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  • March 28, 2019:

    Eko, a company that makes advanced and innovative stethoscopes is releasing DUO combination stethoscope/ECG device. The Eko DUO works along with a paired smartphone or tablet, allowing a physician to simultaneously record heart sounds and ECG (single lead) tracings to help diagnose heart failure and detect atrial fibrillation. All the data the device captures can be shared with other physicians and can be automatically uploaded to a patient’s electronic medical record, thanks to HIPAA-compliant encryption.

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  • March 27, 2019:

    Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and the Keck Graduate Institute of The Claremont Colleges have developed a hand-held device that can detect genetic mutations, such as those causing genetic diseases or affecting how people respond to certain drugs, in just minutes. The device employs a combination of CRISPR and graphene transistors to diagnose genetic conditions and predicting drug responses easier and more accessible, potentially leading to point-of-care DNA analysis

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  • March 25, 2019:

    Nyxoah Brussels, Belgium, obtained European regulatory approval for its Genio device which includes a tiny implant that is surgically inserted, in about 15 minutes into the back of the tongue. It electrically stimulates the tongue to get it out of the way during each breathing cycle. The only thing left to wear is a battery patch stuck on the chin over the implant site, which sends radiofrequency signals that actually activate the implant.

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  • March 18, 2019:

    Previously, monitoring how blood is flowing through the surgically treated vessels and whether or not, there may be an occlusion or compromise required a nurse or a trained sonographer to use Doppler ultrasound. Sonavex, based in Baltimore, won FDA clearance for its EchoSure system that combines 3D ultrasound with deep learning algorithms that can nearly completely automate the process of blood flow monitoring. The system provides both visual and quantitative outputs for quick and intuitive understanding of the situation.

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  • March 15, 2019:

    Ossio has developed the OSSIOfiber Intelligent Bone Regeneration Technology and received FDA clearance in January 2019. OSSIOfiber provides a biocompatible framework for bone regeneration after traumatic fractures or orthopedic surgery. The platform is a bioabsorbable polymer resin (PLDLA) combined with natural mineral fibers, constructed in a sturdy matrix to maximize biomechanical properties. Unlike traditional metal screws, the OSSIOfiber technology promotes natural bone growth but is reabsorbed over time, leaving no permanent implant, and preventing the need for subsequent, hardware removal surgery.

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  • March 12, 2019:

    Scientists at Columbia University have developed an amazing new microscope for viewing neurons called high-speed volumetric swept confocally aligned planar excitation (SCAPE). It allows scientists to see individual neural cells as they move and bend along with the body, as well as the calcium activity taking place inside of the cells. The videos the Columbia team created are simply incredible, particularly if you consider how small fruit flies are and that the imaging was done in 3D.

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