Russian COVID-19 Vaccine Shows 91.6% Efficacy

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Developed by the Gamaleya Research Institute—part of the Russian government’s health department—the vaccine has been in use in Russia since August 2020, even without the support of large-scale clinical trial results.

Overjet's Dental Assist Receives FDA Clearance to Bring AI to the Dental Practice

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The company has numerous partnerships with research institutions, dental support organizations and large dental practices.

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Study Reveals COVID-19 Pathway From the Oral Cavity to Lungs

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This research suggests mouthrinse use and simple oral hygiene practices can reduce the risk of transmission from the patient’s oral cavity to the lungs. .

Apteryx Imaging Enters Government-Funded International Consortium Agreement with Trestle GmbH to Develop Artificial Intelligence Software Applications for Dentistry

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Intended users of the applications are all players in the dental ecosystem, including, device manufacturers and operators, radiologists and other imaging specialists, medical and dental care professionals, laboratories, insurance companies, research institutes, academia, analytics providers and patients alike. Vancouver, BC – September 28, 2020 – Apteryx Imaging Inc.,

Research Reveals Low Rate of COVID-19 Among Dental Hygienists

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Of the survey participants, 149 respondents (3.1%) had been diagnosed with COVID-19, either through testing or by a medical professional, and they were not clustered in any particular geographic region, according to researchers.

Apteryx Imaging Enters Government-Funded International Consortium Agreement with Trestle GmbH to Develop Artificial Intelligence Software Applications for Dentistry

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Intended users of the applications are all players in the dental ecosystem, including, device manufacturers and operators, radiologists and other imaging specialists, medical and dental care professionals, laboratories, insurance companies, research institutes, academia, analytics providers and patients alike. We are seeing an incredible amount of work with artificial intelligence in dentistry, especially in the analysis of radiographs.