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Wearable devices for those with mobility issues
A new research project by scientists from the University of Bristol will help thousands of people with mobility issues
New MRI technology could measure brain function in milliseconds
Scientists have developed a new technique able to measure brain function in milliseconds using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Known as magnetic resonance elastography (MRE)
FDA releases draft guidance for brain-computer interface devices
The FDA has just issued draft guidance to drive the development of brain-computer interface (BCI) devices, a new generation of implants that could provide users with direct control.
FDA clears Tandem Diabetes Care new pump
The US FDA has granted marketing clearance for the Tandem Diabetes Care’s pump, which can deliver insulin under the skin in both children and adults
Current Health gets FDA clearance for remote monitoring device
Current Health, a Scottish OEM, has just secured US FDA clearance for its AI enabled, wearable, remote patient monitoring device.
New cybersecurity plan seeks alignment of industry regulators
The HSCC published a report earlier this week with recommendations for managing the security of medical devices in clinical practice
Soft-bodied robots as a novel method of drug delivery
Researchers at City University Hong Kong (City U) have just created a tiny, soft robot with caterpillar-like legs which can be directed using magnets to deliver drugs around the body.
Wireless environmental sensors in intensive care units pilot launched
CW+, the charity for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, is working in partnership with Drayson Technologies to launch the first pilot of wireless environmental...
Manuka honey could be used to keep medical devices free from infection
Manuka honey could be used to help keep internal medical devices such as urinary catheters free of infection, according to new research.
Range of new pacemakers and other devices curb deaths
Medical devices and surgical instruments are improving survival rates through their use of new technology.
Researchers double the storage life of joint donor tissue
A method for preserving donor joint tissue has been developed by researchers at the University of Missouri (MU) School of Medicine. The technology, called the Missouri...
Cefaly-Technology develops head band to treat migraine
Belgium-based Cefaly-Technology has developed a new device that embraces transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) technology to prevent migraine – a technique more...
Close contact with people: service robots in medicine and nursing
AUTOMATICA, the international trade fair for automation and mechatronics, is providing professional service robotics with its own platform and presenting the latest developments...