Topic: diagnostic imaging
Butterfly Network has raised $250 million that will bankroll the manufacturing and shipping of its hand-held ultrasound devices.
The FDA approved Endomag’s nonradioactive, magnetic, liquid tracer for mapping lymph nodes in breast cancer patients undergoing mastectomy.
Butterfly Network’s ultrasound-on-a-chip technology snagged the FDA nod for 13 applications.
Owlstone Medical and Cancer Research UK have begun a clinical trial designed to identify biomarkers of cancer in breath samples.
Philips has received clearance from the FDA to sell the latest version of its radiology informatics platform.
A new “capsule colonoscope” could lead to a more comfortable experience and encourage more people to undergo colonoscopy.
Visunex Medical Systems raised $20 million in a Series B round, which will expand its R&D and manufacturing operations.
MedyMatch inked a deal to integrate its decision-support technology with Samsung’s medical imaging machines in prehospital settings.