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NOLabs AB Achieves Break-Through in Fight Against MRSA-Bacteria
Date:11/30/2007

ing nitric oxide-containing medical devices for various medical applications. Nitric oxide is a natural substance, produced by the human body. Its physiological effects include the control of local blood supply and the protection against microbes. In particular, NOLabs focuses on prevention of infection and pain relief for patients suffering from diabetes-related complications such as chronic wounds and neuropathic pain. Another focus area is the prevention and treatment of catheter-associated urinary tract infections. NOLabs has developed the innovative, cost efficient and highly effective NitroSense(R) Technology with a significant potential to address serious health issues that impact the lives of over 100 million people.

Goran Beijer,

E-mail goran.beijer@nolabs.com,

Phone: +46-42-33-65-22;

Susanne Goransson,

E-mail: susanne.goransson@nolabs.com,

Phone: +46-42-33-65-30.


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