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Moving their legs

4/10/2014

Epidural electrical stimulation of the spinal cord has four men paralyzed in their lower extremities moving their legs.

Off the shelf, on the skin

4/9/2014

Stick-on electronic patches for health monitoring, University of Illinois Study

Electric 'thinking cap' controls learning speed

3/28/2014

Cram sessions are routine occurrences on any college campus. But what if there was a better, safer way to learn new or difficult material?

FDA approvals of new pacemakers

3/26/2014

First pacemaker with quadripolar technology from St. Jude Medical Inc. is now available in the United States

Helping to hear, again

3/24/2014

FDA approves the first implantable hearing device for adults with a certain kind of hearing loss.

Insight from [MC]2 MTConnect improves operations

3/20/2014

Mazak to share key MTConnect advantages at [MC]2 2014 conference; implementation at Ky. plant gathers valuable data.

Wireless, product safety, int’l approval capabilities added

3/14/2014

National Technical Systems key facility services cover low power devices, information technology equipment, and medical devices,

Drug delivery device that could restore hearing

3/14/2014

Draper Laboratory demonstrates new advances miniaturizing a drug delivery device that could help patients recover from hearing loss.

Squeezing light into metals

3/12/2014

University of Utah engineers control conductivity with inkjet printer.

Can a prosthetic limb feel?

3/11/2014

Physiatrist and engineer Todd Kuiken is building a prosthetic arm that connects with the human nervous system — improving motion, control and even feeling.

Complete medical check-up on a chip

3/8/2014

About the size of a stapler, this new handheld device developed at EFPL tests large numbers of proteins all at one.

Building nursery 2.0

3/6/2014

With a sensor-based onesie that tracks a baby’s health, MIT spinout Rest Devices is bringing innovation to baby monitoring.

FDA nod for Puritan Bennett 980 ventilator

3/4/2014

The new acute care ventilator from Covidien helps enable patients to breathe more naturally through innovative technology.

Electrodes market projected to reach US$1.9B

2/28/2014

High prevalence of chronic diseases spurs demand for electrodes for medical devices, according to a new report by GIA.

Wireless transceiver technology for medical devices

2/18/2014

Complies with the 400MHz-band international standard, consumes one-tenth the power of previous models, lightens the burden on patients.

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