Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, March 18th, 2005
Joey Diagnostic is a single-handed medical device that cuts and clamps a newborn's umbilical cord and allows for quick identification of blood borne diseases such as HIV. It is designed for analyzing the cord blood within minutes after delivery bedside, at an on-site laboratory or off-site facility.
This is especially important in light of studies released by researchers at Duke University and the Yale School of Medicine cited in The New England Journal of...
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