Sleep diagnostic line sold to Embla for undisclosed figure.
The potential discovery that one tiny region of the brain can induce an anesthesia-like state might pave the way for better knock out, pain relief drugs.
Potentially life-saving antiplatelet drug-monitoring system VerifyNow now available in 25 countries.
New processing system designed for interventional cardiovascular procedures set to sharpen image quality, reduce lag and improve navigation, according to the company.
Doctors identify just six risk factors for brain damage after head trauma in children; could reduce number of kids exposed to cancer-causing CT radiation.
Study finds one in ten articles in respected publications fail to disclose real authors.
Imaging might help catch diabetes in its earliest stages, according to study.
Though wrongly labeled as compatible, the SC catheters can cause dangerous leakages if connected to the IsoMed Pump. In other news: ConMed Linvatec Power Pro and some Lifepak CR Defibrillators recalled.
Cutting-edge treatment could help crush the malignant brain cancer believed to have killed Senator Ted Kennedy last month.
Having a busy ER, dealing with patients on Medicaid, could make a hospital seem riskier than it is, according to a recent study.
Electrical device on tongue helps blinded combat vets "see."
IMEC's wireless sleep monitoring device can be used from the comfort of your own bed.
DBS implant that sends electrical pulses to brain to treat Parkinson's is world's smallest, longest-lived, according to company.
SNM survey of nuclear pharmacies finds patient rescheduling, delayed tests.
Radioimmunotherapy, a technique typically used to fight cancer, shows promise in beating hard-to-treat infections.
A 5-nanometer-thick beam shatters physical limits while ushering in "era of light," according to researchers.
Optical headphones allow doctors to talk during interventional MRI procedures.
NeuroLogica's latest brain scanner goes HD, gets FDA clearance.
FDA hopes more companies will take advantage of independent inspections.
Neurosurgeons use a virtual-reality simulator to help plan tricky operations.
Skin cancer-fighting technology "democratizes radiation therapy" according to company.
Edwards Lifesciences' transcatheter valve offers hope to heart patients too sick for surgery.
A device using microfluidics points to miniaturized future for diagnostics.
Honorees met ASGE's quality assurance guidelines.
The UNIQUE platform will offer low-energy radiation therapy at a low price point.
New approach in less invasive surgery, according to Yale surgeon.
"Bullet Cage" that could lead to faster, less invasive spine fusion surgeries receives FDA approval.
A coating made from the active ingredient in sunscreen traps, kills bacteria when activated by any light source, according to its manufacturer.
Surgeons in Paraguay try out TransEnterix's single-incision SPIDER System; take laparoscopic surgery to the next step.
Fiscal 2010 fee hike affects medical equipment makers, sterilizers and some re-processors.
Blind tadpoles can now see with new "eyes," according to a new study, raising hopes for those blinded by eye disease.
Only 1.2 millimeters in diameter, about the size of the ball at the tip of a ballpoint pen, the latest camera from Medigus, Ltd., an Israeli medical firm, is the smallest in the world.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) - which causes cervical cancer in women - might be linked to cancer of the penis in men, according to a paper in the Journal of Clinical Pathology released on Tuesday.