The CDC recently estimated that there are 83 million nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections a year. The majority, 52.8%, resulting in pneumonia. Pneumonia is caused by bacteria, viral, chemical or other microorganisms. The majority of times the patient responds by spiking a temperature.
Dehydration is a significant problem with 75% of Americans being dehydrated daily. If misdiagnosed and left untreated, dehydration can quickly have negative effects on physical and cognitive performance, as well as intensify chronic diseases. Treatments for dehydration may cost up to 5 billion dollars annually.
Angina is a form of chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart and is a symptom of coronary artery disease. It is often described as squeezing, heaviness, tightness, or chest pain. Refractory angina (RA) is a persistent condition of angina,
A portable and comparatively low cost medical imaging device that, for the first time, can be placed in the hands of first responders and professional practitioners.
Imaging ranks as one of the most important tools utilized by the medical community. Every day,
DrLUX is a hand-held, portable, wound healing device that uses wavelength-specific light-emitting-diodes (LEDs) to accelerate the healing process. Pioneering work conducted by Medical College of Wisconsin shows that bio-stimulation can increase DNA synthesis in fibroblasts and muscles cells,
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