Medical technology company Singular Health, in collaboration with the national science agency CSIRO, has received a $100,000 funding boost.
Epworth HealthCare spinal surgeons are being aided by a new digital robotic platform, effectively giving them an extra set of hands in theatre.
DePuy Synthes, the Orthopaedics business unit of Johnson & Johnson Medical Australia, and the Johnson & Johnson Institute, have launched a mobile training lab bringing training directly to surgeons and their teams around Australia.
Melbourne woman Jodie Talone is said to be the first patient in Australia to have a tumour removed with the assistance of the SCOUT radar technology.
A South Australian research project focusing on 3D technology hopes to improve knee, hip and spine surgeries.
Cutera's truBody solution pairs two non-surgical technologies: one designed to reduce fat and the other to build, strengthen and tone muscle.
EMVision has developed a portable brain scanner for rapid, point-of-care stroke diagnosis and monitoring. Scott Kirkland tells us more.
Trotec SpeedMarker marking lasers provide an innovative solution that is designed to produce precise marking results that can last the lifecycle of a chosen product.
Australia has witnessed a surge in illustrators and developers moving from the entertainment sector into the medical industry.
There is new hope on the horizon for people living with back pain, a leading cause of disability worldwide.
The DigniCap Delta Scalp Cooling System is indicated to prevent chemotherapy-induced hair loss in patients with solid tumours.
We take a look at some of the exciting developments happening in the medical device space.
RMIT Technology Professor Kate Fox discusses which health technologies are likely to become realities and which are simply hype.
A next-generation robotic-assisted solution for knee replacement has been added to the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods.
The Soterius Scout can deliver results within a minute to provide the all clear for someone to enter their work environment.