Reflexonic gets OK for ED device; Biotronik starts peripheral stent trial;

> Chambersburg, PA-based Reflexonic has received 510(k) clearance for Viberect, its erectile dysfunction device. Reflexonic release

> Biotronik has completed its first endovascular procedure for its BIOFLEX-1 clinical trial. The trial is studying the safety and performance of the company's Astron and Astron Pulsar self-expanding peripheral stents. In all, 350 patients will be enrolled in the study. Biotronik release

> Researchers at the University of Illinois are finding new ways to use glucose meters that are traditionally used by diabetics. Using DNA sensors, the meters could be used for diagnostics or environmental monitoring. Article

> The Indian state of Maharashta is considering banning ultrasounds to combat sex-selective abortions, which are illegal. Report

And Finally... PhysOrg delves into the world of facial reconstructive surgery, discussing the usage topographical optimization and prosthetics to help patients with severe craniofacial injuries. Item

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