Edwards might be primarily known for its TAVR systems, but the company has been making some interesting forays into the artificial intelligence realm.
University of Texas Engineers have developed a noninvasive way to simulate repairs to the heart's mitral valve allowing surgeons to provide patient-specific treatments.
The NAVIGATE study evaluating electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy (ENB) procedures using the superDimension navigation system to aid in lung cancer diagnosis, staging, and treatment.
The Tempe, AZ-based company has raised $10M in a series A to help further commercialize the Gamma Tile, surgically targeted radiation therapy for patients with brain tumors.
Stryker reported strong performance in the fourth quarter of 2018 with a record number of robots installed and a healthy order book going into 2019.
Biodesix and MRM are the latest diagnostic firms to enter into a partnership geared at the early detection of lung cancer.
A $100M joint venture is expected to improve access to advanced rehabilitation technologies for Chinese stroke and spinal cord injury patients.
The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center is hosting its annual startup competition to identify disruptive medtech and biotech companies. Up to 20 finalists will become eligible to win a share the $200,000 purse of sponsor-provided, in-kind services.
In addition, the company said it has received a breakthrough device designation for the test, which predicts amyloid PET scan results in patients.
The Marlborough, MA-based company’s device treats benign prostatic hyperplasia, and was obtained when it acquired NxThera for $406 million.
Co-developed by Medtronic and the recently acquired Mazor Robotics, the system represents a unique marriage between robotics and navigation.
The imaging process was developed by a team of researchers from Northwestern University and could help lead to the early diagnosis of disease.
How surgeons are using virtual reality technology to simulate digital operating rooms and complex medical procedures to improve patient outcomes.
The Warsaw, IN-based company has received clearance for the ROSA Knee System to be used in robotically-assisted total knee replacement procedures.