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A handheld optical scanner to detect skin cancer, “bladeless” cataract surgery, and an amazing new headache treatment are among the Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2013 selected by a panel of Cleveland Clinic scientists and researchers.
A surprising government program also made the list, unveiled at the clinic’s Medical Innovation Summit. To qualify, a breakthrough had to offer a major improvement in patient care, have a high probability of success, and must either be on the market now or be close to being introduced.
Here’s a look at the remarkable therapies and game-changing technologies expected to dramatically reshape healthcare—and save lives—over the next year:
List of projects and titles which i collected from IEEE / WEB / BME mags
I HAVE BEEN RECEIVING A LOT OF REQUESTS REGARDING PROJECT IDEAS, KEEPING IN MIND ALL THOSE REQUEST I DECIDED TO PUT IN THIS.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PROJECT TITLE BELOW, WE CAN HAVE DISCUSSION REGARDING IT & work on for implementation of that project
LOOKING FORWARD FOR PEOPLE’S RESPONSE TO THESE TITLES N WORKING FURTHER IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH PARADIGM
A thesis on the use of electrical impedance tomography (EIT) for noninvasive patient monitoring argues for the development of an EIT device suitable for large-scale commercialisation. Completed by Pascal Olivier Gaggero at the Swiss private research centre CSEM and University of Neuchâtel, the thesis reportedly represents a significant step forward in the clinical use of EIT.
This is very exciting news just out of the University of Michigan‘s Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department (EECS). They report that Dr. Euisik Yoon (Prof. EECS and Biomedical Sensors and Subsystem’s Thrust Leader) and his staff have developed the BioBolt – a “non-invasive brain implant” to create motion from thought. That is, by placement near the brain on the cranium, the device can pick up neural signals and transmit them.
Technological innovations in the medical device industry have led to a radical transformation in patient care. This report identifies the sectors with the industry’s most important developments related to patient care, clinical outcomes, and new product development. While the scope of the report is limited to the top ten technologies only, it covers almost the entire medical device market.
Scientific and medical technology breakthroughs – such as minimally invasive surgery (MIS) – have accelerated the accuracy of clinical outcomes and have also reduced recovery times and the medical costs borne by patients. This has led to radical transformation in patient care.