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Chris Longhurst, MD, Associate Professor at Stanford Medical School, describes a patient case in which data-drive healthcare was extremely useful. For unique cases, there is often little in the literature to direct doctors in choosing a course of treatment. He explains how it is critical to analyze...
The Associated Press reports "In a medical first, doctors used plastic particles and a 3-D laser printer to create an airway splint to save the life of a baby boy ..." whose airway used to collapse daily due to an incompletely formed bronchus. Researchers were able to "print out" 100 tiny tubes in a single...
The FDA has approved a new device, Viva, that is “used to resynchronize the beating of the heart and reduce hospitalizations for heart failure.” An article in Bloomberg News explains that Viva, a product of Medtronic Inc., does not require doctors to recalibrate the device as the “implanted device uses...