Genital infections in women — highly common but largely unknown
Approximately 15 percent of women of childbearing age suffer from bacterial vaginosis. Despite its pervasiveness, a recent study commissioned by HealthTech company Dynamic Code found that 6 out of 10 women are completely unfamiliar with the infection. Furthermore, the symptoms are often confused with Candida (a fungus of the genital area), leading to incorrect treatments which can, in the worst case scenario, lead to further complications and other recurring problems.
KRY and Dynamic Code collaborate to make healthcare safer and more accessible
The digital healthcare company KRY and the HealthTech firm Dynamic Code have signed a momentous cooperation agreement. The collaboration means that KRY will utilize Dynamic Code's health and diagnostic tests for its diagnoses in order to reliably provide correct treatments. To this end, KRY will be able to expand its health care services and help significantly more patients.
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Women's Health and Bacterial Vaginosis — A Vital Test for All Pregnant Women
Most women may experience sensations off and on, such as an itching feeling in the genitals or an odorous discharge, but often they will not know that these are symptoms caused by bacterial vaginosis. The vagina is home to a natural quantity of…
Dynamic Code’s DNA test for lactose intolerance now works for everyone
The symptoms of lactose intolerance are often very troublesome to detect for those affected. Upset stomach, diarrhea, flatulence, and stomach pain are some of the most common issues, but it is sometimes difficult to trace the cause. Lactose…
A successful new stock issue grants Dynamic Code 33 million SEK to expand both in Sweden and internationally
On November 22, Dynamic Code AB completed a new issue of shares worth 30 million SEK. Due to significant interest from the market, the firm was permitted to transfer 10 percent of its holdings — thus Dynamic Code has now allocated 33 million SEK in…