“The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings." — Okakura Kakuzō, Japanese scholar
- Easing PPE demands
- Double lung transplant on COVID patient
- Vaccines and kids
- Sanitizing vending machines
- COVID-19 innovation
- Antiviral therapeutics
- PUDDLE HOPS: Health tech
April 14, 2021
Double lung transplant on COVID patient
In December, surgeons at OSU’s Wexner Medical Center Comprehensive Transplant Center successfully performed a lifesaving double lung transplant on a patient who recovered from COVID-19. Since then, they have performed three more lung transplants.
Sanitizing vending machines
An Iowa company has developed new sanitation tech: UV vending machines. The machines use UV rays but include safeguards such as a shielding that directs radiation to target surfaces and a shut off mechanism for when a consumer approaches the machine.
Minneapolis-based Bio-Techne Corporation today announced that its R&D Systems and Novus brands have been named winners of the CiteAb COVID-19 Innovation Award for its products that helped shape the life sciences sectors understanding of, or resilience to, COVID-19.
Flyover Future has followed medical and tech news around COVID-19 from the beginning of the pandemic. We're adding coverage to this report related to health care innovation to feature more advances across Flyover Country.
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