Monthly Archives: March 2013

RTI International’s 3D heart catheter receives innovation award

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures An RTI International-developed prototype catheter that can generate live, streaming 3D ultrasound images from inside the heart received a Cardiovascular Innovation Award at the 2013 Cardiovascular Research Technologies Annual Symposium. See on http://www.rdmag.com

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Tiny implant conducts blood tests

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures A tiny implant that conducts blood tests under the skin could greatly improve the tracking and treatment of cancer and other diseases, researchers claim. See on news.uk.msn.com

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Making Sense of Sensors: How New Technologies Can Change Patient Care – CHCF.org

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures Biometric sensors have the potential to change the way patient health is tracked and monitored outside the hospital. Learn more about the evolution of this technology. See on http://www.chcf.org

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Making Health Care Safer: Stop Infections from Lethal CRE Germs

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures Making Health Care Safer: Stop Infections from Lethal CRE Germs Now See on http://www.cdc.gov

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How different medical scans expose you to different radiation levels

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Technology to detect Alzheimer’s takes prize

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Humans Can Keep Livers Alive and Making Bile for 24 Hours Outside of a Body

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures Have you ever wanted to keep a liver alive for more than a few hours outside of a body, without the annoyance of buying ice, and worrying that after a few hours it … Continue reading

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