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Fifty-One, a New Electronic Cigarette

11/10/2008, This new electronic cigarette targets those who want to cut down on smoking, but have a hard time getting rid of an old habit. The cigarette does not have flame, smoke, tar, odor, ash or carcinogens (they say).It allows one to “smoke” in...

Honda Experimental Walking Assist Device

11/07/2008, We all know just how well the Honda Asimo can walk, but here is a device that works with humans and not just on robots. The experimental walking assist device will help support bodyweight while reducing the load on a user’s legs when walking, going...

MedSignals Smart Pillbox

11/05/2008, The older we get, the more supplements and vitamins we need to take in. Unfortunately, our memory also suffers from lapses from time to time, which is where the MedSignals Smart Pillbox comes in handy. This deivce allows you to monitor medications...

Panasonic H1 Clinical Computer Debuts Officially

11/04/2008, You might remember that we published an early shot of the Panasonic H1 during IDF, but we had some private time with this tablet and although it’s not a consumer product, it may contribute to improve the way we’re being treated. The H1 has...

Yet Another Electronic Nose Released

11/03/2008, Let’s see, we have bionic hearts, electronic eyes and now even noses. What next? Researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology are currently working on a chemical sensor which is capable of mimicking the olfactory system in...

New Sportline Heart Rate Watches

10/27/2008, Sportline has released a new range of heart rate watches that look much more modern compared to its older collection, and the TQR series will cater for both men and women with eight different watches. These watches will embrace good old analog design,...

MedEx 1000 Portable ICU System

10/14/2008, I think medical practitioners will find the MedEx 1000 portable ICU system to be interesting as it features an integrated ventilator with CO2&O2 monitoring, ECG, invasive pressure monitoring, non-invasive blood pressure monitoring, low and high rate...

PediaVision Assessment Solution Detects Vision Problems Early

10/06/2008, With video games and round-the-clock cable being staple visual diets for our young, it is no wonder more and more of them are starting to wear glasses at a younger age. The PediaVision Assessment Solution helps detect vision problems early in a quick,...

Biotronik Receives EU Approval

10/02/2008, The European Union has approved Biotronik’s latest home monitoring system that is meant for wireless communication between implantable devices and physicians who are at the clinic. Further details are as follows. BIOTRONIK Home Monitoring has...

Wearable Airbags For Old People

09/25/2008, Many old folks do not die of old age naturally, but more often than not from a fall-related injury. Hence, Japanese manufacturer Prop has started to sell wearable airbags for this segment of the population as well as for other people who cannot stand up...

Dentist Business Cards

09/17/2008, I’m sure the well connected have built up a huge library of business cards by now, but I’m also pretty confident that something like this has not yet made their way into any collection just yet – the dentist business card. Modeled after...

Digital Lightbox For Hospitals

08/19/2008, Fancy the huge multi-touch display as seen on Minority Report? That is now reality thanks to BrainLAB AG, of Germany who recently installed its maiden Digital Lightbox radiology system in a Munich hospital. Digital Lightbox replaces the conventional light...

iPosture Posture Improvement Device

08/18/2008, Ever wondered why you failed to land that last job despite out-qualifying every other applicant? Perhaps it could’ve boiled down to your bad posture – and that could have been avoided if you had the assistance of the iPosture posture...

Visionsense Single Chip Stereo Endoscope

08/13/2008, Visionsense has developed a brand new single chip stereo endoscope which makes provision for 3D visualization within the body. The human eyes provide the brain with two independent, slightly different images of an object. These are then processed into a...