• ARCHIVES OF MEDICAL DEVICES WEBCASTS

    Many done in collaboration with www.Medgadget.com

    May 2, Joel Behnke, of Bioness, Inc., of Valencia, California, talks about his electrical stimulation products for Pain Controk, Foot Drop, and Hand Rehabilitation

    March 3, 2915

    Matt Patterson, President of Airstrip Tech talks about their Products

    Feb 15, 2016

    Homayoon Kazerooni PhD, talks about the main product of his company, US Bionics: The Phoenix Exoskeleton

    February 11, 2016
    Prof. Yaakov Nahmias, Director, Grass Center for Bioengineering, at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, discusses his work with Bioprinting of Liver Tissue and Diabetic Socks to prevent ulceration

    February 8, 2016

    Professor Cheng’s Lab at UC Davis, presents “Chemically Activated HEV_VLP Cancer Drug Delivery”

    January 18  2016

    Johnny Methany discusses his Innovative Robotic Prosthetic Arm

    December 11, 2015: Mark terLaan MD, Neurosurgeon from the Netherlands, talks about 3D printing in Surgical Models at his hospital, Radboud Medical Center in the Netherlands.

    December 3, 2015, 10 a.m. EST. Thomas Ward, entrepreneur from Sweden, presents his “Robo-Hand”

    Ciprian Ionita Phd, or University of Buffalo, discusses his applications of 3d Printing in Medicine, today, December 2, 2015

    Dr. Roger Smith, head ot he Nicholson Center in Celebration, Florida will talk about this state-of-the-art Surgical Center, that is trying to standarize the quality of training, especially in Surgical Robotics; LIVE at 2 pm EST on Tuesday, November 24th.  You can ask questions, and give comments at the end of the presentation.

    John Rogers PhD, of Urbana, Illinois, talks about Flexor Skin Sensors November 12, 2015

    Shahriar Yagboubi PhD, noted researcher in Molecular Radiology, talks about CellSightTech.com at UCSF

    Gidi Stein of Medaware, Platform to Avoid Medication Erros

    Optikey a Platform to Aid Communication in Motor Neuron Diseases

    Learning to Manipulate the Laparoscope by Animation and Gaming Technology

    Steven LeBouef MD Biometric Tech Provider for Wearables

    Brain Computer Interface Muscle Stimulation in Parapelgia Quadriplegia

    Drip Assist to Aid Nurse with IV Solution Mixes

    “White Blood Cell Mediated Therapy for Neurons in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease”

    Tim Amukele MD Pathologist talks about Medical Delivery Drones


    Diagnosis of Ebola, Dengue Fever with Cheap Paper Strips

    EKG Shirt with Health watch for Medgadget TV

    Gene Fridman PhD of ENT Research WITH THE Mouth Tricorder


    Peter Chai MD Toxicologist with Google Glass Use in the Field

     

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