Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers have created a postage stamp-sized ultrasound sticker to monitor deep organ stiffness, potentially enabling early detection of diseases like liver failure, with plans for use in ICU patients and future home monitoring.
A multidisciplinary team at Washington University plans to overcome the limitations of studying and manipulating the brain’s depth by integrating ultrasound with genetics, leading to a method called Sonogenetics 2.0 that has the potential to noninvasively and precisely modify neurons in the brains of humans and animals.Read More
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have designed a wearable ultrasound device that could allow people to detect breast cancer tumors when they are still in early stages.Read More
Florida’s House and Senate have passed a plastic surgery bill mandating the use of ultrasound guidance during gluteal fat grafting procedures to protect patient safety, with one plastic surgeon endorsing the Clarius L7 HD3 wireless ultrasound scanner.Read More
The UltraSight real-time AI guidance software can assist medical professionals without sonography experience in acquiring cardiac ultrasound images at the point of care in multiple settings, allowing for more widespread detection of heart disease.Read More
The U.S. FDA is warning against unauthorized ultrasound devices by RoyalVibe Health, CellQuicken, and Well-Being Reality, citing potential dangers and a lack of safety and effectiveness in treating medical conditions.Read More