A group of scientists in Scotland have found that giving stem cells a...
- Researchers develop electrical device to power implants
- PQ Bypass to study Detour System for peripheral artery disease
- Virtual Incision gets funding for miniaturised surgical robots
- Nanokicking: could a swift kick up the stem cell provide a new cure for bone injuries?
- iCAN and Aura Medical to offer nebulisers for medical cannabis
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Researchers develop electrical device to power implants
A new research led by the University of Michigan in the US has led to the development of a new electric eel-inspired device that could power body implants and wearable devices such as health monitors, augmented-reality contact lenses and medication dispensers.
PQ Bypass to study Detour System for peripheral artery disease
PQ Bypass has obtained conditional approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct a pivotal clinical trial of its DETOUR System under an investigational device exemption (IDE).
Virtual Incision gets funding for miniaturised surgical robots
US-based Virtual Incision has secured an $18m Series B funding for the development of miniaturised surgical robots.
Nanokicking: could a swift kick up the stem cell provide a new cure for bone injuries?
A group of scientists in Scotland have found that giving stem cells a miniscule, ultra-precise ‘kick’ can turn them into bone cells. Elly Earls meets one of the researchers behind the innovation to find out about the technology’s applications for healing bone fractures.
iCAN and Aura Medical to offer nebulisers for medical cannabis
iCAN:Israel-Cannabis has partnered with respiratory devices maker Aura Medical to offer the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved nebulisers for delivery of medical cannabis.
US researchers develop molecular probe to detect hypoxia
Researchers from the University of Illinois in the US have developed a photoacoustic molecular probe to detect areas of hypoxia (low oxygen in tissue) for improved non-invasive diagnosis and treatment of cancer, stroke and blocked or narrowed blood vessels.
US FDA approves Boston Scientific’s brain stimulation device
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Boston Scientific’s Vercise Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) System for the treatment of Parkinson's disease symptoms.
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