Omnica Corporation is committed to its ongoing Research and Development programs for the healthcare industry. These include the development of systems for hospitals and testing laboratories to detect pathogens causing infectious diseases. In an effort to comply as completely as possible to the California Governor’s Stay at Home order, Omnica is continuing to implement processes… Continue Reading »
April was a pretty dead month for anything not related to Covid-19. I personally would like to start seeing the risk of getting and dying of Covid -19 compared to the other risks we take in our daily lives. Driving, playing sports etc. I would venture to guess that we do riskier things every day…. Continue Reading »
A team at Rice University has developed a novel neural device that could be used on patients with epilepsy or Parkinson’s disease.
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Abbott announced that it received the European CE Mark for its TriClip Transcatheter Tricuspid Valve Repair System, a minimally-invasive device for…
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A sensor that can “see” and “feel” airborne viruses could help contain the spread of epidemics, say Swiss scientists who have developed a …
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FDA posted three drug GMP warning letters this week to pharmaceutical firms, one to a compounding pharmacy, one to a GLP site, and two to device manufacturers.
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There are many different types of medical devices such as infusion pumps, CT machines, scanners,… The post Unmanaged Medical Devices are Critically Vulnerable to Cyberattacks appeared first on Gurucul.
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A DNA testing kit that uses the heat of a smartphone could diagnose COVID-19 in under two hours. It identifies changes in DNA that signal disease in real time from samples of blood, urine or saliva.
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Portland, OR-based VisCardia is developing VisOne, an implantable system that delivers synchronized diaphragmatic stimulation (SDS) therapy for improving cardiac function.
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An inexpensive and sensitive smartphone-based testing device for viral and bacterial pathogens could reduce the pressure on testing laboratories.
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