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- How can a device prevent major knee replacements? Find out in the latest Medical Technology
- Scanning cerebral damage in malnourished children
- Butterfly Network: a household ultrasound or just another point-of-care device?
- AI in med tech: how should it be regulated?
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New MRI technology could measure brain function in milliseconds
Scientists have developed a new technique to measure brain function in milliseconds using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Known as magnetic resonance elastography (MRE), the new technology could be used to help diagnose and understand numerous neurological diseases including Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy
Masimo O3 used to create cerebral oxygenation normative values
Researchers at Austin Hospital in Australia have investigated the relationship between cerebral oxygenation and other physical and haemodynamic characteristics to create a set of normative values for further study.
How can a device prevent major knee replacements? Find out in the latest Medical Technology
In this issue: easing the recovery process with VR, treating knee pain with the Calypso Knee System, automation in diagnostic lab operations, and much more.
Nvidia and ACR collaborate to spur AI adoption in diagnostic radiology
Nvidia has partnered with the American College of Radiology (ACR) to offer an open artificial intelligence (AI) platform for the development of diagnostic algorithms.
Israeli research shows medical scans vulnerable to hacking
Cybersecurity researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel have developed malware to demonstrate vulnerabilities in medical imaging equipment.
Scanning cerebral damage in malnourished children
For years, behavioural tests have been used to chart brain development in children. However, current tests may not be fit for purpose in poorer countries. A new portable brain scanning technique is now being used in the Gambia to more accurately gauge children’s neural development. Medical Technology finds out more.
Cleaning Validation for Medical Device Manufacturing
Cleaning validation or verification is a necessary regulatory compliance step in medical device manufacturing and reprocessing. Support from the cleaner manufacturer can save time and money when establishing either cleaning validation or cleaning verification.
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