Business Wire||June 27, 2016
Study is 10-week single site, double blinded, sham controlled randomized clinical trial.
PR Newswire||June 27, 2016
This allows for a reduction in the number of external medical devices required during a surgical procedure.
Business Wire||June 16, 2016
The system and directional lead provides patients more intuitive technology options.
PR Newswire||June 16, 2016
BlueWind Medical announces world’s first miniature, wireless, battery-less solution.
University of California - San Diego||June 16, 2016
Bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego have developed an electrical graphene chip capable of detecting mutations in DNA. Researchers say the technology could one day be used in various medical applications such as blood-based tests f…
Business Wire||June 15, 2016
Funding will be used to grow hospital and remote patient monitoring business.
Business Wire||June 13, 2016
Company opens new technical support call center in Allentown, Pa.
Jean-Michel Malbrancq, President and CEO, GE Healthcare Europe||June 13, 2016
Digitalization can transform the medical technology sector in the coming years.
Mark Egan, GE Reports||June 10, 2016
The sensors can also track heart rate, blood pressure, and blood-oxygen saturation, and potentially make EKG wireless.
University of Wisconsin-Madison||May 31, 2016
Vital signs could be monitored via electronic “tattoo.”
PR Newswire||May 31, 2016
Company's 2nd generation system, launched earlier this year, is now being used in ground-breaking clinical work.
Biotronik||May 25, 2016
Biotronik’s smart device sees launch in the U.S.
Medtronic||May 25, 2016
Joint development of future generation continuous glucose monitoring systems aims to provide actionable insights.
Michigan State University||May 24, 2016
The technology can monitor a person’s eating, drinking, coughing, and even social habits.
National Institutes of Health||May 24, 2016
First prize of $200,000 awarded to BACtrack Skyn.
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