GE Healthcare||January 11, 2017
Vscan Extend is commercially available in Europe; it will also be available in the United States by the end of the month.
Daktari Diagnostics||January 9, 2017
The board will work to develop point-of-care diagnostic solutions.
PR Newswire||January 5, 2017
One-piece upper arm blood pressure monitor simplifies regular blood pressure checks.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration||December 22, 2016
AeroForm tissue expander is filled with air; no need for a needle, patient has some control over slowly expanding the device.
Business Wire||December 22, 2016
For the first time in the UK, the publicly-funded NHS system will fund blind patients with RP to receive treatment.
Business Wire||December 20, 2016
Trial will include 242 patients and will assess the regulation of bladder function using pulsed electrical energy.
J&J||December 16, 2016
Connectivity creates an integrated, connected experience for people with diabetes and value for healthcare providers.
Clarius Mobile Health||December 16, 2016
App-based ultrasound for medical professionals available now in the United States.
imec/Holst Centre||December 14, 2016
Miniaturized sensor that simultaneously determines pH and chloride could provide diagnostics for personalized healthcare.
Andrew Lloyd & Associates||December 13, 2016
Combines activity tracking, body tilt, and skin temperature monitoring; available for e-health applications in February 2017.
PR Newswire||November 30, 2016
Device is the first of Abbott's alinity family of diagnostics instruments to launch.
Alexandra George, Carnegie Mellon University||November 28, 2016
Method based on inexpensive processing tools and materials; circuits can be produced for less than $1.
HMicro||November 22, 2016
Partners will develop and manufacture wireless biosensor patches, wearables, and related devices.
University at Buffalo||November 14, 2016
Parents could use the technology at home to determine if there is a need for clinical examination.
Business Wire||November 4, 2016
Provides proof of concept for the ongoing development of the Orion I Visual Cortical prosthesis.
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