Tonometry-derived features showed superior performance compared to other feature groups and baselines, while younger and normotensive subjects had the most consistent readings across all feature groups.
MilliporeSigma received a $136.7 million contract award from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), on behalf of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), to support the new facility. It will be the company’s first U.S.-based facility capable of producing diagnostic-grade membrane.
Is technology replacing the human element in hospitals and clinics, or enhancing it? In this AAMI Research Review, a pair of newly published studies exemplify how accounting for the humans that use a technology can enhance its effectiveness… and vice versa.
The research team used focused rotary jet spinning to create polymeric materials that were then seeded with cardiomyocytes to create a biohybrid model of human ventricles with helically aligned beating cardiac cells.
AI can support device innovation and surgical training, but it requires data and collaboration.
Inaccurate data entry, discomfort and privacy concerns are among the issues that developers and designers must address to realize the promise of medical wearables.
The upcoming revision to ISO 10993-17 proposes the use of release kinetics data to support toxicological risk assessments. Manufacturers should expect that this data will be needed to help mitigate the risks identified in exhaustive extraction studies.
Innovative Publishing names new face for MedTech Intelligence
“Addressing unmet needs across pediatric populations is critical to advancing children’s health, and we are delighted to once again work with pioneering companies that seek to bridge this care gap.”
Both legacy players and startups have an important role to play when it comes to medical innovation—they need to work together to meet the increasing demand for minimally invasive treatments, value-based care and innovative, not incremental therapies. This is a mutually beneficial relationship that is key to medical technology development.