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Spread of Oral Cancer to be Explored in New Study

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 Oral cancer and the way it spreads will be the focus of a new research project at the University of Sheffield’s School of Clinical Dentistry.

Currently, only half of all oral cancer patients will survive for five years after being diagnosed. Despite advances in treatment, many people still suffer from an advanced, incurable form of the disease, which usually occurs because the cancer has invaded surrounding tissue and spread.

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Zinc Reduces the Burden of the Common Cold

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 Review published in The Cochrane Library

Zinc supplements reduce the severity and duration of illness caused by the common cold, according to a systematic review published in The Cochrane Library. The findings could help reduce the amount of time lost from work and school due to colds.

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Queen’s Researchers Pioneer Needle-Free Test for Premature Babies

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 Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast have pioneered a new needle-free test to take the sting out of medicine testing in premature babies.

The research will not only lead to greater accuracy in prescribing, but will also significantly reduce the trauma of such tests for newborn infants and their families.

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RTI Electronics X-Ray QA Solutions

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Innovative X-ray QA Solutions ...of Course!

RTI Electronics was founded in 1981 when a couple of curious and enterprising students met at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. They saw their vision grow into the beginning of RTI products - today an innovator and a trend creator in X-ray QA and Service instrumentation.

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Zimmer- Radial Shock wave Therapy- The enPuls

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Zimmer MediznSysteme Presents the New Dimension in Radial Shock Wave Therapy
EnPuls Version 2.0

enPuls Version 2.0 is a mobile radial shockwave therapy system with ballistic drive, high-energy pulses.
It´s perfect for the treatment of biological tissues and structures in various pathologies and medical conditions. It is an unique, easy-to-use system offering shockwave therapy access to all therapists.

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SIUI- The Apogee series of Ultrasound systems

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The Apogee 1100 Portable Colour Ultrasound System

With respect to most portable colour ultrasound systems, the designers usually have to compromise image quality in order to achieve device portability. The launch of Apogee 1100 completely breaks this rule. It significantly improves image quality of ultrasonic systems, which enables the compact system with advanced features you can only find in high-end trolley colour Doppler.

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Berchtold New Operon 800 Series of OR Tables

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The Operon 800 Series OR-Tables

The medical device manufacturer and specialist in mobile OR-tables Berchtold has redesigned its proven OR-table models, the OPERON D 850, D 820 and D 760. Users are now able to configure the tables individually so that they meet the requirements of the intended surgical discipline and access to the surgery site.

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Intersurgical is Introducing a New Range of Products

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Solus Satin Laryngeal Mask

Solus Satin Laryngeal Mask Airway providing a further choice in airway management
Intersurgical announce the launch of an additional range of laryngeal mask airways, the Solus Satin to their extensive range of airway devices. Solus Satin is available in three adult sizes 3, 4, and 5, offering the clinician a softer airway tube than the standard Solus range. The new range is designed to meet the requirements of those clinicians that have a preference for a softer airway tube option simulating the feel of the original reusable devices.

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Varian- Advances in Radiotherapy

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Advances in Radiotherapy Detailed at Cancer Summit Organised by Varian Medical Systems

Cancer experts from around the world gathered in Berlin recently to hear of advances in radiotherapy that are bringing additional treatment possibilities for cancer patients. More than 450 oncologists, physicists and radiotherapy practitioners attended the two-day Berlin Oncology Summit, organised by radiotherapy world leader Varian Medical Systems, to share experiences and highlight the expanding use of radiotherapy and radiosurgery to treat an increasingly wide range of cancers.

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