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Image: Illuminated LEDs indicate if CPR chest compressions are administered correctly (Photo courtesy of Fraunhofer ISC).

Electronic Resuscitation Mat Simplifies Cardiac Massage

An advanced resuscitation mat is designed to help inexperienced first responders reanimate victims of circulatory arrest. More...
13 Aug 2019
Image: A new urine flow monitor protects against kidney injury (Photo courtesy of RenalSense).

Critical Care System Helps Monitor Urine Flow

A novel diagnostics system provides real-time monitoring of urine flow in critical care and peri-operative settings. More...
12 Aug 2019
Image: A bacteria-killing gel composed of friendly phages can heal itself when cut (Photo courtesy of JD Howell / McMaster University).

Structured Anti-Bacterial Phage Hydrogel Heals Itself

A new study describes how an anti-bacterial gel with self-organizing bundles of phage nanofilaments can be readily modified to target specific cells, including tumors. More...
06 Aug 2019
Image: A noninvasive hydration sensor based on the same technology as MRI can fit in a doctor’s office (Photo courtesy of Lina Colucci/ MIT).

Hydration Sensor Could Improve Kidney Dialysis

A portable sensor can be used to accurately measure hydration levels using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxometry, claims a new study. More...
06 Aug 2019
Image: Klebsiella pneumoniae is spreading through hospitals in Europe (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock).

European Hospitals Instrumental in Spread of Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Antibiotic-resistant strains of Klebsiella pneumoniae are spreading through hospitals in Europe, claims a new study. More...
05 Aug 2019
Image: A new study claims iron levels can influence VTE and infection risk (Photo courtesy of 123rf).

Higher Iron Levels Increase Thromboembolism Risk

A new study reveals that although naturally higher blood serum iron levels reduce atherosclerosis, they also increase the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE), stroke, and bacterial skin infection. More...
31 Jul 2019
Image: New research shows both systolic and diastolic BP affect cardiovascular events (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

Both Systolic and Diastolic BP Predict Cardiovascular Outcomes

A new study reveals that both systolic and diastolic blood pressure (BP) independently influence the risk of adverse cardiovascular events, regardless of the definition of hypertension. More...
30 Jul 2019
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