Medical Nanobots are part of an emerging technology that hopes to use microscopic robots to travel inside the human body to collect information and make minor repairs.

Medical Nanobots are part of an emerging technology that hopes to use microscopic robots to travel inside the human body to collect information and make minor repairs.

Next stage for 3D printing: custom sized and shaped 3D heart implants are still being tested, but there is strong consensus that once the product is made available to the market, there will be no shortage in terms of demand.

3D Heart Implants: Artificial Heart Printed To Order

Next stage for 3D printing: custom sized and shaped 3D heart implants are still being tested, but there is strong consensus that once the product is made available to the market, there will be no shortage in terms of demand.

Spray-on Skin Offers Fast Healing for Burns    ReCell technology uses a postage stamp-sized piece of skin to create spray-on that can cover a page's-worth of burned skin.

Spray-on Skin Offers Fast Healing for Burns ReCell technology uses a postage stamp-sized piece of skin to create spray-on that can cover a page's-worth of burned skin.

Bandage embedded with three electrodes to measure vital data. "The data is transmitted to a recorder device via a new technology called Skinplex, which enables the human body to send digital data files over the skin."  - RochusJacob, http://cargocollective.com/rochusjacob/Body-Sensor

Bandage embedded with three electrodes to measure vital data. "The data is transmitted to a recorder device via a new technology called Skinplex, which enables the human body to send digital data files over the skin." - RochusJacob, http://cargocollective.com/rochusjacob/Body-Sensor

A Look At Medical Technology Infographic

A Look At Medical Technology Infographic

Hope in a Glove for Parkinson’s Patients:  A wearable device promises to help steady hand tremors by using an old technology—gyroscopes.

How the GyroGlove Steadies Hands of Parkinson’s Patients

Hope in a Glove for Parkinson’s Patients: A wearable device promises to help steady hand tremors by using an old technology—gyroscopes.

SmartTouch Inhaler Monitor Helps Keep A Record Of Use By Edwin Kee on 06/04/2014

SmartTouch Inhaler Monitor Helps Keep A Record Of Use

SmartTouch Inhaler Monitor Helps Keep A Record Of Use By Edwin Kee on 06/04/2014

Migraine sufferer banishes crippling headaches using hi-tech headband which emits electrical pulses to the brain.    YES PLEASE

Silver headband taps into the brain to banish migraines

Migraine sufferer banishes crippling headaches using hi-tech headband which emits electrical pulses to the brain. YES PLEASE

The VISUSCOUT 100 delivers practical, high quality imaging for detection and…

The VISUSCOUT 100 delivers practical, high quality imaging for detection and…

Wearable Technology: Smart Band-Aids Can Do a Lot More than Cover Up Cuts

Wearable Technology: Smart Band-Aids Can Do a Lot More than Cover Up Cuts

Telehealth Tech can improve so many lives, but medical marketers need to adapt their strategies to help make the push!

Telehealth Tech can improve so many lives, but medical marketers need to adapt their strategies to help make the push!

Medical technology is the application of devices procedures and knowledge for diagnosis and treating diseases for the purpose of maintening , promoting and restoring wellness while improving the quality of life

Medical technology is the application of devices procedures and knowledge for diagnosis and treating diseases for the purpose of maintening , promoting and restoring wellness while improving the quality of life

Special Glasses Help Surgeons 'See' Cancer by sciencedaily: A fluorescent marker injected into the patient and special lighting made cancer cells glow blue when viewed with the technology. The lighter the shade of blue, the more concentrated the cancer cells are. Tumors as small as 1mm in diameter can be detected. Image by Robert Boston, Washington University School of Medicine #Medical_Technology #Biomedical_Optics #Cancer

Special glasses help surgeons 'see' cancer​​​​​​​​

Special Glasses Help Surgeons 'See' Cancer by sciencedaily: A fluorescent marker injected into the patient and special lighting made cancer cells glow blue when viewed with the technology. The lighter the shade of blue, the more concentrated the cancer cells are. Tumors as small as 1mm in diameter can be detected. Image by Robert Boston, Washington University School of Medicine #Medical_Technology #Biomedical_Optics #Cancer

Ultrasonic Robotic Hand Can Give You a Breast Exam and Detect Lumps

Ultrasonic Robotic Hand Can Give You a Breast Exam, Detect Lumps

Ultrasonic Robotic Hand Can Give You a Breast Exam and Detect Lumps

Creepy Medical Images From The Past

Creepy Medical Images From The Past

Top 5 Medical Technology Innovations - ASME Needle-Free Diabetes Care  Diabetes = need to draw blood for glucose testing, = Echo Therapeutics working on a transdermal biosensor  = uses a handheld electric-toothbrush-like device that removes just enough top-layer skin cells to put the patient's blood chemistry within signal range of a patch-borne biosensor. = one reading per minute sent wirelessly to monitor, triggering audible alarms if glucose levels high or low

Top 5 Medical Technology Innovations - ASME Needle-Free Diabetes Care Diabetes = need to draw blood for glucose testing, = Echo Therapeutics working on a transdermal biosensor = uses a handheld electric-toothbrush-like device that removes just enough top-layer skin cells to put the patient's blood chemistry within signal range of a patch-borne biosensor. = one reading per minute sent wirelessly to monitor, triggering audible alarms if glucose levels high or low

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