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Cerebrotech Visor: wearable stroke detector

Often times, if a patient is not educated, it’s tough for them to rapidly diagnose a stroke. This visor, created by Cerebrotech Medical Systems, is intended for the non-invasive and rapid diagnosis of stroke. The technology assesses neurological function by

Cerebrotech Visor: wearable stroke detector

Often times, if a patient is not educated, it’s tough for them to rapidly diagnose a stroke. This visor, created by Cerebrotech Medical Systems, is intended for the non-invasive and rapid diagnosis of stroke. The technology assesses neurological function by

BrainScope One (Point-of-care EEG)

One of the major concerns in the fields of sports medicine and emergency medicine is traumatic brain injury (TBI). According to data from the CDC, sports-related TBIs result in 500 deaths per year. To address this issue, BrainScope Inc. has

BrainScope One (Point-of-care EEG)

One of the major concerns in the fields of sports medicine and emergency medicine is traumatic brain injury (TBI). According to data from the CDC, sports-related TBIs result in 500 deaths per year. To address this issue, BrainScope Inc. has

Calling all diabetics! Fingerstick-free glucose monitoring

The Abbott FreeStyle Libre system is revolutionary in it’s field in that it fully eliminates the fingerstick approach by measuring glucose levels via a sensor applied to the upper arm. It can even do so through clothing, without direct skin

Calling all diabetics! Fingerstick-free glucose monitoring

The Abbott FreeStyle Libre system is revolutionary in it’s field in that it fully eliminates the fingerstick approach by measuring glucose levels via a sensor applied to the upper arm. It can even do so through clothing, without direct skin

Watchman – the new alternative to warfarin

Patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation often have an increased risk of stroke which is caused by clot formation in the left atrium of the left atrial appendage (LAA). Boston Scientific recently developed a new device that’s implanted in the LAA,

Watchman – the new alternative to warfarin

Patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation often have an increased risk of stroke which is caused by clot formation in the left atrium of the left atrial appendage (LAA). Boston Scientific recently developed a new device that’s implanted in the LAA,

RFPi iCertainty real-time, noninvasive blood flow and perfusion imaging device

RFPi has created a real-time noninvasive blood flow and perfusion device, the first of it’s kind, to show blood flow without interrupting a surgical procedure or requiring injections, dyes, radiation or direct patient contact. It was recently FDA cleared and

RFPi iCertainty real-time, noninvasive blood flow and perfusion imaging device

RFPi has created a real-time noninvasive blood flow and perfusion device, the first of it’s kind, to show blood flow without interrupting a surgical procedure or requiring injections, dyes, radiation or direct patient contact. It was recently FDA cleared and

OtoNexus Medical Technologies: Diagnosing middle ear infections

OtoNexus Medical Technologies is developing the world’s first device to help pediatricians instantly and accurately diagnose middle ear infections. The way this technology works is it uses air-coupled ultrasound to provide information about the contents of the middle ear that

OtoNexus Medical Technologies: Diagnosing middle ear infections

OtoNexus Medical Technologies is developing the world’s first device to help pediatricians instantly and accurately diagnose middle ear infections. The way this technology works is it uses air-coupled ultrasound to provide information about the contents of the middle ear that

3D Tech Revolutionizing Face Transplants

Prior to 3D printing, surgeons often used CT scans and x-rays to map out their surgeries, especially when it came to face transplants. Recently, physicians are utilizing 3D models to better build a model. To assist with planning and surgery,

3D Tech Revolutionizing Face Transplants

Prior to 3D printing, surgeons often used CT scans and x-rays to map out their surgeries, especially when it came to face transplants. Recently, physicians are utilizing 3D models to better build a model. To assist with planning and surgery,