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A team of researchers has recently discovered that the temperature of exhaled breath can help diagnose lung cancer in its early stages.
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The FDA has cleared the first ever diagnostic for acute kidney injury (AKI) today, Astute Medical announced. A recent study found that hospitalized patients who got AKI had a 30% mortality rate at one year and 60% chance of a heart attack.
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Some European diabetics may soon find they no longer need finger sticks to manage their disease. That's because Abbott's Free Style Libre Flash has received a CE mark.
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The Tourette Syndrome Association of Greater Washington is sponsoring the first DC Area walk to raise community awareness and understanding of Tourette Syndrome will be held in Bluemont Park in Arlington Virginia on October 25, 2014.
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Nanoparticles may be able to count and identify individual viruses
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With new advances, a web camera and software algorithms can now reveal whether or not an individual is experiencing atrial fibrillation, a treatable but potentially dangerous heart condition.
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With the Labor Day weekend approaching, NAMSR would like to remind you of some Safety Tips to help you have a Safe and Happy Labor Day.
C3 Integrated Solutions Recognized with the 2014 Microsoft Mid Atlantic Cloud Partner of the Year Award
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Award marks important milestone for fast growing organization
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Researchers from MIT, Pennsylvania State University, and Carnegie Mellon University have devised a new way to separate cells by exposing them to sound waves as they flow through a tiny channel.
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The U.S. Food and Drug has approved a robotic arm for amputees that is named for the "Star Wars" character Luke Skywalker and can perform multiple, simultaneous movements, a significant advance over the metal hook currently in use.
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AliveCor, Inc. has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the company clearance for its algorithm to detect atrial fibrillation (AFib), the most common form of cardiac arrhythmia.
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Claret Medical secured an $18 million in Series B financing to support development of its cerebral protection system for transcatheter aortic valve replacement.
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Annual Conference will be Held on November 7th in Washington, DC
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The first FDA clearance for the detection of a serious heart condition via a mobile ECG was announced yesterday.
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Further concentrating life science powerhouses around Boston, GE Healthcare Life Sciences will open a new U.S. headquarters in Marlborough, MA. It's expected to house more than 500 employees, including at least 220 new hires.
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Abbott Laboratories and the United States Department of Defense are work together to develop a test that can be utilities to assess potential concussions swiftly in the field.
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Monique Milucky, with Milucky & Associate Keller Williams Realty Tysons-Vienna office, has recently co- listed 1311 19th Street S, Arlington, VA.
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ElMindA Ltd. has announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have cleared the company's BNA Analysis System for the assessment of brain function.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the XVIVO Perfusion System (XPS) with STEEN Solution, a device for preserving donated lungs.
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Second Sight Medical wants to break into new markets and regions with the use of profits gained from its $32 million initial public offering in support of its wearable visual prosthetics.
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A disposal listening device that attaches to the abdomen may help doctors definitively determine which post-operative patients should be fed and which should not, an invention that may improve outcomes, decrease costs and shorten hospital stays.
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Instead of ingesting pain medication which may come with side effects.A new method based on nanotechnology will be able to deliver drug incrementally in the part of the body that needs it, for up to a year.
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The top 30 Medical Device companies in the world for 2014 year are in!
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Lombard Medical (EVAR) receives Japanese regulatory approval for its endovascular stent graft system, moving the company forward in its quest to control a bigger share of the endovascular aneurysm repair market..
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Shirlington Village Location Offers Theme Crafted Specials All Day Long
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Medtronic has launched their new NuVent EM sinus dilation system for the Fusion ENT navigation system, developed and manufactured by the company's ear nose and throat (ENT) division of its surgical technologies business.
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Smiths Medical has received the okay from the FDA and Health Canada to launches its Pneupac paraPAC plus ventilator in the United States and Canada that has been used clinically since 2011 in countries that accept the CE-mark of approval.
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Blood and saliva tests to predict human papillomavirus-related cancers have been developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, MD. However, the scientists warn that more work needs to be done before the test can be used clinically.
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Boston Scientific has launched a superior and more powerful imaging device that could also lessen confusing workflows, reduce procedure times, and ease image interpretation.
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Neurosurgeons at UC San Diego Health System have integrated advanced 3D imaging, computer simulation and next-generation surgical tools to perform a highly complex brain surgery through a small incision to remove deep-seated tumors.
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The agreement is set up for Medtronic to pay $70 million initially, and then another $35 million in milestone payments
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Engineers have found a way to mimic the fly's super-hearing in a tiny device that does not require a bulky battery.
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Covidien has come out with its newest device an Emprint ablation system with Thermosphere technology, a progressive ablation system designed to precisely heat and terminate diseased soft tissue in the liver, lungs and kidney.
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Heart-related side effects of drugs are often only exposed once the drug is used in human trials, at which point it is too late. A developing a breakthrough introduces a new way to safely test a drug's cardiovascular effects.
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Presto Absorbent Products, Inc. joins a long list of medical device & equipment companies who utilize the NAMSR® when they look to add to their medical sales force. Medical Sales positions are available at Presto -Apply Today
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Cardiologists at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute have developed a minimally invasive gene transplant procedure that changes un-specialized heart cells into "biological pacemaker" cells that keep the heart steadily beating.
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Novartis looks to “transform eye care” by teaming with internet giant Googles smart lens technology.
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In pathology, cells and cell nuclei are usually examined using a microscope for bio-marker expressions in tumors.
NAMSR News: St. Jude announces that it will buy NeuroTherm a chronic pain treatment company for $200
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NeuroTherm is best known for treating chronic spinal pain using radiofrequency ablation. The company manufactures radiofrequency generators, electrodes, needles and the disposable Simplicity probe. The reason for the buy may be that St.
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Shirlington Village Location Offers $5 Tequila Cocktail Specials All Day Long
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Being a hot commodity can be a wonderful thing for a medical device company, particularly when talking stock price.
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FDA allows marketing of first wearable, motorized device that helps people with certain spinal cord injuries to walk.
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Breakthrough in gastrointestinal imaging creates real-time results with the development of ‘nanojuice’
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In the largest study to date comparing sutures (stitches) versus surgical staples for closing a C-section, researchers found a 57 percent decrease in wound complications in women who were sutured versus those who received staples.
NAMSR: News- Clinical Trials to become more adaptive making them a better option for Medical Devices
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Experts and the FDA agree that more wisely curated trials could produce better scientific results.
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Safety Tips for the Fourth of July With the Fourth of July Holiday approaching, NAMSR would like to remind you of some Safety Tips to help you have a Safe and Happy Independence Day.
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Sequencing technology holds great promise as a tool for diagnosing disease pathogens and identifying tissue from the DNA they contain.
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Abiomed says it acquired German heart pump maker ECP Entwicklungsgesellschaft in a deal worth up to $30 million, including milestones
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A new mobile app developed by researchers at the Child & Family Research Institute (CFRI) at BC Children's Hospital can measure respiratory rate in children roughly six times faster than the standard manual method.
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For the first time, researchers have examined if knee replacement surgeries are in compliance with criteria authenticating their relevance. They found that nearly one-third of knee replacement surgeries in the U.S.
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