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Image: The catheter is equipped with a microchip (Photo courtesy of Autonomix Medical)

Breakthrough Technology Combines Detection and Treatment of Nerve-Related Disorders in Single Procedure

A first-in-class technology platform comprising a catheter-based microchip sensing array can detect and differentiate neural signals as well as perform nerve ablations, killing the nerves that are misfiring to relieve pain. More...
18 Apr 2024
Image: Computational models can predict future structural integrity of a child’s heart valves (Photo courtesy of 123RF)

Computational Models Predict Heart Valve Leakage in Children

A computational model could predict future problematic areas of the heart valves, enabling preemptive corrective actions to prevent subsequent leakage. More...
17 Apr 2024
Image: The endoscopic device can 3D image the stiffness of individual biological cells and complex organisms (Photo courtesy of University of Nottingham)

World’s First Microscopic Probe to Revolutionize Early Cancer Diagnosis

A groundbreaking endoscopic device capable of 3D imaging the stiffness of individual biological cells and complex organisms has the potential to revolutionize early cancer detection and treatment. More...
16 Apr 2024
Image: Coronary CTO re-entry with an image-guided reentry catheter having real time augmented graphical overlay (Photo courtesy of JACC Journals)

Breakthrough Device Enables Clear and Real-Time Visual Guidance for Effective Cardiovascular Interventions

A breakthrough device provides surgeons with enhanced visualization and navigation for improving the success rate of coronary chronic total occlusion crossings, procedures, and overall patient outcomes. More...
16 Apr 2024
Image: The first-ever miniaturized brain stimulator has been shown to work in a human patient (Photo courtesy of Rice University)

World’s Smallest Implantable Brain Stimulator Demonstrated in Human Patient

Engineers have developed what is considered the smallest implantable brain stimulator used in a human to date. More...
15 Apr 2024
Image: Robotically assisted lung transplants are on the horizon (Photo courtesy of 123RF)

Robotically Assisted Lung Transplants Could Soon Become a Reality

Lung transplant recipients still continue to undergo invasive surgical procedures, although advancements in robotic technology are now being extended into the field of lung transplants. More...
12 Apr 2024
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Study Confirms Safety of DCB-Only Strategy for Treating De Novo Left Main Coronary Artery Disease

A new study has emphasized the benefits of the drug-coated balloon (DCB)-only strategy for the treatment of de novo left main coronary artery disease, especially in high-bleeding risk patients. More...
12 Apr 2024
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