• 25Feb
    Unite to tide over Covid-19

    We are currently go through the critical period of fighting against novel coronavirus infection  epidemic. As one of the representatives of foreign trade enterprises in Nanjing. After the outbreak of the epidemic, Superfit responded quickly. All staff work overtime to contact factory, logistics and determine production of prevention materials. With the deep friendship of Nanjing people, fully support the government in fighting against the epidemic. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, Superfit has coordinated various ways and allocated more than 100000 pieces of protective clothing, goggles, masks, gloves, operating clothes and disinfection products. The donation area covers 10 provinces and regions including Hubei, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Guangdong. In addition to China, Superfit does not forget our customers and actively helps customers from all over the world to tide over difficulties. Nowadays, our company is stepping up the production of medical protective supplies. At the same time of strengthening epidemic prevention to provide material support for the fight against the epidemic . Nanjing Superfit

  • 21Sep
    Superfit in ‘Gas Stations in the Mid-Baituan War’

        On September 21, 2020, Gas Stations in the Mid-Baituan War was successfully held in Mercure Nanjing Olympic Centre. Superfit dispatched two outstanding representatives to participate in this business communication. As an advanced foreign trade enterprise, we actively seek change, learn new knowledge, and grasp the new trend of the industry.     This event invited Mrs. Song Chunyan, a senior predecessor in the industry, to share the wonderful experience of “taking orders efficiently”. Through Mrs. Song's sharing, we learned how to correctly understand the needs of customers in the inquiry. We will apply the learning to the practice of work, and promote the development of enterprises to a high-quality and sustainable direction. Nanjing Superfit

  • 23Nov
    Covid Testing Faces Delays Again As Demand Surges Ahead Of The Holiday

    With the holidays approaching, some companies require employees to return to their offices, and anxiety about the virus increases with the daily case count, and the demand for accurate Covid-19 testing is surging.     In the past week, the average of Covid-19 tests was conducted 1.6 million times a day, compared with a seven-day average of less than 900,000 in July, according to data compiled by the Covid Tracking Project. (Refer from The Atlantic Magazine)     The surge in demand is yet put pressure on the supply chain of PCR molecular tests - the gold standard for Covid-19 testing - leading to long lines for testing, shortages of supplies, and processing delays across the country.     National labs cannot obtain enough necessary testing supplies. The American Clinical Laboratory Association, an industry trade group, previously warned that its members are facing delays or cancellations on orders for critical supplies, such as pipette tips. Nanjing Superfit

  • 03Dec
    An Indian woman monthly expenditure   on sanitary pads

    According to a World Health Organization (WHO) survey in 2017, as many as 67% of women have to borrow health necessities from friends, colleagues, or family members. A message from the women farmers protesting at Delhi borders. One of the issues women face at the protest site was menstrual hygiene. According to a World Health Organization (WHO) survey in 2017, as many as 67% of women have to borrow health necessities from friends, colleagues, or family members. Hariom Tyagi, CEO of Wet-Dry Personal Care said,“The grim reality today is that one in three women hesitates in buying sanitary essentials at a store in the presence of other customers”.     In India, it is observed that many women suffer from vaginal infections due to poor menstruation. Poor health conditions have a negative impact on their health and are more vulnerable to reproductive tract infections and other complications. It can also lead to urogenital infections.     A menstrual cup can be used for up to 10 years. Therefore, it is a more cost-effective and better alternative to sanitary pads. An Indian woman spends 300 rupees per month on pads or tampons. Assuming that the menstrual age lasts for 30 years, this figure is over a lakh rupees. Now imagine that when you use a menstrual cup, you can spend less than 1 / 100 of the cost.     With a vision to give today's women basic menstrual hygiene. Superfit recently launched its premium menstrual cups . In its latest products, the brand intends to promote reusable menstrual hygiene in the women's health field. Nanjing Superfit

  • 07Dec
    Do face masks curb coronavirus spread?

