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A New Ultrafast Camera With Multiple Applications

Researchers are developing a new ultrahigh-speed single-pixel camera. This new device, called single-pixel imaging accelerated via swept aggregate patterns (SPI-ASAP) is capable of streaming video at …

New Sensor Uses MRI to Detect Light Deep in the Brain

Using a specialized MRI sensor, engineers have shown that they can detect light deep within tissues such as the …

Analysis of MRI Contrast Agents

Simulations reveal details about the magnetic interactions between gadolinium contrast agents used in MRI scans and their …

Detecting Alzheimer’s Disease from Blood Samples

Researchers have developed a method to detect build-up of amyloid beta in the brain, a characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease, from biomarkers in blood …

Generative Design Offers Solution to Patient-Specific Knee Implants

An advanced design technique, used to develop components for aerospace and automotive industries, has been harnessed in the production of bespoke medical …

Human Cocaine and Heroin Addiction Is Found Tied to Impairments in Specific Brain Circuit Initially Implicated in Animals

Results of a new study suggest the prefrontal cortex-habenula circuit is potentially amenable for targeted interventions and …

Radiotracer That Detects an Important Contributor to Neurological Diseases Tested for the First Time in Humans

Researchers have developed an imaging agent for demyelination and evaluated its use in healthy human …

The Super-Fast MRI Scan That Could Revolutionize Heart Failure Diagnosis

Researchers have developed cutting-edge technology to diagnose patients with heart failure in record time. The state-of-the-art technology uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to create detailed 4D …

AI Helps Detect Pancreatic Cancer

An artificial intelligence (AI) tool is highly effective at detecting pancreatic cancer on CT, according to a new …

Review Suggests ‘Parent-Centred’ Approach to Medical Imaging Can Enhance Emotional Connection to the Unborn Baby During Pregnancy

A systematic review of twenty-three studies suggests that, during pregnancy, expectant parents’ feelings towards their unborn baby (fetus) can be positively enhanced by sonographers (specialist …

Researchers Visualize Alpha-Synuclein Pathology in Living Patients With a Neurodegenerative Disorder

Multiple system atrophy (MSA) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the aggregation of alpha-synuclein in the brain. Now, scientists have developed a radioligand that facilitates the …

Breast MRI Illuminates Risk of Second Breast Cancer

Breast tissue features apparent on MRI are linked with future second breast cancer risk in women with a personal history of breast cancer, according to a new …

Smartphone Video Motion Analysis Detected Narrowed Neck Arteries That May Lead to Stroke

In a small study, motion analysis of video recorded on a smartphone accurately identified narrowed neck arteries in adults, which are a risk factor for stroke. The smartphone video motion analysis …

PET Scan Visualization Can Measure Effects of STING-Activating Drugs

A new study suggests that readily available PET scanning could enable a whole-body analysis of the effects of systemic STING-activating therapy in humans, potentially providing a diagnostic tool to …

Engineers Develop Stickers That Can See Inside the Body

Engineers designed an adhesive patch that produces ultrasound images of the body. The stamp-sized device sticks to skin and can provide continuous ultrasound imaging of internal organs for 48 …

Combing Through Brain Imaging Data to Discover Novel Patterns Linked to Mental Health Conditions

New research may lead to early diagnosis of conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism — in time to help prevent and more easily treat these …

Researchers Develop New Agent to Help Root out Hypertension-Causing Tumor

Researchers have developed a noninvasive method to identify a potential cause of hypertension with a drastic reduction in radiation exposure, a new study shows. The fluorine-based reagent detects …

Discovery Could Inspire New Way to Detect Brain Abnormalities

Scientists have taken a promising step towards a new generation of accurate, affordable and portable devices to detect concussion, epilepsy and …

Optical Fiber Imaging Method Advances Studies of Alzheimer’s Disease

An optical fiber as thin as a strand of hair holds promise for use in minimally invasive deep-tissue studies of patients’ brains that show the effects Alzheimer’s disease and other brain …

High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) Can Control Prostate Cancer With Fewer Side Effects

High-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) can help some men with prostate cancer avoid surgery or …

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Source link Medical devices are advancing rapidly, with technological advancements creating opportunities for healthcare professionals to provide their patients with efficient and effective care. ScienceDaily is reporting on the latest news in medical device technology and its application to healthcare.

Medical devices are finding new applications in a wide variety of healthcare settings. From monitoring vital signs in the hospital to providing feedback on at-home care, technology is helping to empower medical professionals to provide safe, efficient, and effective care.

One rapidly advancing field of medical device technology is hearing aid technology. Cutting-edge hearing aids are now able to tap into existing networks such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, allowing individuals to access their audio at home, in the car, and on the go. This technology increases the quality of life for those with hearing loss, allowing them to stay connected to the world around them.

In the operating room, medical device technology is taking on new roles as well. Biometric devices such as smart gloves and goggles have been developed to monitor the vital signs of a patient during surgery. By monitoring the body temperature, heart rate, and oxygen saturation level, these devices ensure a safe and successful operation.

Other new medical devices have been developed to assist physicians in diagnosing and treating diseases. Devices such as bacteria-tracking sensors offer real-time feedback about infections in the body, allowing for more precise diagnosis and treatment. Wearable sensors have also been developed to collect data about the body and make it available to physicians in order to improve patient outcomes.

Medical device technology is an essential piece of modern healthcare, allowing for efficient and effective treatment of illnesses and injuries. ScienceDaily is committed to reporting the latest developments in this field, ensuring that medical professionals stay up to date on the advances in technology that are revolutionizing the industry.

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