Laboratory-engineered noses, jaws and ears could be the next reality.
A researcher is looking to use lasers to perform biopsies without surgery.
Some states are allowing people to receive rescue kits without a prescription.
Pain can be induced in more ways that originally thought.
One suppler launched a program in an effort to curb costs and increase convenience.
Researchers are developing a new visualization system with wireless cameras, which could provide surgeons with more information during a procedure.
This new system integrates the mentor's illustrations with transparent displays to better connect the two.
Black Diamond Video’s Gesture Control was nominated for Surgical Products' 2015 Excellence in Surgical Products Awards.
Richard Vogel, the manual's author, shared some more insight with Surgical Products.
A study on the implementation of catheter guidelines showed more work needs to be done.
This is the first clinic in Texas that has reopened since the U.S. Supreme Court decision two months ago.
Doctors say this is because more people survive cancer the first time and live long enough to get it again.
Researchers developed the Risk-O-Meter to predict readmission rates.
Tru-Vu Monitors has released new 24-inch Medical/Surgical-Grade LCD displays and touch screens.