7 ways neurostimulation could make our lives better

Neurostimulation is being used for a lot of different things that go beyond motor disorders and diseases. Neurostimulation is used to stimulate certain parts of the brain’s nervous system. It can be invasive with implants or it can be non-invasive with electrode-filled caps and ear clips. The neurostimulation market was worth an estimated $1.9 billion

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Mind-controlled device can help stroke patients move paralyzed hands

A mind-controlled device fitting over paralyzed hands could enable stroke patients to open and close them once again, according to research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis. analyzed the use of Ipsihand, developed by Neurolutions Inc. The researchers analyzed the use of Ipsihand, developed by Neurolutions. The brain-computer interface helps participants

Artificial intelligence accurately predicts stroke risk

Machine-learning algorithms, a form of artificial intelligence, accurately predicted people’s risk of heart disease and stroke, according to new research from the University of Nottingham. Researchers and computer scientists compared the risk guidelines for heart disease and stroke from the American College of Cardiology with 4 machine-learning algorithms to analyze the risk of a patient

7 wearable medtech companies from the Wearable Technology Show

Updated March 10, 2017 Wearable devices aren’t going anywhere anytime soon in the world of medtech. The Wearable Technology Show 2017 took place March 7 and March 8 at the ExCel in London, offering a chance to check out some of the latest wearable devices. Digital health technology, smart textiles and sensors, and augmented reality

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