Caesarea, Israel (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
EndyMed Medical Ltd., a pioneer and world leader in the use of multi-source radiofrequency for professional aesthetic treatments, announced today that the company has received USA Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its Glow by EndyMed? device. The Glow by EndyMed was approved for dermatologic procedures along with two treatment handpieces, for the reduction of mild to moderate facial wrinkles and fractional RF skin resurfacing.
The sleekly designed GLOW by EndyMed is clinically proven to provide highly effective non-invasive professional grade treatments, which are completely safe and comfortable and suitable for all skin types. The advanced safety and efficiency of 3DEEP technology has been proven in multiple clinic studies and published in 9 separate peer reviewed journals. The GLOW by EndyMed is available in two versions: one that offers non-ablative multisource both a deep multisource RF dermal heating handpiece and a multisource Fractional RF Skin Resurfacing (FSR) handpiece. Along with a wide range of advanced safety features, the GLOW by EndyMed offers customized treatment parameters, short treatment procedure times for optimal customer satisfaction, and minimal to no downtime after treatments.
EndyMed's revolutionary 3DEEP technology is a multi-source, phase-controlled RF energy source that is safe and effective. 3DEEP represents the latest generation in the evolution of RF-based professional fractional skin resurfacing and deep non-ablative skin treatment. 3DEEP uses multiple RF sources and sophisticated software to effectively control the phase of the energy flowing between the handpiece electrodes. This method enables delivery of controlled heat deep into the skin, while preserving the overlying epidermis. 3DEEP RF rejuvenates the skin, promoting the production of new, healthier collagen to treat lax skin and provide a smoother skin texture and complexion.
EndyMed's CEO, Mr. Uzi Blumensohn, stated: "The GLOW by EndyMed? and our 3DEEP?® technology is already in use by a large number of customers throughout Europe and Asia, and we are very excited to be able to offer it to the U.S. market. We receive reports about amazing treatment results and high customer satisfaction levels, and we firmly believe that the GLOW by EndyMed will be a success in the U.S. as it is in the rest of the world."
The GLOW by EndyMed will be available in the USA through Eclipse Aesthetics, and in Canada through Clarion Medical Technologies
EndyMed Medical Ltd., established in 2007, offers energy based aesthetic treatment systems for the professional markets. EndyMed's proprietary 3DEEP?® radiofrequency technology is a unique solution for fractional and non-ablative wrinkle treatment, skin tightening on both the face and body, body contouring and acne scar treatment. Through the three dimensional interaction of multiple RF sources, 3DEEP?® RF creates deep thermal patterns in the tissue which is a novel and effective approach to aesthetic treatments.
You think running a marathon is tough? Try running a marathon wearing a 40-lb exoskeleton strapped to your lower body. And try doing it without the use of your legs.
It took her 16 days, but 32-year-old Claire Lomas has done it. On May 8, she crossed the finish line of a race that began on April 22, greeted by crowds of supporters as she emerged from under an arch of red balloons at the marathon's end. Lomas, who is paralyzed from the chest down, wore a "bionic" suit designed to allow people with lower-limb paralysis to walk and stand, which helped her cover about two miles a day. The ReWalk suit, designed by Israeli firm Argo Medical Technologies, was recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (and, as close TV watchers will note, featured on an episode of Glee). It costs about $70,000.
Lomas decided to enter the marathon to raise money for Spinal Research, a charity that invests in medical research into treatments for paralysis. Lomas herself broke her neck, ribs and back when she was thrown off a horse in 2007. She has raised nearly $130,000 for the charity so far.
"It was really emotional and I couldn't believe the support - I'm still in shock really", she told the BBC. "The last half a mile or so was pretty easy to walk because I had everyone just pushing me forward."
Lomas was accompanied along the way by her husband, mother, and 13-month-old daughter, who she called a "good group" to have been walking with.
However, Lomas will not receive the medal customarily given to every finisher, nor will her time be entered in the official record books: Marathon rules state that competitors must complete the race in the same day to receive one. The outrage has has prompted many marathoners to send Lomas their medal instead, and she will also receive a special trophy from the race's organizers.
CHICAGO, IL, April 12 ShelfX, in Boulder, CO has received an iSpot Silver Innovation Award from the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA), said NAMA Senior Director, OneShow and Education LyNae Schleyer, NCE, CMP.
"This year's i-Spot innovation award contest winners are truly creating our industry?s leading edge technology. We applaud each winner for their groundbreaking work developing advances that will lead our industry into the future and we congratulate them on their success," said Schleyer.
According to Schleyer, this year's judges recognized the innovative successes of all the entries by dividing them into three recognition categories: Gold, Silver and Bronze. Judging criteria was based directly on the six categories from the entry form: Features, Benefits, Creativity, Image, Productivity and Profitability. ShelfXearned it recognition in the Vending Machines category.
"We congratulate ShelfX for its innovation and helping to lead our industry forward through technology, image and creativity," said Schleyer. ShelfX will receive an iSpot symbol to place in its booth at the NAMA OneShow in Las Vegas April 25-27, along with a Silver ribbon. ShelfX will be recognized during the NAMA Annual Meeting at the OneShow.
"ShelfX was one of more than 30 companies who submitted an entry to the NAMA Innovation Awards program. We thank them and look forward to recognizing them at the OneShow," concluded Schleyer.
NAMA is the national trade association of the food and refreshment vending, coffee service and foodservice management industries including on-site, commissary, catering, & mobile. Its membership is comprised of service companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers of products and services to operating service companies. The basic mission of the association, to collectively advance and promote the automatic merchandising and coffee service industries, still guides NAMA today as it did in 1936, the year of the organization?s founding.
Recognized with the iF product design award 2012
The Maverick is an innovative inline printer for ceramic tiles. Designed to integrate smoothly in glazing lines with maximum reliability, the printer achieves the whole color span from simple travertine effects to vivid and saturated colors. The Maverick produces both existing rotary jobs as well as new designs with high-detail graphics, contrast and color variation. The product is made of aluminum sheets and extruded profiles. It has illuminated semi-transparent plastic doors for maximum accessibility and an easy to operate working station. There are two versions: an inline printer and a smaller one, for tile-by-tile printing.
ReWalk is a powered exoskeleton which provides alternative mobility solution to the wheelchair for disabled people, enabling them to stand, walk, ascend or descent stairs and more. ReWalk consists of a light wearable brace support suit which integrates actuation motors at the joints, an array of motion sensors, a computer system based on sophisticated control and safety algorithms and tailored rechargeable batteries. The skeleton can adapt to different body sizes and can carry a person up to 100 kg. ReWalk enables people with lower limb disabilities to carry out routine functions, thus improving both quality of life and physical health.
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