Keyword: wireless medical device
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey, both Democrats from Massachusetts, unveiled legislation that would eliminate excise tax on medical devices.
The medical device industry appears to be under siege by cybercriminals, but it isn't taking steps to defend itself, according to two separate reports.
Participants of clinical trials organized by Parexel can now visit trial sites less often. Through a new program, the CRO is offering to collect study subject data remotely using wearables.
SUNY Downstate researchers have developed a wearable device that allows ALS patients who are completely “locked in” to communicate.
If 2016 was the year that med tech players bet big on emerging and exciting technologies, 2017 will be the year to buckle down, generate evidence of the new tech’s utility and find its niche in the industry.
Center Point Clinical Services is trying to translate digital tools' advantages of better communication and fewer costs into clinical research, as it launches the first siteless CRO.
Ava reeled in a $9.7 million Series A round, which will drive product development and scale production of its fertility-tracking wristband.
Cefaly Technology has given a serious facelift to its namesake device. The Cefaly I--an external trigeminal nerve stimulation device which helps to prevent episodic migraine attacks--has been shrunk down to three-quarters its size.
Electronics player ThinFilm has partnered with an unnamed pharmaceutical company to develop a platform for medical devices to improve patient adherence.
Reflexion Medical has raised $46 million to develop the first biology-guided radiotherapy system that offers targeted cancer treatment. Last fall, the Hayward, CA-based startup said it had created a prototype device that was ready to go into the clinic. This Series B infusion is earmarked for expanding the company's engineering, regulatory and commercial groups.