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Covidien is the Covidien the first company to receive FDA clearance for a motion-tolerant bedside pulse oximeter.
PolyU researchers develop novel Brain Training Device to reconnect the brain and paralyzed limb after stroke.
The need for OEMs to keep up with rapid technical advancements boosts outsourcing opportunities for EMS providers.
With 50% growth in 2012, eDevice affirms its position as the medical devices connectivity leader.
Off-the-shelf printing tools create a functional ear that can “hear” radio frequencies far beyond the range of normal human capability.
More than 10 Million U.S. Patients Treatable by Neurostimulation; Successful Clinical Outcomes Fuel Adoption
North American EBCIs Point to Continued Improvement in Business Conditions in April
Incorporating Mobile CareGuide Sensor into ZOLL Monitor/Defibrillators; Noninvasive Sensor Technology Detects Patients at Onset of Shock
Silicon BioDevices 'Lab-in-the-Hand' Delivers Troponin Test Results in 15 Minutes; Identifies Patients Suspected of Heart Attack
Report from GBI Research shows the market value looks to nearly triple by 2019.
World's First and Only System with Illumina 3D Software and 32 Contacts is Designed to Provide Pain Relief to a Chronic Pain Patients
Researchers are developing edible electronic devices that can be implanted in the body to improve patient care.
MED-EL’s RONDO processor combines control unit, battery pack, and coil into a compact, single-unit design
St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute Partners with Welch Allyn to Upgrade Technology and Increase Staff Efficiency
Cordless Advanced Bipolar Energy Device Maintains Superior Sealing Benefits of ENSEAL Tissue Sealers
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