secure unit capable of holding vaccines and other critical medical samples for several days.

The company, Xenon-VR Inc., is a Delaware C-Corp., based in New Jersey. It is dedicated to bringing to Market the “Next Generation of Eye Exams™”, as early as Q1-2022.

In addition to servicing the office-based optometrists,

The perception of our immediate physical environment plays a key role in the human experience. Awareness of our surroundings can be considered a primary survival sense second only to hearing and sight and, in many ways, opens a doorway to be human.

FineHeart has recently developed a device called the ICOMS FLOWMAKER. The Implantable Cardiac Output Management System (ICOMS) is an innovative hybrid between a pacemaker and a cardiac assist device. The technology was derived on a similar premise of cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT), improving the heart’s rhythm,

Cliper ™ is a Simple But Powerful Accessory for Face Masks

A. Cliper is a simple device that attaches to glasses and becomes a fixture for your mask’s ear straps. Cliper also works with safety glasses, sun glasses and fashion glasses.(1) Cliper will fit “standard size” eyeglasses(2)
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In the fight against cardiovascular (CV) diseases, scientists focus on the identification of individuals at a higher risk of developing CV events within 10 years, in order to concentrate preventive efforts on these subjects.

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) occur in 15 percent of hospitalized patients in the United States (1.7 million cases/year) and result in approximately 90,000 deaths. The burden of disease is even higher in developing countries. Healthcare workers’ hands are the most common vector in the transmission of microorganisms causing HAI.

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Ventilators are very important equipment in an indoor environment. They help us stay cool, warm and breathe filtered air.

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