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Implantable Device Adheres to Muscle, Treats Atrophy

by Conn Hastings
Nov 16, 2022
Scientists at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard have developed a mechanically active gel-elastomer-nitinol tissue...
Tactical Medicine News

Non-Invasive Spinal Modulation for Cerebral Palsy

SpineX, a medtech company based in California, has developed the Spinal Cord Innovation in Pediatrics (SCiP) device, a non-invasive spinal cord neu...
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Implanted Magnets for Prosthetic Control

Engineers at MIT have developed a system that could let users of robotic prostheses to more sensitively control their bionic limbs. The technology ...
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FDA-Approved At-Home Spirometer: Interview with Charvi Shetty, Co-Founder and CEO at Aluna

The COVID-19 pandemic has put lung health firmly in our minds. For those with chronic lung diseases, such as asthma and COPD, an important way to k...
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Motion Sensors to Detect Age-Related Disease

Researchers at the University of Bern in Switzerland have developed a motion tracking system that is intended to assist in detecting age-related di...
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Wearable Pneumatic Assistive Tech with Logic Gate Control

Researchers at Rice University have developed a textile control system, free of any electronics, for pneumatic wearable technology that is designed...
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Pneumatic Assistive Device for People with Disabilities

Researchers at Rice University have developed a pneumatic assistive device for people with disabilities. The technology includes an air pump that i...
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Smart Socks Help Prevent Falls Among At-Risk Patients

Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have tested the PUP (Patient is Up) Smart Socks, developed by a medtech company call...
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Nouhaus Red Dot Award-Winning Massage Chair: Our Review

Many of us can attest to the lumbar pains related to sitting at a desk for endless hours week after week. Even despite using an ergonomic office ch...
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Brain-Computer Interfaces at Home: Interview with Dr. Solzbacher of Blackrock Neurotech

Blackrock Neurotech, a medtech company based in Salt Lake City, has pioneered an array of brain-computer interface technologies. Medgadget last spo...
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Surgical Dressing Helps Kill Melanoma, Regenerate Healthy Cells

Scientists at the University of Nottingham in the UK have created a surgical dressing that is specifically designed to facilitate and enhance photo...
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Smart Textiles Recognize Body Movements

Engineers at MIT have developed smart textiles that can detect and recognize body movements. The garments fit snugly, and contain a network of pres...
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Artificial Muscles are Stronger and More Flexible than Real Muscle

Engineers at the University of California Los Angeles created artificial muscles that are stronger and more flexible than the real thing. The new m...
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Pneumatic Prosthesis to Reduce Pressure and Irritation for Amputees

At the University of Waterloo in Canada, researchers have developed a microfluidic-based pneumatic system that adjusts the pressure within the sock...
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Self-Regulating Footwear for Diabetic Foot Issues

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science created footwear that can self-regulate the pressure distribution when a person walks, helping to av...
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Living Skin Layer for Robots and Prostheses

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a method to coat a robotic finger in a living “skin” layer. The living coating is strong and ...
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Artificial Skin Senses Pressure, Temperature, Humidity

Researchers at Graz University in Austria have created an artificial skin that is more sensitive than your fingertip. The skin contains 2,000 senso...
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Preference-Driven Haptic Feedback for Realistic Virtual Surfaces

A team at the University of Southern California developed a system to create highly realistic and personalized ‘virtual surfaces’ that can inform m...
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Soft Robotic Sleeve for Lymphedema Treatment

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada created a soft robotic sleeve to treat lymphedema. Lymphedema involves fluid accumulation in ti...
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Leg Sleeve for Neurological Mobility Issues: Interview with Jeremiah Robison, Cionic CEO

Cionic, a medtech company based in San Francisco, created the Neural Sleeve, a wearable that is designed to enhance movement for those with mobilit...
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Electronic Eye Enables Color Vision

A team at Georgia State University have developed an “electronic eye” that can provide color vision for microrobots. While the technology should be...
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CollabCare and Hucu.ai Partner to Improve Communication for Older Adults and Families

