Interesting days at the Euroanesthesia 2017 meeting
Uppsala, June 8, 2017. As previously announced, Senzime AB (publ) participated at the Euroanesthesia (ESA) 2017 meeting in Geneva Switzerland June 3-5. ESA is the leading European Organisation for Anaesthesia, Critical Care, Pain and Perioperative Medicine.
Senzime receives research grants from Green Innovation Park
Uppsala, 19 May 2017. Senzime (publ) receives research grant from Green Innovation Park (GIP). This collaborative study is aimed at evaluating the usability of OnZurf Probe to monitor dispersion of various substances in soil. The study will be conducted at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Umeå, as a collaboration between Senzime and researchers in the Department of Forest Ecology and Care. The grant of 50,000 SEK allows the company to expand the market opportunities for OnZurf Probe to include ecologic monitoring.
Uppsala, March 13, 2017. Senzime AB (publ) is happy to announce that the abstract authored by Dr. J. Ross Renew from the Mayo Clinic and entitled, “Examining Awake Volunteer Pain Scores and Operator Ease of Use of a Novel Neuromuscular Blockade Monitor” was accepted for publication. The volunteer study compared the TetraGraph and TOF-Watch, and the results will be presented at IARS (International Anesthesia Research Society) 2017 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium, in Washington DC, May 6-9.
Senzime in the news- Needle-free probe provides information on how organs and tissues recover after surgery
Uppsala BIO and BIO-X writes about Senzime in their news.
Senzime has developed an integrated monitoring system that can provide information on the state of a body’s organs. A probe (OnZurf Probe) placed on the tissue surface collects a microdialysis sample that is read by an instrument (CliniSenz Analyzer). Senzime is one of the companies that received funding in the BIO-X call ‘New diagnostic solutions for disease monitoring’.