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OU and Mercy receive $2.5 million grant to develop new short-term breast cancer risk prediction models

OU and Mercy receive $2.5 million grant to develop new short-term breast cancer risk prediction models

The University of Oklahoma and Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City are developing new short-term breast cancer risk prediction models that aim to help increase cancer detection of breast magnetic resonance imaging screening. [More]
New non-invasive image processing technique may improve IVF success rates

New non-invasive image processing technique may improve IVF success rates

A collaboration between biologists and engineers at Monash University has led to the development of a new non-invasive image processing technique to visualise embryo formation. Researchers were able to see, for the first time, the movement of all of the cells in living mammalian embryos as they develop under the microscope. [More]
FDA approves MagVenture MagVita TMS Therapy system for treatment of Major Depressive Disorder

FDA approves MagVenture MagVita TMS Therapy system for treatment of Major Depressive Disorder

On July 31, 2015 the US Food and Drug Administration cleared the MagVita TMS Therapy system for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder in adult patients who have failed to receive satisfactory improvement from prior antidepressant medication in the current episode. [More]
New European project creates different tools to manage healthcare through technology

New European project creates different tools to manage healthcare through technology

The future is here: everyday healthcare is now intertwined with technology at every level. From improved record-keeping to smartphone apps that patients can use to track health progress, the technological infrastructure that has grown up around healthcare provides benefits that the previous generation couldn't dream of. [More]
Robotically-steered flexible needles may improve diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

Robotically-steered flexible needles may improve diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

Robotically steering flexible needles can reach their intended target in tissue with sub-millimetre level accuracy. This has been demonstrated by the doctoral research of Momen Abayazid, who is affiliated with the research institute MIRA of the University of Twente. An major advantage of steering flexible needles is that one can avoid obstacles or sensitive tissues and can re-orient the path of the needle in real time as you insert the needle. [More]
Proxsys Rx launches medication-focused transition of care program for hospitals, health systems

Proxsys Rx launches medication-focused transition of care program for hospitals, health systems

Proxsys Rx, the nation's largest Integrated Outpatient Pharmacy Provider (IOPP) is expanding its population health management services with the launch of a medication-focused transition of care program for hospitals and health systems. [More]
New device turns paralysis victims' breath into words

New device turns paralysis victims' breath into words

A new device which transforms paralysis victims' breath into words - believed to be the first invention of its kind - has been developed by academics from Loughborough University. [More]
Philips to showcase latest cardiology solutions at ESC Congress 2015

Philips to showcase latest cardiology solutions at ESC Congress 2015

Royal Philips today announced its presence at ESC Congress 2015, where the company is showcasing its latest cardiology solutions, including Heart ModelA.I., EchoNavigator and IntelliSpace Cardiovascular, that connect people and technology with care protocols to assist diagnosis, guide treatment and enable home care. [More]
ViiMed Surgical Coordinator Console now available through Greenway Marketplace

ViiMed Surgical Coordinator Console now available through Greenway Marketplace

Greenway Health is a provider of clinical systems for primary doctor practices, with over 75,000 doctors subscribing to their EMR system and financial tools. ViiMed, the leader in workflow-enabled asynchronous telehealth, is now available through the Greenway Marketplace. [More]
Arthrosurface inlay implant dramatically reduces progression of osteoarthritis

Arthrosurface inlay implant dramatically reduces progression of osteoarthritis

A recent study by Feucht et al, published in the KSSTA Knee Journal, compared the Arthrosurface HemiCAP Wave implant, which is based on an "inlay" Arthroplasty design, versus an "onlay" design implant for isolated patellofemoral disease. While both implant groups showed similar improvements in function and pain scores, none of the patients in the "inlay" group showed progression of osteoarthritis (OA). [More]
ieCrowd announces achievement of major milestone in commercial development of Smart Oxygen device

ieCrowd announces achievement of major milestone in commercial development of Smart Oxygen device

ieCrowd today announced the achievement of an important milestone in the commercial development of the company's supplemental oxygen delivery device, Smart Oxygen. The Smart Oxygen device, being developed by ieCrowd's subsidiary Smart Oxygen Solutions, automatically adjusts to a patient's changing demand for oxygen based on level of activity. [More]
True Results completes first True Balloon procedure in Texas with ORBERA Intragastric Balloon System

True Results completes first True Balloon procedure in Texas with ORBERA Intragastric Balloon System

True Results, a leading provider of bariatric weight loss solutions, announced it has completed the first non-surgical True Balloon procedure with the ORBERA Intragastric Balloon in Texas. [More]
Brain scans may help predict patients' response to antipsychotic drug treatment

Brain scans may help predict patients' response to antipsychotic drug treatment

Investigators at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have discovered that brain scans can be used to predict patients' response to antipsychotic drug treatment. The findings are published online in the latest issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry. [More]
Adventist Health System uses MyRounding platform to enhance patient experience, quality of care

Adventist Health System uses MyRounding platform to enhance patient experience, quality of care

MyRounding Solutions, the leader in developing patient experience technology, announced today that Adventist Health System (AHS) has selected MyRounding to streamline and optimize its rounding process and enhance patient experience, quality of care and employee engagement throughout its participating hospitals. [More]
UiO researchers test new nasal spray device for treating mental illness

UiO researchers test new nasal spray device for treating mental illness

Researchers at the University of Oslo have tested a new device for delivering hormone treatments for mental illness through the nose. This method was found to deliver medicine to the brain with few side effects. [More]
New ORNL interface can identify, characterize solid or liquid sample

New ORNL interface can identify, characterize solid or liquid sample

In mere seconds, a system developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory can identify and characterize a solid or liquid sample, providing a valuable tool with applications in material science, forensics, pharmaceuticals, biology and chemistry. [More]
Global urinary catheters market to expand at 4.1% CAGR between 2015 and 2021

Global urinary catheters market to expand at 4.1% CAGR between 2015 and 2021

According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research titled "Global Market Study on Urinary Catheters: Intermittent Catheters Segment to Witness Highest Growth by 2021", the urinary catheters market is expected to be valued at US$1,377.5 Mn by the end of 2015. It is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of4.1% from 2015 to 2021, to reach US$1,755.0 Mn by 2021. [More]
Sigma-Aldrich signs agreement with PHE to manufacture, supply bacterial and fungal NCTC/NCPF CRMs

Sigma-Aldrich signs agreement with PHE to manufacture, supply bacterial and fungal NCTC/NCPF CRMs

Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, a leading Life Science and Technology Company, today announced it has signed an agreement with Public Health England to manufacture and supply bacterial and fungal NCTC/NCPF Certified Reference Materials (CRM) in LENTICULE disc format worldwide for use as controls in food, water, environmental and clinical testing microbiology laboratories. [More]
Computational fluid dynamics modeling confirms better blood flow with new stent graft design

Computational fluid dynamics modeling confirms better blood flow with new stent graft design

Vascular surgeon Pat Kelly of Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, knew his patients were doing better with the stent graft he designed, but he wanted a better understanding of the mechanics before testing the device more widely in a clinical trial. For that, he reached out to South Dakota State University. [More]
Automated speech analysis program correctly identifies young people at risk for psychosis

Automated speech analysis program correctly identifies young people at risk for psychosis

An automated speech analysis program correctly differentiated between at-risk young people who developed psychosis over a two-and-a-half year period and those who did not. In a proof-of-principle study, researchers at Columbia University Medical Center, New York State Psychiatric Institute, and the IBM T. J. Watson Research Center found that the computerized analysis provided a more accurate classification than clinical ratings. [More]
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