2 July 2019
Compliance and enforcement actions by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have dramatically declined under the Trump administration, with medical devices seeing the steepest drop, according to a new...
1 July 2019
Governments around the world are calling for stricter regulations on medical devices following an international probe into improperly designed implements. But, how are different countries approaching this issue? Medical Technology...
14 June 2019
A new whole blood assay could help physicians rapidly diagnose antimalarial drug resistance in primary care.
29 May 2019
A 3D-printed artificial cornea made of decellularised corneal stroma and stem cells may eventually replace the use of donated corneas in eye surgery.
28 May 2019
Non-invasive brain stimulation may help speed up and improve vision recovery for cortically blind patients following a stroke or similar brain injury.
27 May 2019
An artificial intelligence (AI) system has been used to detect a collective of genetic causes for autism spectrum disorder.
29 April 2019
A study presented at the ESTRO 38 conference has indicated that a type of radiotherapy called pencil beam scanning proton therapy offers the best hope for preserving cognitive functions in...
24 April 2019
Inappropriate gastrointestinal testing has been reduced by almost half at a hospital in the Midwestern US through the implementation of an electronic diagnostic stewardship programme, saving thousands of dollars.
23 April 2019
A study published in Depression and Anxiety has revealed that a specially designed artificial intelligence (AI) can diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through vocal biomarkers.
18 April 2019
Researchers from Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering and Computer Science have developed wearable motion sensors to detect and monitor medication ON and OFF states in Parkinson’s patients.