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By  Laura Lovett 12:25 pm April 2, 2021
Israeli imaging startup Nanox has landed FDA clearance for its single-source digital X-ray Nanox.ARC, the company announced today. Nanox came on the imaging scene pitching to lower costs and sell its system via a price-per-scan model. The company’s system combines an in-hospital scanning device with a companion cloud software tool. The X-ray device, which just landed the single-source clearance,...
The platform offers end-to-end data management software solutions for the collection, analysis, visualization and archiving of ICU clinical data.
By  Mallory Hackett 11:41 am December 3, 2020
Etiometry has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to add enhancements to its clinical decision support platform for the intensive care environment. Its platform offers end-to-end data management software solutions for the collection, analysis, visualization and archiving of ICU clinical data. With its T3 Data Aggregation and Visualization software, clinicians get...
By  Mallory Hackett 11:44 am September 14, 2020
Fitbit’s new electrocardiogram app has officially received regulatory clearance in the U.S. and European Union for its latest smartwatch, the Fitbit Sense, to monitor heart rhythm and detect atrial fibrillation. Now that the app has 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and CE marking, Fitbit Sense users can access the ECG app beginning in October. The company conducted a...
By  Dave Muoio 11:45 am August 29, 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel-based Biobeat has been granted 510(k) clearance for a remote monitoring device capable of measuring the wearer’s blood pressure, oxygenation and heart rate. Designed for use in the hospital or at home, the device is available as either a wristwatch or adhesive patch. Of particular note, the products differentiate themselves from other remote monitoring devices through a...
By  Dave Muoio 05:47 pm May 13, 2019
Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel-based deep learning startup Zebra Medical Vision announced yesterday that it has received an 510(k) clearance for an artificial intelligence tool that can read medical imaging to identify potential cases of pneumothorax — a build-up of gas between a lung and the chest wall. The HealthPNX product scans a chest X-ray or digital radiography scan for signs of the condition,...
By  Laura Lovett 02:17 pm January 23, 2019
Looking to modernize the 510(k) process, yesterday the FDA announced its final guidance establishing the framework for the new Safety and Performance Based Pathway.  The biggest change to the 510(k) program is that instead of testing a new device in comparison to what is already on the market, new technology seeking clearance can be measured against a set of “objective, transparent and well...
By  Dave Muoio 02:04 pm January 10, 2019
The FDA has granted 510(k) clearance to an over-the-counter handheld electronic device for treating hay fever sinus pains, according to an announcement from its manufacturer. Tivic Health Systems’ ClearUP Sinus Pain Relief device is non-invasive and does not rely on a pharmacological component. Instead, the single-button device is run along the skin of the user's cheek, nose and brow, where it...
By  Dave Muoio 02:28 pm November 28, 2018
Basking Ridge, New Jersey-based medical device maker Electrocore has received a 510(k) clearance expanding the label of its non-invasive vagus nerve stimulator (VNS) therapy device to include cluster headache prevention. According to a release from the company announcing the news, no other devices or pharmacologic treatments have received this indication from the agency. Therapy using the...
By  Brian Dolan 07:24 am February 13, 2014
While the most recent meeting made headlines, the first time Apple executives actually met with the FDA wasn't at the end of 2013, but rather three-and-a-half years ago. The Financial Times pointed this out earlier this month. On June 11, 2010 Apple's Vice President of Software Technology Bud Tribble and the company's VP of Worldwide Government Affairs Cathy Novelli met with the FDA's Director of...
By  Brian Dolan 04:38 am January 13, 2014
This month the FDA cleared the second generation of Waltham, Massachusetts-based EarlySense's passive and contactless bedside monitor, which continuous measures respiration rate, heart rate and motion. Among the changes to the system are more sophisticated management tools to help administrators better measure and track quality goals. "One of the very strong attributes of our technology and...