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Image: A clinical trial is evaluating the breakthrough bioelectronic device for inflammatory bowel disease (Photo courtesy of Boomerang Medical)

Neurostimulator Implant Uses Bioelectronic Technology to Treat Inflammatory Bowel Disease

A clinical trial is assessing the potential of sacral nerve stimulation in treating Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis using a small implantable device that could reduce inflammation and improve IBD symptoms. More...
28 Dec 2023
Image: The tip of the probe is about 0.2 millimeters wide and 0.05 millimeters thick (Photo courtesy of UMass Amherst)

First High-Precision Dual-Color Optoelectronic Brain Probe to Help Identify Origin of Brain Diseases

Scientists have made a groundbreaking advancement by creating the first dual-color optoelectronic neural probe that can control brain activity in both directions – excitation and inhibition. More...
27 Dec 2023
Image: The NextAR AR-assisted navigation system may be feasible and safe in clinical use (Photo courtesy of Medacta International)

AR-Assisted Pedicle Screw Navigation System Found Reliable and Safe in Spine Surgery

A new clinical study has confirmed that a novel navigation system incorporating AR offers a dependable and safe method for 3D imaging-based pedicle screw placement. More...
26 Dec 2023
Image: The dopamine measurement device can precisely analyze dopamine concentration in real time while minimizing brain damage (Photo courtesy of DGIST)

Flexible Brain-Implantable Probe Accurately Measures Dopamine in Real-Time

Researchers have created an innovative device to measure dopamine concentrations accurately and in real-time while minimizing brain damage. More...
25 Dec 2023
Image: Implanted electrode arrays in the brain can measure electric potential energy normally sent through the nervous system (Photo courtesy of 123RF)

Electrode Arrays with Shape-Changing Capabilities to Extend Life of Implantable Brain Devices

Researchers are building new kinds of electrode arrays using liquid crystalline materials with shape-changing capabilities that could prolong their life as well as offer a less invasive implantation method. More...
22 Dec 2023
Image: LM-NBI detected diminutive lesion (Photo courtesy of Gastroenterology & Endoscopy)

Narrow-Band Imaging Detects Lesions Overlooked by White-Light Imaging during Endoscopic Examinations

New research suggests that employing magnifying narrow-band imaging at low magnification (LM-NBI) following routine white-light imaging (WLI) could improve the detection rate of lesions that WLI might miss during endoscopy. More...
22 Dec 2023
Image: The NuLoupes glasses is expected to revolutionize surgical visualization and disrupt the traditional analog market (Photo courtesy of NuEyes)

Groundbreaking AR Loupes Set New Standard in Surgical Visualization

A digital AR smart glasses headset has been developed specifically for surgeons requiring magnification and digital or AR overlays in fields like spinal, neuro, orthopedic, ENT, vascular, and plastic surgery. More...
21 Dec 2023
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