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Cambridge Consultants unveils Leap camera for intravascular imaging
Cambridge Consultants has unveiled Leap, a new single-use, high-definition miniature endoscope camera which enables imaging during intravascular surgery.
Stryker forms two new collaborations to boost surgical guidance
Stryker, through its Advanced Guidance Technologies unit, has formed strategic collaborations with Synaptive Medical and Ziehm Imaging to bolster its footprint in the field of surgical guidance.
Brain imaging for tau protein may aid Alzheimer’s diagnosis
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have led an international study for a new brain imaging method designed to enable diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
Chinese researchers develop new photoacoustic imaging technology
Researchers from Jinan University in China have developed a smart photoacoustic imaging approach by using a combination of laser light and ultrasound.
Google’s AI tool can determine lung cancer type from images
A new study by a New York University (NYU) School of Medicine research team has found that a type of artificial intelligence (AI) tool called Inception v3 from Google can determine lung cancer types by analysing images of tumours.
Canadian researchers develop wearable ultrasound scanner
A research team from the University of British Columbia (UBC) has created a new ultrasound transducer that is wearable, portable, cost-effective and can be powered by a smartphone.
BioArctic expands research agreement with Uppsala University
Swedish research-based biopharma company BioArctic has entered an expanded research collaboration agreement with Uppsala University to offer financial support for a three-year research position.
August’s top news stories
The US FDA approved the first generic version of the EpiPen to treat allergic reactions in emergency cases, and an international team of researchers discovered a blood biomarker to help detect the risk of kidney cancer development much earlier than standard diagnosis. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps up key headlines from August 2018.
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