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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a microfluidic chip that mimics the placental barrier. Their device paves the way for drug screening to determine which drugs can cross the placental barrier, allowing researchers to assess drug safety for pregnant women. Pharmacological treatment for pregnant women can be risky, as some drugs can cross the placental barrier and could potentially affect the fetus. Researchers don’t yet fully understand how the placenta permits some molecules to pass through it, and blocks the passage of others.

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Orthotaxy’s Technology Will Be Leveraged to Develop Cost-Effective, Time-Efficient, User-Friendly Offering in a Broad Range of Orthopaedics Procedures. Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, through French affiliate Apsis S.A.S., announced the acquisition of Orthotaxy, a privately-held developer of software-enabled surgery technologies, including a differentiated robotic-assisted surgery solution.

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CE-IVD labeled PAXgene® Blood ccfDNA tube will be available in Western Europe. BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) a global medical technology company, announced the commercial availability of the CE-IVD marked PAXgene® Blood ccfDNA tube within the European Economic Area and Switzerland (Western Europe).

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PoN market growth is driven mainly by PoC applications (human diagnostics), which enable the rapid analysis of patients’ samples out of reference laboratories, in a decentralized way. Therefore, PoC diagnostics allow patients to receive an appropriate treatment faster, and reduce costs by lowering the duration and frequency of a hospital stay. Some tests are also used to monitor a patient’s condition over time.

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Synergia Medical SA, an opto-electronics pioneer developing next generation medical devices for neurostimulation, announces that it has raised €8.1 million in a Series A funding round from new and existing investors. New investor Newton Biocapital led the Series A round and was joined by other new investors Financière Spin-off Luxembourgeoise and Belgian regional growth funds SRIW (Société Régionale d'Investissement de Wallonie) and SFPI-FPIM (Belgian Federal Holding and Investment Company). The funds will be used to bring Synergia’s vagus nerve stimulation device NAOS through final testing prior to CE mark submission.

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GenePOC member of the Debiopharm Group™, is proud to announce the launch in its home market for the revogene instrument and the GenePOC™ GBS LB assay.

About Group B Streptococcus (GBS) in Canada

GBS is the leading cause of infection in infants worldwide with a fatality rate between 4-6%. The SOGC guideline recommends universal antepartum screening for women at 35-37 weeks of gestation, along with intrapartumantibiotic prophylaxis. While this has resulted in a decrease in early onset disease (EOD) rate, there is still an ongoing need for more sensitive GBS detection.

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