Global Health Highlights Weekly Digest 2021/04/12-04/16

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For the purpose of learning and sharing of global public health knowledge and information to assist the global fight against the infectious disease, Bioperfectus is delighted to accumulate clinical pearls, public health news, regulations & guidance as well as resources & reportsto present youBioperfectus Global Health Highlights Weekly Digest ( April 12--April 16, 2021).

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Bioperfectus Emergency Response to the Unknown Hepatitis in Children

On 15 April 2022, the World Health Organization (WHO) published an alert on severe acute hepatitis cases of unknown origin in children in the United Kingdom. Since then, there have been continuing additional reports of cases.


Compact and Powerful, SSNP-2000B Promotes Molecular Detection Ability

After SSNP-2000B got the IF award, its application in nucleic acid detection grew with stronger momentum. Conquering the judges with exclusive features, SSNP-2000B also obtained more and more recognition from clinical operators.


Stop Loss from A Small Bite

Vectors are living organisms that can transmit infectious pathogens between humans, or from animals to humans. When a vector becomes infectious, it can transmit the pathogen for the rest of its life during each subsequent bite/blood meal.