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.
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. 24 yr old medical student created after watching woman try to eat.
printing is becoming more and more advanced. Soon, customized heart implants will he printed more frequently. In this picture a guy is holding up a heart implant that has been customized the the patients hearts' size and shape.
Special Glasses Help Surgeons 'See' Cancer: 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.
This Real Life Version Of X-Ray Glasses Can See Through Your Skin
Evena Medical’s new Eyes-On Glasses System enables medical professionals to essentially peer underneath a patient’s skin in order to more easily locate veins for IV treatments.
Video: Jellyfish Made From Silicone and Rat's Heart Cells Swims and Beats Like a Heart. researchers to build a sort of cyborg jellyfish from the ground up, using heart muscle cells from a rat and silicone polymer.
Almost a tricorder! Now here is a medical device that does seem to hail from the future – the Infrascanner 2000 which is capable of performing rapid CT screening even when one is in the field. The device looks like a modern, technologically [.