Digital health solutions have helped to democratize access for underserved individuals and communities. With both increasing maturity and adoption ...
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Printed Fingertip with Enhanced Tactile Sense

Researchers at the University of Bristol in the UK have created a 3D printed fingertip that is designed for use by robots or as a component of robo...
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New System Speeds Up Typing for the Motor Impaired

Researchers at MIT have created a new text selection interface for motor impaired individuals. People with severe physical disabilities can type to...
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Flexible Brain-Computer Interface Array for Better Contact

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have created a brain-computer interface array featuring microneedles affixed to a flexible ba...
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Fingertip Sensor Lets Prostheses Feel Applied Force

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany have created a fingertip sensor that allows a robot, including a robotic...
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Armband Provides Finger-Specific Haptic Feedback for Robotic Hand

Researchers at Florida Atlantic University have created a system for a robotic hand that provides finger-specific haptic feedback for a user, signi...
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Wearable Sensors Track Hand Use in Amputees

Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have developed a system to track hand use in people with a hand prosthesis or patients who have ...
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Thought-to-Text Brain-Computer Interface: Interview with Florian Solzbacher, Chairman of Blackrock Neurotech

Blackrock Neurotech, a medical technology company based in Salt Lake City, created a suite of brain-computer interface systems with the goal of emp...
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Voxel-Based Technique to Streamline Bioprinting

At the University of Virginia researchers developed a new bioprinting technique based on voxels. Voxels are 3D cubes that form basic building block...
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Washable Fabric Measures Electrical Activity of Muscles

Researchers at the University of Utah engineered a wearable fabric that can function as a biosensor, measuring electrical activity of muscles. The ...
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Personalized Exosuit Uses Ultrasound to Adapt to User’s Needs

At Harvard University a team of scientists and engineers developed an exosuit that uses ultrasound to measure muscle activity. The capability allow...
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Synthetic Peptides Jump Around to Repair Spinal Injuries

Researchers at Northwestern University have developed an injectable therapeutic that consists of synthetic peptide sequences intended to regenerate...
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Wireless Blood Pressure and Hemodynamic Monitoring: Interview with Jeff Pompeo, CEO, Caretaker Medical

Caretaker Medical, a company based in Virginia, developed the VitalStream wireless patient monitor, and the company recently announced that the dev...
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Robotic Textiles for Breathing Recovery

Researchers at MIT, alongside collaborators from Uppsala University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, developed a ‘robotic textile’ ...
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Exoskeleton Helps Above-Knee Amputees to Walk

Researchers at the University of Utah built an exoskeleton that can ease walking for people with above-knee amputations. The new system, which uses...
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EvoWalk Digital Therapy Platform: Interview with Pierluigi Mantovani, CEO at Evolution Devices

Evolution Devices, a company based in California, created a functional electrical stimulation device to assist people with foot drop to walk more f...
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Algorithm Helps Rehab Robots to Move Naturally

Researchers at the Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan have developed a control algorithm for rehabilitation robots that ensures that they mo...
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Cleveland Clinic’s New Prosthetic Arm with Advanced Functionality

Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic have developed an advanced bionic arm that allows users with upper limb amputations to achieve a similar level ...
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Magnetic Beads for More Precise Control of Bionic Limbs

At MIT a team of engineers have developed a system that they claim will enhance a user’s control of a bionic limb. The technology consists of impla...
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Inflatable Prosthetic Hand with a Sense of Touch

Researchers at MIT and Shanghai Jiao Tong University created an inexpensive robotic hand intended for use by upper limb amputees. The device is mor...
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Sensing Glove to Aid in Stroke Recovery

Researchers at MIT created a sensing glove that can detect small pressuref changes along its surface when a wearer grasps something. The glove is t...
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Robotic Brace Measures Neck Mobility in Cancer Patients

Patients with head and neck cancer frequently require surgical removal of lymph nodes from the neck. While this is necessary, it can cause pain and...
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Artificial Skin Bruises Like The Real Thing

Researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have developed an artificial skin that can effectively indicate if damage has occurred, in the s...
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