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EVOKE Hands-free facial remodeling system

An advantage of using Radiofrequency to heat tissues, as opposed to lasers (which use higher-frequency light waves), is that the lower frequency of RF can

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Digital transformation in Plastic Surgery industry

“Over the past few years, the specialty has evolved not only from a scientific point of view, but also in quality with the demand for

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World’s first EDA sensor smartwatch

The new EDA sensor on Sense measures electrodermal activity responses. Measuring your EDA responses can help you understand your body's response to stressors and help

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IGIN – A novel approach in putting on gloves simpler

“IGIN's novel approach is making the world a better place through different elements of use. It helps you use  the  exact amount of gloves, meaning

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Coding: transforming healthcare diagnosis, procedures & equipment into universal medical alphanumeric codes

The global medical coding market size is expected to reach $25.4 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., registering

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Research

Microchip to measure stress hormone levels in a drop of blood

Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a microchip that can perform real-time measurements of stress hormone levels in a drop of blood. The technology could provide a replacement for bulky and expensive lab tests for such hormones, and allow patients to monitor their stress levels more easily. The chip includes tiny wells that contain antibodies, and the technology monitors antibody binding through impedance measurements performed using electrodes within the device. Life has been stressful for many people during the pandemic, where…