Children’s National Hospital performed the first surgical use of breakthrough medical imaging technology designed specifically for kids. The innovation, insta-3D™ imaging from company nView medical, is designed to make
Olathe-based Innara Health became one of six winners in a national medical device competition that awarded a total of $250,000 in Food and Drug Administration grants.
A biofeedback device to help newborns and premature infants improve feeding readiness and promote the neuro and physiological aspects of feeding
COVI-SPOT, a one-step COVID-19 diagnosis on the spot
The first working non-contact EKG for constant, non-invasive monitoring
Illinois-based PhotoniCare’s story shows certain kinds of support are critical for startup founders in science innovation, especially in areas outside the usual entrepreneurial hotbeds of New York, Boston and Silicon Valley
The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI) announces six awardees chosen in its annual “Make Your Medical Device Pitch for Kids!” competition to share in $250,000 in grants funded by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to support the advancement of pediatric medical devices.
“For far too long, pediatric specialists have been manipulating adult medical devices to create solutions for children’s bodies because it’s the only available option,” said Kurt Newman, M.D.
HOUSTON – Medical equipment for children is typically majorly under-funded. Now a local company is in the national spotlight, after winning a competition for a medical device to help children.
“One of the silver linings, if there are any in this pandemic, was that it really created a necessity for all of us to come up with novel ideas,”