Flat panel x-ray detectors have revolutionized not only medicine but manufacturing.
Animated cartoon features the benefits of newborn screening for genetic diseases.
Dr. Linh Hoang, Vice President, Neonatal Screening, at PerkinElmer, talks about the challenges, opportunities, and company activities to address the need for newborn screening in India.
Making a statement for safer pregnancies and healthier babies in India.
A couple who lost an infant daughter to a rare metabolic disease is working with PerkinElmer to introduce newborn screening technology to Pakistan.
A global call to action for newborn screening
Genetic Screening Processor will speed testing of millions of babies for genetic disorders.
An extraordinary day in the life of an infant with Maple Syrup Urinary Disease (MSUD).
PerkinElmer is working to help save children's lives around the world through early detection of developmental, genetic, and metabolic disorders.
PerkinElmer is a Global Leader in X-ray Technology.
Fighting Bubble Boy Disease (SCID) a primary immunodeficiency disorder leaving infants with few or no T lymphocytes that help resist infections.
Early screening for fetal abnormalities allows expectant parents to make healthcare decisions that may benefit the health of their baby.
Pre-eclampsia affects over 8 million women each year, and is a major cause of fetal and neonatal mortality. Risk screening can prevent or delay the disease.
PerkinElmer expands its diagnostics portfolio to help China screen its people for HIV/AIDS, HBV, and HCV, 3 of the deadliest infectious diseases in the world.
Cord blood stems cells can be used in the treatment of nearly 80 serious diseases – from cancers to blood diseases to immune disorder.
With the help of flat panel X-ray detectors from PerkinElmer, pinpoint radiation is killing cancer cells and prolonging lives.
PerkinElmer’s 3-D tomosynthesis mammography acquisition and reconstruction software detects smaller tumors and significantly reduces false positive readings.
PerkinElmer and the Liaoning Blood Center are fighting against HIV, HCV, and HBV by partnering to prevent infectious blood transfusions.
Andy’s only hope for a cure was a stem cell transplant, which would build a new, healthy immune system.
Nicholas, only 2 1⁄2 years old, was diagnosed with leukemia, but with a stem cell transplant, the outlook is promising.