Posts filed under: Medical Imaging

Artificial intelligence models are becoming more widely adopted for medical purposes. One major area of growth and potential is their use in analyzing MRI scans. Machine learning models have the potential to surpass human detection rates and become more accurate...
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A multi-institutional group of researchers, including some at the Langevin Institute in France, has developed a new optical instrument to view the cornea, using a technique based on optical coherence tomography (OCT). However, this new device matches the curvature of...
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MRI is commonly used to identify tumors. New research at UC Davis has developed a double-contrast MRI technique to detect small tumors. This technique makes use of magnetic resonance tuning – a phenomenon wherein two nanoscale magnetic elements interact. One...
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Olympus has launched its most advanced endoscopy system to date, titled EVIS X1. This system builds upon previous technology by increasing intuitive control, and including several new features. Firstly, the EVIS X1 contains extended depth of field ability. This provides...
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Augmedics, a company based out of Chicago, gained FDA approval for the sale of its XVision Spine System in the U.S. in December 2019. Now, this technology has been used for its first spine surgery in the U.S. Using the...
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Bardy Diagnostics‘ 14-day Carnation Ambulatory Monitor (CAM) patches have previously been used in U.S. hospital settings, but they have now been granted a CE mark for these products. The patches allow for a longer period of monitoring than previous products,...
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The FDA has recently granted clearance for the portable AiRTouch X-ray device developed by Aspenstate to be used for humans. This small, handheld device joins the array of telehealth products being developed recently. This device is paired with a touchscreen...
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The FDA has recently granted 510(k) clearance to Philips for a range of its devices to be used to manage COVID-19 patients in the U.S. The approved products include the Affiniti series, EPIQ series, Lumify, CX50, and Sparq system. These...
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Zebra Medical Vision, based in Israel, has recently been granted FDA 510(k) approval for its artificial intelligence product that detects vertebral compression fractures. There currently exists a major problem with under-detection and under-reporting of vertebral compression fractures. Zebra Medical Vision...
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The FDA has announced approval and authorization of Caption Health‘s AI software, Caption Guidance, to analyze and assist with cardiac ultrasounds (echocardiography). Heart disease kills approximately one out of every four Americans each year according to the Center for Disease...
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