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Transforming Neurovascular Microcatheter ProductionTransforming Neurovascular Microcatheter Production

Innovative microcatheter technology and production techniques have enabled sophisticated treatments for patients with neurovascular conditions. However, manufacturers of these neurovascular devices are faced with the challenge of delamination, which can have a serious impact on patient safety and production yields.

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    Why are O2 Monitors Required for MRI?Why are O2 Monitors Required for MRI?
 
MRI units are not commonly thought of when talking about gas safety, however these areas can quickly become dangerous when leaks occur. Understanding the dangers of MRI units and the gases used within them are vital to understanding why O2 monitors are required in these areas. Read here to find out more.
 
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   Minimally invasive focused ultrasound treatment improves symptoms in patients with Parkinson's diseaseMinimally invasive focused ultrasound treatment improves symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease
 
Patients with Parkinson's disease achieved a significant improvement in their tremors, mobility, and other physical symptoms after having a minimally invasive procedure involving focused ultrasound, according to a new study today published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
 
 Ultrasound device may help some hypertensive patients to keep blood pressure under control
 
Ultrasound device may help some hypertensive patients to keep blood pressure under controlA device that uses ultrasound to calm overactive nerves in the kidneys may be able to help some people get their blood pressure under control.
 
 
 Spinal cord stimulation technology instantly improves arm and hand mobility in stroke patients
 
Spinal cord stimulation technology instantly improves arm and hand mobility in stroke patientsA neurotechnology that stimulates the spinal cord instantly improves arm and hand mobility, enabling people affected by moderate to severe stroke to conduct their normal daily activities more easily, report researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University today in Nature Medicine.
 
 
 Technology-enhanced screening increases early detection of psychosis
 
Technology-enhanced screening increases early detection of psychosisAsking patients to take a short survey on a tablet before their appointments may help mental health providers identify young people at risk of psychosis.
 
 
 High throughput device isolates and classifies metabolically active CTCs
 
High throughput device isolates and classifies metabolically active CTCsResearchers from the University of Technology Sydney have developed a new device that can detect and analyze cancer cells from blood samples, enabling doctors to avoid invasive biopsy surgeries, and to monitor treatment progress.
 
 
 Using ultrasound waves to move genetically engineered cells
 
Using ultrasound waves to move genetically engineered cellsLet's say you needed to move an individual cell from one place to another. How would you do it? Maybe some special tweezers? A really tiny shovel?