    A study from Denmark released to the public last month was being shared as an evidence that masks are not effective in slowing the covid-19 pandemic. Critics pointed out that the study concluded that masks were not as effective as traditional assumptions in protecting masked people. But that doesn’t mean that masks are useless in curbing the spread of coronavirus. The researchers said within the study report.     The study was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal on Wednesday. If you read through it, you’ll find that researchers assembled a group of people in Denmark and gave half of them disposable surgical masks to wear, while the other half did not. At the end of the study, they tested the participants' covid-19 antibody and found that 1.8% of the masked group was infected with covid-19, while 2.1% of the nonmasked group were infected with the disease. The researchers say their findings contradict the assumption that masks can reduce your risk of contracting covid-19 by 50%.     Experts have urged the public to wear masks to prevent the wearer from unknowingly spreading the virus to others. The study only paid attention to the possibility of masks protecting their wearers, and in the case that most ordinary people do not wear masks themselves.     Recent studies have shown that masks play an important role in covid-19 in the United States. A study by Vanderbilt University at the end of October found that in Tennessee, the rate of hospitalization rose faster in counties without a mask authorization than in counties with regulations in the state. The study found that counties with the highest proportion of people wearing masks had the lowest hospitalization rates.     So, the recent study in Denmark shows that masks have limited protection for the wearer. But these findings do not suggest that masks are useless. One of the potential benefits of masks is that it reduces the possibility of the wearer transmitting the virus to others. However, other studies have found that masks can inhibit the spread of covid-19. Nanjing Superfit

  • 14Dec
    Duterte wants revive police use of batons

    President Rodrigo Duterte said last Monday that he wanted the government to buy rubber batons for police because they needed to subdue criminals who were resisting arrest.     In his television briefing, the president agreed with Interior Secretary Eduardo Año that police could use“yantok” or rattan sticks to protect themselves from violent resistance against lawbreakers who arrest and attack law enforcement officials.     The Human Rights Commission warned the government against the “unnecessary” use of force and actions that could harm and humiliate people.     Earlier in the day, presidential spokesman Harry rock warned police not to use “yantok” or rattan, stressing that it was not allowed under the law and the provisions of the Philippine National Police (PNP). Duterte added that batons are “less-lethal weapons”against aggressive criminals. Nanjing Superfit

  • 21Dec
    Hospitals in the US still lack protective equipment

    The emergence of vaccines has not changed the current situation of shortage of epidemic prevention supplies in the United States. Starting this month, the good news of the vaccine began to sweep across the United States from New York. However, for much front-line medical staff, it is too early to be optimistic. They fear the good news by the vaccine will overshadow a crisis that has not received much public attention in recent months. We have been facing a severe shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), the quantitative use of latex disposable gloves, gowns, and N95 face masks increasing the risk of infection. “Our days are filled with fear and doubt,” Mr. Rubesch said. “It’s like driving a car without seat belts.” Many of the shortages are the result of soaring global demand, but supply chain experts and healthcare providers say the Trump administration has been largely non-interference in the production and distribution of protective equipment over the past nine months, which has exacerbated the problem. Nanjing Superfit

  • 25Dec
    AI-powered microscope in Cancer Diagnosis Breakthrough

    DeepDOF, a new microscope, uses artificial intelligence to quickly and cheaply image all the cells in a large section of tissue with minimal preparation at high resolution (left), eliminating the expensive and time-consuming process of installing a thin tissue slice on a slide (right).     For a typical microscope, there is a trade-off between spatial resolution and depth of field, which means that only objects at the same distance from the lens can focus clearly. Even a few millionths of a meter near or far from the objective of a microscope, the features will be blurred. As a result, lab microscope samples are usually thin and mounted between slides.     At present, the section is used to examine the margins of the tumor, and it is not easy to prepare. The removed tissue is usually sent to a hospital laboratory, where experts either freeze it or prepare it with chemicals, then make extremely thin sections and attach them to slides. This process is time-consuming and requires specialized equipment and trained workers. Hospitals rarely can examine slides at the edge of tumors during surgery, and relevant health institutions in many parts of the world lack the necessary equipment and expertise.     DeepDOF uses a deep learning neural network and an expert system, which can study a large number of data to make decisions similar to human. The researchers showed it 1200 images from a database of tissue slices. From this, DeepDOF learned how to choose the best phase mask to image a specific sample, and how to remove blur from the image captured from the sample to focus cells of different depths.     Richards-Kortum, Rice’s Malcolm Gillis University Professor, professor of bioengineering and director of the Rice 360° Institute for Global Health said, “A clinical study is needed to find out whether DeepDOF can be used as proposed for margin assessment during surgery. We hope to begin clinical validation in the coming year.” Nanjing Superfit

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