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Image: Researchers have made significant advances in ingestible microbiome sampling pill technology (Photo courtesy of Tufts University)

Ingestible Microbiome Sampling Pill to Help Diagnose Wide Range of Health Conditions

Researchers have developed a small device, roughly the size of a vitamin pill that can be swallowed and passed through the gastrointestinal tract to sample the full inventory of microorganisms present there. More...
14 Jun 2024
Image: Association between long-term sudden cardiac death and heart rate variability, measured in different stages of exercise testing (Photo courtesy of Hernesniemi JA, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol EP. 2024;10.1016/j.jacep.2024.04.018)

Breakthrough Computational Method Predicts Sudden Cardiac Death

A new computational approach has been developed that can estimate the risk of sudden cardiac death based on a one-minute heart rate measurement taken at rest. More...
14 Jun 2024
Image: An ingestible smart sensor could detect cancers (Photo courtesy of The Khan lab)

GPS-Like Smart Pills with AI Provide Real-Time 3D Monitoring Of Gastrointestinal Health

Recent advancements in wearable electronics and AI have led to the creation of ingestible sensors that not only detect stomach gases but also track their location in real time. More...
13 Jun 2024
Image: An image of skin-inspired sensory robot (Photo courtesy of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Soft Robots with Electronic Skins and Artificial Muscles to Provide Medical Treatment

Researchers have developed advanced soft robots that are equipped with electronic skins and artificial muscles, enabling them to detect their environment and modify their actions in real time. More...
12 Jun 2024
Image: The bioengineering breakthrough helps repair damaged bones without causing negative side effects (Photo courtesy of Dhawan, et al.; https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202310789)

Bioengineering Breakthrough to Improve Bone Regeneration Treatments

Researchers have discovered a novel approach to utilize growth factors for bone repair without the adverse effects associated with previous methods, promising improved outcomes for patients. More...
12 Jun 2024
Image: The AI camera could help doctors identify serious infections (Photo courtesy of Lisa Thanner/University of Gothenburg)

AI Camera Technology Helps Doctors Quickly Assess Severity of Infections

A new technology that can measure a patient’s pulse, breathing, and blood pressure simply by scanning their face could provide a tool for quickly assessing the severity of acute infection and other medical conditions. More...
11 Jun 2024
Image: Personalized oxygenation could improve outcomes for patients on ventilators (Photo courtesy of 123RF)

Machine Learning Delivers Personalized Oxygenation for Patients on Ventilators

To remove the guesswork out of ventilation, researchers have employed a machine learning model to explore how different oxygen levels might affect outcomes based on individual patient characteristics. More...
10 Jun 2024
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