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MIT’s new thread-like robots could travel through blood vessels in the brain for more effective surgery

MIT has developed robotic thread that could make existing the least invasive current brain surgery techniques even less so, and potentially make it easier and more accessible to treat brain blood vessel issues like blockages and lesions than can cause aneurysms and strokes. The new development from MIT researchers combines robotics with current endovascular (ie. ...

Healthcare by 2028 will be doctor-directed, patient-owned and powered by visual technologies

Evan Nisselson Contributor Evan Nisselson is a partner at LDV Capital. More posts by this contributor Deep learning with synthetic data will democratize the tech industry The war over artificial intelligence will be won with visual data Visual assessment is critical to healthcare – whether that is a doctor peering down your throat as you ...

Specialist Products For The Elderly Can Really Make A Different

03.13.2012 · Posted in Health Articles

For most countries around the world, the average age of the population continues to get higher, as living standards improve and health care techniques develop. Although the majority of us do want to live longer, we also want to lead a healthy and active latter part of our life, which does usually become harder as ...

Why Buying Disability Products Online Makes Perfect Sense

02.13.2012 · Posted in Health Articles

Disability products are becoming more reachable and affordable as time goes on, with advances in technology and understanding, allowing for better and more efficient products to be produced. However, it is often fair to say that a large percentage of the people who need these products are often unaware about the existence of such items, ...

11.04.2009 · Posted in General Articles

Gaurang Dalvi, a thirteen-year-old student in Mumbai, hung himself in his room while his grandmother rested in the next room. Gaurang did not leave any note. The police statement to the press, however, said that he was depressed about his exams and spent hours surfing the internet. Shockingly, this was the fourth suicide by a ...