Medical Device - A Guide to Buying CO2 Incubators
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  August 30, 2019  
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#ALT# Assuring Medical Equipment Reliability; The Role of Medical Connectors

Our medical connectors are used on a variety of medical devices. Here in the U.S. medical devices are approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and classified into three risk categories, classes I, II and III.

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    KeysightA Guide to Buying CO2 Incubators
 
Many life science and clinical research laboratories use CO2 incubators, which provide a controlled and reliable in-vitro environment to ensure optimum growth of tissue cell culture. However, the right incubator that suits specific requirements should be purchased to ensure that the cells are preserved in an environment, where they are suitably protected.
 
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   Implantable brain chip could solve obesity epidemicImplantable brain chip could solve obesity epidemic
 
Scientists have developed tiny brain chips that alter the area of the brain involved in binge eating. The device is now being tested in humans with obesity.
 
 Graphene-lined fabric could slow the spread of malaria
 
Graphene-lined fabric could slow the spread of malariaNew research suggests that lining clothes with graphene could prevent the spread of malaria, as mosquitoes are not able to pick up on chemical signals from the body that encourage them to bite. Graphene also acted as a physical barrier in experiments with the material, being too strong for mosquitoes to bite through.
 
 
 Skin patch delivers melanoma medication in one minute
 
Skin patch delivers melanoma medication in one minuteResearchers have developed a fast-acting skin patch that can deliver medication to treat melanoma in one minute. The research was presented at the American Chemical Society (ACS) Fall 2019 National Meeting and Exposition.
 
 
 New e-tattoo beats conventional methods at monitoring heart health
 
New e-tattoo beats conventional methods at monitoring heart healthEngineers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a new “e-tattoo” that could enable easier and more accurate heart monitoring than the current technology allows.
 
 
 Mini MRI device could help diagnose knee injuries more quickly and accurately
 
Mini MRI device could help diagnose knee injuries more quickly and accuratelyResearchers at Imperial College London have developed a prototype mini MRI scanner that fits around a patient's leg. The team say the device - which uses so-called 'magic angle' effect - could potentially help diagnose knee injuries more quickly, and more accurately.
 
 
 3D mammograms increasing in popularity for breast cancer screening in the USA
 
3D mammograms increasing in popularity for breast cancer screening in the USAMore and more women are undergoing 3D mammograms for breast cancer screening in the US, with rates increasing from 13 percent to 43 percent between 2015 and 2017, according to a new study published in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal.
 
 
 Portable device attached to smartphone can diagnose eye disease remotely
 
Portable device attached to smartphone can diagnose eye disease remotelyA portable device attached to a smartphone can help capture precise images of the retina to diagnose eye disease. The new method by a startup company, Phelcom Technologies, is a lower cost tool that can help doctors diagnose remotely, through telemedicine.