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Biotech: Healing One Cell at a Time
Research into tissue and organ engineering using inkjet printers and 3D scaffolds has an undeniable sci-fi quality to...
Wireless sensor watches blood sugar for diabetics
Researchers have developed an implantable device that measures blood sugar continuously and transmits the information...
Tiny eye telescope brings back a world of sight
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new treatment that could help millions of older adults who are nearly...
Mirador Biomedical seeks to prevent hospital errors with simple digital sensor
Seattle-based Mirador Biomedical company has developed a low-cost pressure sensor designed to be incorporated into a...
Rochester General implements silent call system
Rochester (NY) General Hospital has installed a silent call-system that combines vibrating pagers, communication...
Magazine: Find Your Assets
A growing number of hospitals are testing the waters of patient- and equipment-tracking technology.
Monkeys control robots with their minds
Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh have trained a group of monkeys to feed themselves marshmallows using a...
Robot makes spinal medicine more precise
A robot in a lab at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is making spinal medicine more precise. The robot...
New Ohio hospital maximizes wireless processes
OhioHealth Inc.’s new Dublin Methodist Hospital features an abundance of state-of-the-art medical equipment. The...
Surgeons navigating lungs with 3-D maps
Surgeons at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are using electromagnetic seeds to make landmarks in lungs to help...