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5 Dec 2017

US MedGadget features SureWash technology following Med In Ireland 2017

Following the recent Med In Ireland 2017, MedGadget has published this article about our use of computer vision technology to teach the WHO hand hygiene technique to those in the clinical environment. 

SureWash Uses Computer Vision to Teach Proper Hand Washing Techniques

Med In Ireland is an event hosted by Enterprise Ireland bi-annually when overseas buyers are invited to Dublin to see what Ireland has to offer in the med tech sector. 

 

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