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2018
10 Feb

Histogenics

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Histogenics CTO Stephen Kennedy on August 17, 2017. Histogenics is a regenerative medicine company focused on developing solutions for the musculoskeletal system.
6 Feb

BellaSeno

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed BellaSeno co-founder and CTO Dr Mohit Chhaya on 19 January 2018. BellaSeno is a preclinical company using 3D printing to create scaffolds for breast reconstruction.
26 Jan

Platoscience Neurostimulation

Platoscience Neurostimulation, based out of Copenhagen, unveiled several headsets designed to help users create or concentrate on a given task at CES 2018.
26 Jan

Reliefband

The Reliefband is a non-invasive, drug free device work on the wrist that provides gentle neuromodulation to the medial nerve.
26 Jan

Bluetens

There were several exhibitors in the Sands Expo, CES 2018, offering TENS, EMS, and massage devices for the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain. While many of these devices appear to be roughly the same, the Bluetens set of device stood out.
26 Jan

Neofect

At CES 2018 Neofect presented on their smart exoskeleton , the Rapael Smart Glove, for use in a home rehabilitation program for patients recovering from strokes.
25 Jan

QD Laser

QD Laser is a laser manufacturer founded in 2006, with extensive experience in laser and optics.
25 Jan

Life Science Technology

Life Science Technology was founded in 2007 and is working on biosignal sensing devices and monitoring systems, including web and app service platforms and big data analytics.
25 Jan

BoneTag

BoneTag is a UHF RFID-based device that can be placed inside knee prostheses.
23 Jan

Nomadeec

Exelus have partnered with Holoforge to develop Nomadeec, a mobile telemedicine solution which offers medical professionals real-time information in a hands-free manner using the Microsoft HoloLens. Nomadeec has been deployed in France for 2 years.
23 Jan

Tytocare

TytoCare, a subsidiary of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. have developed a handheld device to perform a variety of examinations for remote diagnosis. The solution serves patients, health organizations and physicians/doctors/nurses.
23 Jan

Owlet

Founded in 2013, Owlet offers wearable health monitors for babies in the form of a sock which monitors oxygen levels and heart rate using miniaturized pulse oximeters.
23 Jan

Omron

Omron Healthcare is a division of Omron, a Japanese electronics company. Omron Healthcare are a leading provider of medical equipment for both professional and consumer use.
23 Jan

iHealth Labs

Founded in 2010, iHealth Labs designs and manufactures mobile personal healthcare products that connect to the cloud for consumers to measure, track and share a range of health vitals e.g. blood pressure, weight and blood glucose.
22 Jan

Biodegradable sensor monitors pressure in the body then disappears

Engineers have created a biodegradable pressure sensor that could help doctors monitor chronic lung disease, swelling of the brain, and other medical conditions before dissolving harmlessly in a patient's body.
20 Jan

ATERA

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed ATERA CEO & Founder Dr Bart De Wever on August 7, 2017. ATERA is a tissue engineering company providing 3D tissue models and toxicology testing services.
16 Jan

Novarum DX

Technology Analyst Dr Laura Baers spoke with Dr Niall McLaren, Business Development Manager at Novarum DX, about their mobile reader solution for turning smartphones into diagnostic tools and the increasing importance of connectivity in the diagnostics market.
9 Jan

Prellis Biologics

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Prellis Biologics' CSO Dr Noelle Mullin on November 13, 2017. Prellis is developing a laser-based 3D bioprinting system.
8 Jan

Tissue engineering - growing cells in three dimensions for the advance

Tissue engineering, broadly described as the combination of cells, engineering methods and biochemical factors to create living biological tissue, is a fast-growing field that has the potential to significantly accelerate the advancement of medicine.
2017
22 Dec

Needle-free drug injector gets commercialization deal

MIT spinout Portal Instruments has now landed a commercialization deal for a smart, needle-free injection device that could reduce the pain and anxiety associated with needle injections, shorten administration time, and improve patient adherence.
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