The FDA's marketing clearance applies to 13 commonly abused drugs; there are multiple cut-off options available for certain drugs.
"By using our novel nanochip technology, injured or compromised organs can be replaced. We have shown that skin is a fertile land where we can grow the elements of any organ that is declining," said Dr. Chandan Sen.
Clinical data from the Turbulence study (n=1,807) showed CADence had comparable performance to a SPECT nuclear stress test in excluding obstructive CAD in patients with chest pain and risk factors.
The Stimpod NMS460 includes a nerve-mapping pen-like probe which allows practitioners to locate nerves and evaluate the treatment progress.
The Embrace Neonatal MRI System is specifically designed for imaging of the neonatal head (head circumference up to 38cm and weight of 1 - 4.5kg).
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved gammaCore in April after efficacy was demonstrated in two clinical trials involving over 200 patients with episodic cluster headaches (ACT1 and ACT2).
A clinical trial (Pfaff S et al. 2015) of 47 individuals with mild psoriasis found significant improvement in change from baseline of Local Psoriasis Severity Index in patients receiving UV-free blue light home treatment.
A study of 122 women with Stage I and Stage II breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy particularly associated with hair loss. The study showed that over 66% of patients using DigniCap reported losing less than half their hair.
Safety and efficacy of the TrueTear device were demonstrated in two clinical studies in a total of 145 individuals with aqueous deficient dry eye.
The characteristics of the signal in user feedback of adverse events associated with medical devices and the situated context of decision makers correlate with judgement bias in reacting to these adverse events.
High-frequency electrical stimulation of the spinal cord may relieve severe chronic back pain more effectively than conventional low-frequency stimulation, according to research published in the November issue of Neurosurgery.