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Philips unveils new ultrasound system at ESC Congress 2014

Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) today announced the launch of Affiniti, a new ultrasound system designed to enable global hospitals and health systems to overcome the demands of increasing patient volumes and cost pressures. Making its debut at the European Society… Read more →

New technology holds potential to identify cardiac disease using video monitoring

To the careful observer, a person’s face has long provided insight into what is going on beneath the surface. Now, with the assistance of a web camera and software algorithms, the face can also reveal whether or not an individual… Read more →


Pediatric surgical robot inspired by ISS remote manipulator arm

The technology that built (and continues to maintain) the International Space Station can now be used to help heal sick children. KidsArm, a robotic arm designed for delicate pediatric surgery, was built by the same companies that are behind the… Read more →

Use of VISIUS iMRI in brain tumor surgery results in complete tumor removal

IMRIS Inc. (NASDAQ: IMRS; TSX: IM) (“IMRIS” or the “Company”) today announced that a recently published article in the journal Neurosurgery is the highest level clinical evidence to show that the use of VISIUS® intraoperative MRI (iMRI) in brain tumor… Read more →

ESAOTE launches MyLab™Gamma at European Society of Cardiology 2014

Esaote,one of the world’s leading manufacturers of medical diagnostic systems, is launching MyLab™Gamma, a best in class, highly-portable “green” ultrasound system at ESC Congress (European Society of Cardiology, Barcelona, 30th August – 3rd September). Based on Esaote’s productivity-oriented operating platform,… Read more →

3D rendering of a wasp, acquired with Edge Illumination phase contrast imaging.

Developments in 3D x-ray imaging: enhancing detail visibility while reducing the dose

Researchers at UCL Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering and the University of Western Australia have developed a novel method to obtain highly detailed 3D x-ray images with low doses of radiation. The results, published in the July edition of Medical… Read more »

Live cell imaging solution launched by QImaging

QImaging™ today launched a new, all-in-one camera package that supports demanding live cell fluorescence imaging requirements. The Live Cell Imaging Package provides researchers with the sensitivity of EMCCD and the versatility of sCMOS camera technologies by combining QImaging’s Rolera™ Thunder… Read more →

NeuroVigil’s iBrain Technology to Help Research Psychiatric Drugs, Assist in Understanding Neurological Disease

NeuroVigil, the company that developed iBrain, the world’s first portable brain scanner, has now partnered with a large pharmaceutical company which plans to deploy the iBrain technology in its pharmaceutical research. The iBrain allows for accurate recordings of single-channel EEG over… Read more →

Researchers develop new technique to map pulse pressure and elasticity of arteries in the brain

Researchers at the Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a new technique that can noninvasively image the pulse pressure and elasticity of the arteries of the brain, revealing correlations between arterial health and aging.

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Toshiba’s Superb Micro-Vascular Imaging (SMI) Gets FDA Nod (VIDEO)

Toshiba has announced that the FDA cleared its Superb Micro-Vascular Imaging (SMI) technology to be used with the company’s Aplio 500 ultrasound system. SMI technology allows for imaging of low velocity blood microvasculature using only ultrasound. Previously physicians were limited… Read more →

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