Two separate studies show how researchers are using machine learning to train computers to spot and classify cells just by analyzing medical images.
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Quadrant Biosciences scored a $2 million NIH grant to supports its epigenetic diagnostic test for autism spectrum disorder.
LivaNova is launching a pivotal study that will look at how stimulation of the vagus nerve with the VITARIA device can help treat heart failure patients.
The company’s Phoenix device is a bioelectric medicine that has the potential to treat functional diseases such as type-2 diabetes, hypertension, and gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Seven key trends and events helped make Liquid Biopsy attractive to investors, shareholders, patients, and physicians.
Medtronic also received FDA approval for revised TAVR labeling that marks a critical moment for treating patients with bicuspid severe aortic stenosis.
Financings, joint ventures, and clearances continue to drive the quickly growing surgical robotics market.
Appreciate the promise of digital health technology as well as the challenges faced when launching a product, advises an expert speaking at MD&M Minneapolis.
New data unveiled at the European Respiratory Society International Congress shows that the Archimedes virtual bronchoscopy navigation system significantly improves the diagnostic yield of lung cancer nodules located outside a patient's main airways.
A recently published study links silicone breast implants with a handful of rare diseases, but an FDA expert points to flaws in the study and says it highlights the need for better postmarket evidence generation.
Audrey Turley, of Nelson Labs, will speak at Medical Design & Manufacturing Minneapolis about biocompatibility issues related to medical devices including the move to more in vitro testing and the 2020 deadline for the new European Medical Device Regulation.
The Los Alamitos, CA-based company has received FDA clearance for the Infrared Heat Therapy Pain Relief wearable.
The Cupertino, CA-based company garnered a lot of attention for incorporating an ECG into the next iteration of the Apple Watch and now analysts along with industry experts are sounding off on the technology’s potential impact.