From Instagram influencers to wearable devices, a study by the International Longevity Centre...
- The hesitancy hurdle: how tech can improve adult vaccination rates
- A trick of the light: photodynamic therapy illuminates healthcare
- Bluetooth, AI and health tracking: hearing aids are smarter than ever
- New 3D printed pill could be used to diagnose gut conditions
- Flow raises $1.5m for brain stimulation depression treatment
Philips launches HeartStart Intrepid monitor/defibrillator
Royal Philips has introduced the new HeartStart Intrepid monitor/defibrillator to assess and treat patients in medical emergencies across pre-hospital and hospital settings.
FDA approves CVRx’s device to treat advanced heart failure
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved CVRx’s Barostim Neo System to address symptoms in advanced heart failure patients.
FDA grants breakthrough status to V-Wave’s interatrial shunt
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted breakthrough device designation to V-Wave’s interatrial shunt for the treatment of patients with symptomatic heart failure (HF).
Feinstein Institutes studies MyoRegulator to treat spasticity
Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research has trialled a new medical device called MyoRegulator for the non-invasive treatment of spasticity in stroke patients.
Concept Medical receives breakthrough status for MagicTouch PTA
Concept Medical has secured breakthrough device designation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its MagicTouch Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty (PTA) sirolimus drug-coated balloon (DCB).
Ancora Heart begins enrolment in AccuCinch device trial
Cardiac therapies developer Ancora Heart has started patient enrolment in the CorCinch EU clinical trial of AccuCinch Ventricular Repair System to treat reduced ejection fraction systolic heart failure (HFrEF).
Research finds oral appliances may aid in sleep apnea therapy
A new study by US researchers has shown that treatment with oral appliances can be effective for a type of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in adults.
The hesitancy hurdle: how tech can improve adult vaccination rates
From Instagram influencers to wearable devices, a study by the International Longevity Centre UK has highlighted how technology can help society overcome misinformation and encourage more adults to get vaccinated. We take a closer look at how these innovative methods could improve uptake.
A trick of the light: photodynamic therapy illuminates healthcare
Photodynamic therapy has been in use for a century or more, but advances in photobiology and biomechanical engineering are taking the technique to the next level. What are some of the latest innovations in light-based therapeutics and the devices that help deliver them?
Bluetooth, AI and health tracking: hearing aids are smarter than ever
Assistive devices for deaf people are doing more than just enhancing their hearing. ‘Smart’ hearing aids are now allowing people to stream their music, run their homes and monitor their health.
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