7 latest FDA approvals

Here are the seven latest drugs or medical devices approved by the FDA since May 24.

1. The T2Bacteria Panel detects sepsis-causing bacterial pathogens in blood samples.

2. Palynziqis an enzyme substitution therapy for adults with the rare inherited disorder phenylketonuria.

3. OsteoDetect is an artificial intelligence algorithm designed to help physicians detect wrist fractures.

4. Imvexxy is a hormone therapy for a vaginal condition linked to low estrogen levels during menopause.

5. Vestex is medical apparel made of fluid-repellent fabric to limit clinicians' exposure to microorganisms from blood, body fluids and other potentially infectious material.

6. Xeljanz may now be used to treat adults with moderate-to-severe ulcerative colitis.

7. CustomFlex Artificial Iris is a surgically implanted device for patients whose iris is missing or damaged.

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