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Cable and connector technology for spinal pain relief

Cable and connector technology for spinal pain relief
  Living with chronic neuropathic pain as a result of an accident or ageing that includes nerve damage can become a constant battle in our daily lives. Modern solutions include the installation of electrical signal pain modulations that help mask some of the pain signals. 
12th November 2018

First minimal-contact full face CPAP mask: AirFit F30

First minimal-contact full face CPAP mask: AirFit F30
ResMed has introduced its first minimal-contact full face CPAP mask, AirFit F30, the latest addition to its AirFit mask portfolio, which helps users reduce facial marks, wear glasses in bed and curl up closer to their bed partner. Unlike most traditional full face mask cushions, AirFit F30’s sits below the nasal bridge, preventing top-of-the-nose red marks and irritation, and reducing feelings of claustrophobia for some full face wearers.
14th September 2018

Veta smart case & app for epinephrine auto-injectors

Veta smart case & app for epinephrine auto-injectors
Aterica has announced the general availability of Vetaf Smart Case & App – the first-ever comprehensive anaphylaxis and food allergy support system for individuals and their families. Veta provides increased security, freedom, and confidence for everyone involved by surrounding individuals living with anaphylaxis with their network of connected Veta Smart Case-enabled epinephrine auto-injectors and with their support circle of family, friends, and caregivers connected through Veta App.
12th September 2018


Device to corral viable sperm may speed IVF process

Device to corral viable sperm may speed IVF process
For couples hoping for a baby via in vitro fertilisation, chances have improved. A process that once took hours now takes minutes: Cornell scientists have created a microfluidic device that quickly corrals strong and speedy sperm viable for fertilisation. Conventional methods to separate vigorous, motile sperm is tedious and may take up to several hours to perform.
12th September 2018

Aortic valve system demonstrates high performance

Aortic valve system demonstrates high performance
A new study evaluating the safety and performance of the Boston Scientific ACURATE neo2 Aortic Valve System, a next generation transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) system, demonstrated a high procedural success rate and a low rate of paravalvular aortic regurgitation at 30 days post procedure. Results from the ACURATE neo2 CE-Mark Study, a single-arm, multi-center study, were presented at the annual congress of PCR London Valves, in London.
12th September 2018

Special antibodies could lead to HIV vaccine

Special antibodies could lead to HIV vaccine
Around one percent of people infected with HIV produce antibodies that block most strains of the virus. These broadly acting antibodies provide the key to developing an effective vaccine against HIV. Researchers from the University of Zurich and the University Hospital Zurich have now shown that the genome of the HI virus is a decisive factor in determining which antibodies are formed.
11th September 2018

Focused delivery for brain cancers

Focused delivery for brain cancers
A person’s brainstem controls some of the body’s most important functions, including heart beat, respiration, blood pressure and swallowing. Tumour growth in this part of the brain is therefore twice as devastating. Not only can such a growth disrupt vital functions, but operating in this area is so risky, many medical professionals refuse to consider it as an option.
10th September 2018

A pill for delivering biomedical micromotors

A pill for delivering biomedical micromotors
Using tiny micromotors to diagnose and treat disease in the human body could soon be a reality. But keeping these devices intact as they travel through the body remains a hurdle. Now in a study appearing in ACS Nano, scientists report that they have found a way to encapsulate micromotors into pills. The pill’s coating protects the devices as they traverse the digestive system prior to releasing their drug cargo.
7th September 2018

Occlusion microcatheters receive CE Mark certification

Occlusion microcatheters receive CE Mark certification
Embolx has announced CE Certifications for its next-generation family of Sniper® Balloon Occlusion Microcatheters for the treatment of cancerous tumours, enlarged prostate and uterine fibroids. The novel system of microcatheters, which deliver pressure-directed arterial embolisation therapy, is now commercially available in both the United States and Europe. Sniper microcatheters increase therapeutic agent delivery to target areas, while protecting surrounding healthy tissues, by controlling pressure to alter blood flow.
7th September 2018

AR tools to help health care workers save lives

AR tools to help health care workers save lives
Purdue University researchers have developed an approach that allows experienced surgeons and physicians around the world to help less-experienced doctors in war zones, natural disasters and in rural areas perform complicated procedures. “The most critical challenge is to provide surgical expertise into the battlefield when it is most required,” said Juan Wachs, Purdue’s James A. and Sharon M. Tompkins Rising Star Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering, who led the project team.
7th September 2018


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