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The Body Electric: Researchers Move Closer to Low-Cost, Implantable

Aiding Organ Transplants to be First Application of New Technology

New technology under development at The Ohio State University is paving the way for low-cost electronic devices that wor…

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New Single Virus Detection Techniques for Faster Disease Diagnosis

Researchers at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO: 2013) describe optical techniques for counting individual viruses outside the lab

One research group, led by electrical engineer and bioengineer Aydogan Ozcan of UCLA, is working to directly image singl…

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A major strategic milestone in Exalenz's business development:

Exalenz received FDA clearance to market the next generation of BreathID® technology

Exalenz's advanced BreathID System is expected to accelerate revenues and improve gross margin significantly

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Breakthrough in patient and staff safety during cardiac interventions is shown in new clinical study using Philips technology

Cardiologists reduce x-ray radiation by 50% in cardiac catheterization procedures without any loss in image quality with…

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Cradle turns smartphone into handheld biosensor

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign researchers have developed a cradle and app for the iPhone that uses the phon…

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Molecular Devices launch of its next generation Axon Digidata® 1550 Digitizer

The Digidata 1550 Digitizer features eight independent analog output channels to simultaneously send command waveforms t…

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Given Imaging Announces New Data Highlighting PillCam(R) COLON Comparability to Colonoscopy in Detecting Adenomas

Secondary Analysis by Dr. Rex of sub-set of PillCam COLON trial data shows sensitivity for detecting adenomas that are at least 6 mm and 10 mm to be 88% and 92% respectively and specificity to be 82% and 95% respectively

Secondary Analysis by Dr. Rex of sub-set of PillCam COLON trial data shows sensitivity for detecting adenomas that are a…

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Covidien Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for Nellcor™ Pulse Oximetry Motion Claims

Nellcor pulse oximeters only FDA 510(k)-cleared oximeters compliant with ISO 80601-2-61

This makes Covidien the first company to receive FDA clearance for a motion-tolerant bedside pulse oximeter portfolio th…

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Medtronic Announces CE Mark and Launch for CapSureFix Novus(TM) 5076 MRI Lead

(Thomson Reuters ONE via COMTEX) --Proven Lead Expands Access to MRI for Patients with Slow Heartbeat

The CapSureFix Novus 5076 Lead, previously approved for use with Medtronic's non MR-Conditional pacemakers, has long bee…

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Stanford engineers monitor heart health using paper-thin flexible 'skin'

Engineers combine layers of flexible materials into pressure sensors to create a wearable heart monitor thinner than a dollar bill. The skin-like device could one day provide doctors with a safer way to check the condition of a patient's heart.

Engineers combine layers of flexible materials into pressure sensors to create a wearable heart monitor thinner than a d…

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Biomaterial Shows Promise for Type 1 Diabetes Treatment

Researchers have made a significant first step with newly engineered biomaterials for cell transplantation that could he…

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UCLA bioengineers simplify fluid flows by removing complex math

A research team led by UCLA bioengineers has developed a way to program and control the shape of fluids flowing through …

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Philips’ new advanced imaging ultrasound system provides a cost-effective solution to clinicians in a wide range of care settings

New Auto Face Reveal facilitates visualization of the baby’s face, possibly enhancing parental-fetal bonding.1

Philips new ultrasound system includes cutting-edge tools such as four dimensional (4D) imaging technology called Spatio…

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New device can extract human DNA with full genetic data in minutes

Take a swab of saliva from your mouth and within minutes your DNA could be ready for analysis and genome sequencing with…

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A tangle of talents untangles neurons

Brown’s growing programs in brain science and engineering come together in the lab of Diane Hoffman-Kim. In a recent pap…

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Brilliant dye to probe the brain

To obtain very-high-resolution 3D images of the cerebral vascular system, a dye is used that fluoresces in the near infr…

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UCLA study shows that individual brain cells track where we are and how we move

Using virtual reality, neurophysicists determine how environmental stimuli and brain rhythms generate our neuronal maps of the world

Using virtual reality, neurophysicists have determined how environmental stimuli and brain rhythms generate our neuronal…

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