Research at the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University could lead to more patient-friendly treatments for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Scientists have created artificial cells to handle the job of beta cells in the pancreas that ordinarily...
Increasing reliance on nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) as well as on telehealth and related technologies have a common root: a lack of primary care providers. Analysts do not see these trends abating.
A bandage developed by scientists at Harvard Medical School, MIT and the University of Nebraska–Lincoln can be loaded with multiple medications that can be released via smartphone or other wireless devices.
Electrically conductive fibers in the...
Physicians who are searching for information-rich apps have a wide variety of options. Here are a few that have captured significant clinical attention.
The rising popularity of telemedicine, including the growth of virtual clinics, may be a vital component of sustaining patient access to care, observers say.
PET — one of the most important tools in clinicians’ armamentarium for cancer diagnosis, staging and therapy evaluation — has a significant limitation: It can scan only a portion of the body at a time. That may change soon, with wide implications for research and clinical practice.
Blue Spark Technologies has upgraded its wearable, 24-hour, wireless thermometer, TempTraq, with 48- and 72-hour versions.
These iterations are geared toward healthcare facilities and other clinical settings, according to a Medgadget interview of Blue Spark...
Yttrium-90 (Y-90) has long been used to treat liver cancer. Researchers are exploring its potential to treat diseases in other sites, but a number of obstacles have made progress halting.
As liquid biopsies inch closer to becoming a standard of care, questions about their efficacy, use and role in cancer diagnosis and treatment abound. Discordant research findings between liquid and tissue biopsies only add to the confusion.
French company BodyCap has gained Europe’s CE Mark for an ingestible pill that permits wireless core body temperature measurement.
The e-Celsius device enables clinicians to continuously measure a patient’s temperature via the GI tract. Patients swallow the electronic...