Dymedix Diagnostics to exhibit new products at the 10th Biennial PEDIATRIC Sleep Medicine 2019 Conference in Naples, Florida

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Dymedix Diagnostics, a leading manufacturer of PVDF based diagnostic sensors, will display several new pediatric focused products to the attendees of the 10th Biennial Pediatric Sleep Medicine 2019 meeting of the in Naples, FL.

The company plans to use the opportunity to draw attention to several new products focused on pediatric sleep testing needs.

Dymedix Diagnostics has announced that they will be attending the 10th Biennial Pediatric Sleep Medicine meeting as a vendor in the exhibition hall. The event is scheduled to take place at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples, FL. November 14 - 17, 2019. The company plans to use the opportunity to draw attention to several new products focused on pediatric sleep testing needs. These will include new airflow, respiratory effort and leg lead options that will be thinner, lighter, and more disposable than conventional options.

Earlier this year, Dymedix announced the formation of the Lullaby line of pediatric sleep diagnostic sensors in response to industry feedback and desire for options specific to that population. Now available, these new products will be on display at the Dymedix booth during the exhibit hall hours. New options include the iFM (infant filtration module) for airflow monitoring, the SnuggleFit semi-disposable effort belt system, and pre-wired disposable leg EMG patches. The company believes that these will improve testing comfort, reliability, accuracy and disposability due to the advantages provided by its advanced PVDF based technology.

Dymedix has indicated that they look forward to meeting and speaking with all attendees regarding these new testing options as well as the line of adult sleep sensor solutions during the exhibition hours.
For more information, you can go to the newly launched Dymedix website at http://www.dymedix.com for product descriptions, videos, published papers and distributor options.

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