Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Medgadget’s Best Medical Technologies of 2019

Wrapping up this year and looking back on the particularly interesting developments in medical technology, we at Medgadget are impressed and very excited about...

Mint Founder Launches EHR Solution for Hospital Emergency Departments

Aaron Patzer, CEO, Vital Earlier this year, Mint founder Aaron Patzer’s newest venture, Vital Software Inc (Vital), came out of stealth mode with a...

Osia, a New Type of Implantable Hearing Solution by Cochlear, Secures FDA Clearance: Interview

Earlier this month, Cochlear received FDA clearance for the Osia 2 System, the first active osseointegrated steady-state implant (OSI). The Osia System represents a...

IllumiCare Report Finds More Providers Result in Longer Hospital Length of Stay (Interview)

When a hospitalized patient is engaged by more than three actively involved providers, the patient’s length of say (LOS) increases by a little over...

OrbitaASSIST AI-Powered Bedside Virtual Assistant: Interview with Nick White, Orbita Executive VP of Patient...

Boston-headquartered Orbita, a healthcare innovation company offering conversational AI platform and virtual health assistant solutions, has released the OrbitaASSIST, a voice-powered, AI-driven bedside virtual...

Aptar’s Nasal Unidose Device Helps Stop Epileptic Seizures

December 10th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery AptarGroup, a company based outside of Chicago, Illinois, has announced that the FDA recently approved a...

Exclusive with CELLINK Co-Founders Erik Gatenholm and Dr. Héctor Martínez

CELLINK is a 3D bioprinting company based in Gothenburg, Sweden, and was one of the first companies in the world to offer 3D printable...

Europe Clears RejuvenAir, a New Therapy for COPD with Chronic Bronchitis

December 2nd, 2019 Medgadget Editors Medicine, Thoracic Surgery Chronic bronchitis can be a difficult disease to live with, but when it’s coupled with COPD...

Family Told to Let Their Baby Die Instead of Raising Money For His Rare...

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Medgadget Discovers How To Start an Irish Medtech Company

Ireland has long been a hub for technology. Many of the large, well-known tech corporations have offices in Dublin, and 18 of the 25...

Smart Microscope Learns to Diagnose Infectious Diseases

Experienced professionals tend to be better than rookies partly because they know how to use the tools of their trade more effectively. Cytologists who...

Wireless Skin VR System For Prosthetic Users

Researchers from City University of Hong Kong and Northwestern University have developed a wearable “skin” that can impart a sense of touch through vibrations...

Video Game Uses Brain Wave Monitoring to Treat ADHD

While there are a number of drugs to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), they can have some pretty serious side effects. Researchers in...

Magnetic Scanner Small Enough for Kids to Study Brain Development

As kids grow, their brains undergo a development process that is poorly understood. Children can have short attention spans, move around a lot, and...

Optical Nanoprobes Monitor Neural, Cardiac Cell Activity

Monitoring neurons and other excitable cells in vivo for research and clinical applications has usually required the use of electrode arrays. These are quite...

Omega FluoroShield FDA Cleared to Reduce Radiation Exposure

November 6th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Cardiac Surgery, Radiology, Surgery, Vascular Surgery Omega Medical Imaging, a firm based in Sanford, Florida, has won FDA clearance...

Is Self-care the Answer to Physician Burnout?

Among physicians, self-care is booming. This week on Twitter I pick this up from Esko Kilpi, Helsinki-based management guru: Our moral structures have been based on...

Tiny Traps Lure Cancer Cells for Diagnostics, Treatment Monitoring

Detecting cancer at its early stages remains a major challenge in oncology. Even monitoring the progression of cancer is difficult, but researchers at the...

OnMed Deploys First Telemedicine Station at Tampa Bay General Hospital

Earlier this month, Tampa General Hospital (TGH) became the first deployment site for a new telemedicine station developed by health technology company OnMed. Available...

Bruin Biometrics Is on a Mission to End Pressure Ulcers: Interview with CEO Martin...

Earlier this year, Medgadget reported on the FDA’s clearance of the SEM Scanner, a device created by Los Angeles-based Bruin Biometrics (BBI). The SEM...

AI-Powered Voice Assistance Behind New Digital Health Company Frontive Health (Interview)

Voice assistants are quickly becoming a popular consumer tool that allows users to access libraries of skills, including games, news, and reminders. Last month,...

Neuromodulation for Tinnitus Relief: Interview with Neuromod Devices CEO Dr. Ross O’Neill

Our nervous system plays a central role in how we sense things in our environment, and modulating the signals that pass through our nerves...

Medgadget Tours Poland and Its Medtech Scene

On September 1, 1939, German forces under the command of Hitler invaded Poland, marking the official start of World War II. Hundreds of thousands...

New Medical 3D Printer Unveiled by B9Creations

October 23rd, 2019 Medgadget Editors Cardiac Surgery, Materials, Medicine, Orthopedic Surgery, Surgery B9Creations, a company out of Rapid City, South Dakota, is releasing its...

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