Doctors have devised a new way to treat amputees with phantom limb pain.
High prevalence of chronic diseases spurs demand for electrodes for medical devices, according to a new report by GIA.
A catheter-based chip device looks to provide 3D images from inside heart and blood vessels.
A revolutionary hearing aid streams high-quality stereo sound from iPhones, iPads, and iPods to offer a whole new hearing experience.
IMTS 2014 will provide you, and the other 100,000+ attendees, with new manufacturing technologies and ideas.
Cyberonics’ proprietary technology provides automatic stimulation upon seizure detection.
Medtronic launches TOTAL Across Crossing Catheter in Europe and submits an application to the FDA for 510(k) clearance.
Washington University School of Medicine developed high-tech glasses may help surgeons visualize cancer cells, which glow blue when viewed through the eyewear.
The medical device features novel dual-bend technology, enabling independent robotic control of two separate bend sites on a single catheter.
Researchers are developing a miniature, low-power wireless microsystem to make these medical aids smaller, more comfortable, and more efficient.
The ripples of change are spreading as the pace of innovation and development in the industrial sector moves into overdrive.
New white paper from SPIROL discusses the use of spring pins in many different assemblies.
New site offers useful technical content related to the design and specification of wire and cable, cable assemblies and coil cords.
Unlike rigid exoskeletons, bio-inspired robotic device could aid ankle-foot rehabilitation, CMU researcher says.
Not Impossible’s Project Daniel uses 3D printers to make prosthetic arms for children of war in South Sudan.