Health matters: SES launched
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Xcyton Diagnostics, a diagnostic product development company with a focus on molecular biology has recently launched the Syndrome Evaluation System (SES) that detects an array of diseases within seven hours, including blood stream infections like dengue and chikungunya. It detects RNA viruses - which cause seasonal fevers - within seven hours as compared to 72 hours in conventional tests and has a higher accuracy of 75 per cent. It also works out to be more cost effective as patients avoid multiple testing and have reduced ICU stay.
Recently conducted clinical trials by Australia-based UNEX Corporation for their new product in India, Slim Asia, a healthy weight loss programme, has garnered positive results. Obese and diabetic patients participating in the professionally run clinical trials lost an average of six kg over 90 days of using the Slim Asia Programme. Nicholas Grogan, project coordinator (India), Slim Asia, at a press conference held on Monday said, "The sedentary lifestyle of individuals in India has become one of the key reasons for obesity, and the related disorders. With the launch of Slim Asia, the effort was to help maximum patients of diabetes and obesity to create a change for betterment through this initiative."
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