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22nd May 2011 Site

AN Australian invention that "turbo boosts" each heartbeat to overcome cardiac failure is expected to soon return home after successful results from the first human trials in the US.

20th May 2011 Site

Titan Medical and Crouse Hospital have entered into a non-obligatory memorandum of understanding (MOU). Crouse Hospital is a 506 bed critical care hospital situated in Syracuse, NY, which has agreed to test and analyze the Titan Medical

19th May 2011 Site

A UCF scientist specializing in nanotechnology has earned a national award and is a contender for a new kind of 'Nobel Prize' for sustainability.

18th May 2011 Site

A former astronaut is taking the helm at Southlake Regional Health Centre. McMaster University professor of surgery Dr. Dave Williams, who also worked with research and development in the McMaster Centre for Medical Robotics and has logged more than 687 hours in space, is the new president and CEO of Southlake.

18th May 2011 Site

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (KGO) -- Another health issue facing millions of women is endometriosis. It's a condition that often leads to infertility. Doctors at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View tackled a particularly challenging case recently and they used minimally invasive, robotic surgery.

16th May 2011 Site

Bangalore: Intel Capital made their fresh investment in Sudhir Srivastava Robotic Surgery Centre, which is the provider of advanced robotics to medical care in India. It has also made investment in July Systems, a mobile media company and U.S.and Sri Lanka-based open-source application development software company WSO2.

16th May 2011 Site

Newswise — BUFFALO, NY — Two life-sciences entrepreneurs are launching the first procedure-specific software modules for robot-assisted surgery. Through a combination of simulation and haptic technologies, these first-of-their kind training modules guide novice surgeons’ hands through every step of four key robot-assisted surgical procedures, helping users to become proficient in these highly complex operations — toward the goal of ensuring patient safety and improving surgical ou

06th May 2011 Site

Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease.

30th Apr 2011 Site

Till now, robotic surgery was considered a mainstream tool for removing an ever-increasing variety of head and neck tumours.

20th Apr 2011 Site

A team of bioengineers from Rice University is bringing a promising new strategy for growing replacement heart valves closer to reality, thanks to a four-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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