Susan Shepard is a freelance contributor to MD + DI.
A new exo-suit technology from ReWalk aims to help stroke survivors regain their normal gait patterns.
The best deep-learning algorithm studied by Roche and Genentech scientists was up to 97% accurate in detecting diabetic macular edema (DME) severity using color fundus photos alone.
The first-of-its-kind system facilitates surgical exposure while decreasing the size and number of incisions in a variety of procedures, which can lead to enhanced patient outcomes.
The Cuff to Cloud experience will instantly and effortlessly upload readings to the company’s database, which will then deliver a real-time and personalized message to its members.
The diagnostic testing community will be able to use it as a resource for a variety of applications, including assay development, test validation, and quality control.
Different materials, different finishes, and even different economics should be considered for home-use medical devices, say experts from a polymer manufacturer.
A new technology can diagnose a suspicious lesion in breast tissue in a third of a second, Dune Medical Devices reported.
The FlexArm gantry enables clinicians to quickly and easily visualize critical anatomy and identify changes to a patient during a procedure.
What can manufacturers do so their plastic medical devices don't crack or degrade under more-stringent cleaning?
CellMax Life has developed a blood test that it says can identify precancerous adenomas with similar accuracy as colonoscopy, which may facilitate better compliance with screenings and increase detection rates.
Infervision’s deep-learning system alerts radiologists to the possible presence of four different diseases, which could lead to faster and more comprehensive diagnoses.
Propeller Health, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of California, Berkeley, used digital medicine data obtained from a five-year study to find out how air pollution impacts the day-to-day lives of asthma sufferers.
CLARITY enables the formation of a hydrogel matrix by crosslinking biological molecules to a 3D network of hydrophilic polymers followed by lipid removal to generate a transparent, structurally intact tissue. The tissue retains its original structural features, can be labeled with macromolecules, and subsequently imaged without destruction of tissue morphology.