Innovations in Artificial Intelligence, Wearable Monitoring of Vital Signs, Ultrasound Imaging, and SPECT

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The latest issue of Medical Imaging and Diagnostics TOE profiles innovations in the medical imaging and diagnostics industry. Some of the profiles covered include development of an artificial intelligence platform for diagnosing autism, wearable sensing devices for continuous monitoring of vital signs, augmented reality-based ultrasound imaging, SPECT imaging for diagnosing clinical depression, and solutions that can predict cardiovascular risk by observing eye images.Medical Imaging and Diagnostics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE)'s mission is to analyze and report new and emerging technologies; advances in R&D, product development and regulatory matters specifically related to the areas of CT, MRI, NM, PET

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Innovations in Artificial Intelligence, Wearable Monitoring of Vital Signs, Ultrasound Imaging, and SPECTInnovations in the Medical Imaging and Diagnostic Technologies IndustryArtificial Intelligence Platform for the Diagnosis of AutismWearable Sensing Device for Continuous Vital Signs MonitoringInnovative Breast Cancer Reporting and Risk Assessment ToolNovel Augmented Reality-based Ultrasound Imaging SPECT Imaging for the Diagnosis of Clinical DepressionNeedleless Device for Collection of BloodMRI with Patient Sensing and Smart Analytics TechnologyArtificial Intelligence-enabled Advanced Radiology Ultrasound SystemEnd-to-End Smartphone Diagnostics Test Reader SystemCardiovascular Risk Prediction by Observing Eye ImagesDatabase of Key Industry ContactsDatabase of Key Industry Participants




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