• Ideal Life (Las Vegas) said that it will launch the first affordable and practical Bluetooth-enabled "chair scale" – designed for individuals who are too frail or obese to use conventional weighing scales – at the American Telemedicine Association annual meeting in Las Vegas this coming weekend. The chair scale, officially known as the Ideal Life Body Manager Plus, joins Ideal Life's line of products for chronic conditions such as hypertension, congestive heart failure (CHF), asthma, diabetes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

• VisEn Medical (Bedford, Massachusetts) said that users of its FMT 2500 Quantitative Tomography Platform will soon be able to access four channels of quantitative fluorescent imaging – 635 nm, 670 nm, 745 nm, and 790 nm – allowing greater flexibility in imaging and multiplexing of VisEn's fluorescent imaging agents in multiple disease pathways in vivo.

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