Medical Device Technology Alert. Minimally-Invasive Procedure for Excision of Breast Tissue; Gas-Sensing Capsules to Track Intestinal Gases; Automated Fundus Camera to Screen Patients for Eye Disorders

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This issue profiles a minimally-invasive procedure for excision of breast tissue, gas-sensing capsules to track intestinal gases, and an automated fundus camera to screen patients for eye disorders.

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Medical Device Technology Alert. Minimally-Invasive Procedure for Excision of Breast Tissue; Gas-Sensing Capsules to Track Intestinal Gases; Automated Fundus Camera to Screen Patients for Eye DisordersIn This Issue1. MINIMALLY-INVASIVE PROCEDURE FOR EXCISION OF BREAST TISSUE2. NOVEL SEALANT PATCH TO CONTROL BLOOD LOSS DURING LIVER SURGERY3. GAS-SENSING CAPSULES TO TRACK INTESTINAL GASES4. NEUROSTIMULATOR DEVICE TO TREAT SYMPTOMS OF GASTROPARESIS5. AUTOMATED FUNDUS CAMERA TO SCREEN PATIENTS FOR EYE DISORDERS6. NEEDLE-FREE BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORING DEVICE7. WORLD’S SMALLEST PACEMAKER GETS CE NOD8. MINIMALLY INVASIVE SPINAL CORD STIMULATOR RECEIVES FDA CLEARANCE




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