A 3-D printer powered by machine vision and artificial intelligence
Objects made with 3-D printing can be lighter, stronger, and more complex than those produced through traditional manufacturing methods. But several technical challenges must be overcome before 3-D printing transforms the production of most devices.
Treating epilepsy with deep brain stimulation
The Emory Brain Health Center has treated the nation's first patient with deep brain stimulation for medically refractory, or drug-resistant, epilepsy since commercialization of the procedure was approved last year.
Bioelectronic Medicine - A Drug-Free Solution to Chronic Diseases
In 2018, bioelectronic medicine was named by the World Economic Forum as one of ten top technologies to change medical treatment.
Nexeon MedSystems is a bioelectronic medicine company developing medical devices for the treatment of movement disorders.
IDTechEx interviewed Rohan Sonawane, MD, PhD, Clinical Marketing Manager at Medtronic Diabetes.
Nuvectra is a bioelectronic medicine company which has developed a spinal cord stimulator for pain management. IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Dan Froelich, Executive Director at Nuvectra, on 16 Aug 2018.
Avery Biomedical Devices
Avery Biomedical Devices is a medical device company that has been offering the diaphragm pacemaker since 1971. IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Avery Biomedical Devices CSO Dr Dilys Gore on 15 Aug 2018.
Technology for Diabetes Management: Technology, players and markets
IDTechEx Research has recently released a new market report 'Technology for Diabetes Management, 2019-2029: Technology, Players and Forecasts', including details of glucose test strips, continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), insulin pumps, insulin pens, digital health / digital therapeutics, side effect management and diagnosis.
ScottCare Cardiovascular Solution
IDTechEx interviewed Snehraj Merchant, VP of Engineering at ScottCare. They are involved in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, diagnosis and associated data integration and services, including a skin patch product for mobile cardiac telemetry.
Shifting power in diabetes management: products behind the progress
Diabetes is unrivaled amongst modern health issues. The World Health Organisation reports that there are 422 million adults living with diabetes in 2017, and the number is expected to rise to 640 million by 2040.