Plymouth-based medical device maker Urotronic is ramping up clinical research on its Optilume drug-coated balloon to treat men with narrowed urethras, accelerating the data-gathering process for its novel device.
To diagnose cancer, doctors use a bunch of complex examinations like an MRI, a CT scan, a biopsy or a lengthy blood test. Because of the sophisticated machines and equipment needed for these techniques and procedures, they are only conducted in the hospital setting. One startup is about to change this with its portable cancer-detecting device.
Ddu, the leading global pharmaceutical & medical device B2B online platform, is currently attending global exhibitions, leaving its footprints at multiple word-class medical trade shows in South Korea, India, Chongqing (China), Turkey and the United States.
The FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health plans to expand its digital health pre-certification pilot program by the end of 2018, the center's associate director for digital health Bakul Patel said March 22, according to Regulatory Focus.
Researchers have developed what they have dubbed a ‘brain stethoscope’, a device capable of turning EEG brain wave data into sound. The device is able to detect epileptic seizures that do not result in convulsions.
In collaboration with Google, Facebook, Yahoo and LinkedIn, Ddu recently launched their priority products rally to help users on the platform capture business opportunities, hosting an online medical device product fair to get mass exposure for users' quality products.
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