The flexible and transparent wearable devices are conformable to the skin and can provide continuous and accurate measurements of multiple human vital signs.
Clerio Vision's technology enables the laser writing of unique patterns into contact lenses that optimize visual acuity.
The fiber-optic sensor monitors blood flow through the aorta during prolonged and often dangerous intensive care and surgical procedures, even in preterm infants.
The sensor is based upon Melexis' far-infrared technology, which utilizes the fact that all objects emit heat radiation.
The system performs pulmonary vein isolation using laser energy to create lines of scar tissue to block the abnormal electrical pathways that cause atrial fibrillation.
Microradial incisions performed with the system are guided by the femtosecond laser platform's imaging capabilities.
The main goal is to deliver a compensation-free, 14-parameter flow cytometer for use in biomedical research.
Programmed to detect proteins and E. coli, the detector then uses light to look for specific biomarkers.
EMC2 will distribute and support Kinetic River's flow cytometry products and services in Italy and across Europe.
The project focuses on phototherapy treatments to target removal of skin and oral cancer cells.
The OCT imaging device is indicated for the diagnosis and treatment of PAD in small vessels measuring 2–4 mm in diameter.
The 13-color flow cytometry system is approved for clinical diagnostic use in hospitals, laboratories, and clinics across China.
The blue light therapy tool could help clinicians to avoid taking chances with multidrug combinations to treat MRSA infections.
The disease detection technology is based on metasurfaces—sheets of artificial materials covered in millions of nano-sized elements.
The finger-mounted optical fiber probe is pressed perpendicularly into tissue while OCT images are recorded.