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PhysIQ AI wearable patents

PhysIQ Announces Two New Patent Allowances for Artificial Intelligence Analytics in Wearables

PhysIQ, a company dedicated to enabling proactive care delivery models through its highly scalable cloud-based platform for personalized physiology analytics, announced two new patent allowances by the US Patent & […]
Medtronic Cobalt And Crome CE mark

Medtronic Receives CE Mark for its Smart Cobalt and Crome Cardiac Implants

Medtronic announced it has received CE Mark for its Cobalt™ and Crome™ portfolio of implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICD) and cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillators (CRT-D). Read more Medtronic Buys Diabetes Management Startup Klue […]
Biofourmis ImagineMIC Partnership

Biofourmis Collaborates with ImagineMIC to Improve Remote Patient Monitoring for Chronic Disease Patients

Biofourmis, a fast-growing global health IT start-up founded in Singapore, and ImagineMIC, a New York-based medical device company formed a partnership to drive improved outcomes and lower healthcare costs for […]
Eko AFib detection algorithm

Eko’s AI-Powered AFib and Heart Murmur Detection Algorithms Get FDA Clearance

Eko, a maker of expensive digital stethoscopes, has received the first FDA clearance for its devices to use AI algorithms to automatically detect atrial fibrillation (AFib) and heart murmurs. Read […]
UK researchers develop artificial neurons

Scientists Develop World’s First Artificial Neurons to Cure Chronic Diseases

Scientists at the University of Bath in the UK have developed artificial neurons on silicon chips that behave just like the real thing – a first-of-its-kind achievement with enormous scope […]
Biofourmis CERSI study

Biofourmis to Partner with Yale University-Mayo Clinic Collaborative Program CERSI

Biofourmis, a global leader in digital therapeutics, has entered a research partnership with Yale University-Mayo Clinic Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (CERSI). The study, which involves patients […]