July’s top stories: Samsung’s new full-body CT scanner, Cardinal’s $6.1bn deal with Medtronic
Samsung NeuroLogica launched a new mobile, portable full-body computed tomography (CT) scanner, BodyTom Elite, and Cardinal Health concluded the purchase of Patient Care, Deep Vein Thrombosis and Nutritional Insufficiency business from Medtronic for $6.1bn. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from July, 2017.
e-ASPECTS: accelerating the stroke pathway
Oxford-based Brainomix has launched new imaging software which uses artificial intelligence to identify and interpret brain damage in stroke victims from CT scans. With trials of the technology underway in UK and European hospitals, we find out more from Brainomix chief technology officer Eric Greveson.
Medical Technology: Issue 2
In this issue: Applications for wearable health trackers in clinical trials, eye implants for retinitis pigmentosa, a new business model for 3D printed prosthetics, and the latest comment and analysis from GlobalData’s healthcare analysts.
June’s top stories: NIH’s neuroimaging study for autism, Philips' €1.9bn purchase of Spectranetics
A new study by the University of North Carolina and Washington University School of Medicine demonstrated the use of the fcMRI technique to predict the risk for autism in infants, and Royal Philips signed an agreement to buy Spectranetics. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from June 2017.
May's top stories: University of Utah's surgical robotic drill, New sensor for hepatitis diagnosis
The University of Utah, US, developed an automated robotic drill with the potential to reduce complex cranial surgery time, and UK and China collaborated on a new project to develop a graphene sensor for simultaneous diagnosis of hepatitis A, B and C. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps-up the key headlines from May, 2017.