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10 medical advances 1.

Cutting Back on Melanoma Biopsies The collected signals are processed using heavyduty algorithms and matched against a registry of 10,000 digital images of melanoma and skin disease.

2.Electronic Aspirin If he or she places a handheld remote controller on the cheek nearest the implant. The resulting signals stimulate the SPG nerves and block the pain-causing neurotransmitters.

3.Needle-Free Diabetes Care It is working on a transdermal biosensor that reads blood analytes through the skin without drawing blood.

4Robotic Check-Ups It can checking on patients in different rooms and managing their individual charts and vital signs without direct human intervention.

5.A Valve Job with Heart It is guided through the femoral artery by catheter from a small incision near the grown or rib cage. The valve material is made of bovine tissue attached to a stainlesssteel stent

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6.Bariatric Surgery for Control of Diabetes Bariatric surgery has been shown to rid patients of Type 2 diabetes, which is largely due to the disruption of the glucose system often associated with obesity. 7.Neuromodulation Therapy for Cluster and Migraine Headaches A neurostimulater is in the cheek, it can be patient-activated to arouse the SPG nerve bundle to allay the headaches. The pain from headaches can be blocked in 5-10 minutes. 8.Mass Spectrometry for Bacterial Identification A new mass spectrometry technique allows microbiology labs to identify pathogens in minutes rather than days or weeks. This allows clinicians to quickly provide the appropriate antimicrobial treatment. 9.Medications for Advanced Prostate Cancer These was considered standard of care, They have provided a long remission but not a cure. The new drugs, however, may allow advanced prostate cancer to be more successfully managed in the future. 10.Handheld Optical Scanner for Melanoma hand-held optical scanner uses imaging technology to visualize the microvessels of lesions on the skin. It can detect melanoma in its earliest andmost curable stage. The scanner will be used to determine if a biopsy, to rule out melanoma, it is necessary. Website:1.http://www.medmktconsulting.com/2013/01/30/2013-top-5-medicalinnovations/ 2.http://www.asme.org/kb/news---articles/articles/bioengineering/top-5medical-technology-innovations

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