Zenosense, Inc. (ZENO) Reports Successful Quantitative Testing Results for MIDS Cardiac™ Technology

Cardiovascular diseases are costing the U.S. $1 billion per day in medical fees and productivity losses The number of heart attacks is increasing on an annual basis, highlighting the importance of early detection technology Zenosense is developing a handheld device that could significantly lower cardiovascular-related death rate and associated medical costs by enabling swift, accurate diagnostic

Health care technology company Zenosense, Inc. (OTC: ZENO) has announced the successful completion of a second round of testing for its MIDS Cardiac detection technology – a handheld system designed to rapidly test for certain cardiac biomarkers at the point of care, saving medical personnel crucial time in time-sensitive situations.

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