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Music Improves Function of Blood Pressure Medication

Scientists working at São Paulo State University, Juazeiro do Norte College, ABC Medical School in Brazil and Oxford Brookes University in the UK have shown that music improves the performance of anti-hypertensive medications. The study, published in Nature Scientific Reports, involved 37 patients with high blood pressure that normally (Read more...)

GE Unveils Factory-in-a-Box for Virus-Based Therapies

The production of emerging virus-based gene therapies, cell therapies, vaccines, and cancer treatments requires new types of facilities for manufacturers to build. GE Healthcare promises to help make it easy by unveiling their KUBio “factory-in-a-box” offering. The company in particular hopes to fill a need for facilities that can (Read more...)

Spectralink Versity Smartphones Designed for Hospital Use

Smartphones have become commonly used tools in modern hospitals, connecting clinicians to in-house electronic medical records, providing research capabilities, and even functioning as the core components of medical tools such as ophthalmoscopes, stethoscopes, and even therapeutic devices. Yet, smartphones are designed for consumers and often lack f (Read more...)

Google Serfdom: Publishing in The Digital Age

As many of our readers know, Medgadget has been in existence since 2004. That’s fourteen years dedicated to bringing you the latest medical technology news, FDA approvals, exclusive interviews, product reviews, reports from conferences, and special contests such as our Medical Sci-Fi competition. We are a group of MDs, biomed engineers, and m (Read more...)