The CEO and Principal Officer at Profmed explains how the new medical device regulations will significantly change the existing regulatory regime.
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Cardiac Electrophysiologist, Dr Razeen Gopal, has percutaneously inserted the world’s smallest pacemaker into the heart of a 74 year old female patient.
A team of scientists from MIT have created a portable biopharmaceutical device that can create pre-programmed drugs on demand from raw materials.
A team of researchers have developed a cheap alternative to the laparoscope using mobile phone parts, called the Xenoscope.
Global telecom leader, Vodafone, will be connecting robotic exoskeletons aimed at helping stroke victims and spinal cord injury victims increase mobility.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a tool, called SpiroCall, that can accurately measure lung function from any phone in the world.
A new virtual reality device developed by Boston-based neuro-technology company, SyncThink, allows for fast and accurate tests for concussions in athletes.
The Department of Health will roll out a first of its kind early warning system to identify drug stockouts before they happen.
The FDA has published a notice in the Federal Register seeking comments on how mHealth technology might be used more efficiently in clinical trials.
A team of researchers at the US Northeastern University have developed innovative 3D printing technology that aims to revolutionise biomedical equipment.
D-EYE is a portable retinal imaging system recently launched in Southern Africa as an mHealth solution to diagnose sight-threatening conditions.