Top 10 for 2018

#1 Hybrid Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery System

#1 Hybrid Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery System

This approach has not just made T1D management easier than ever, it is also getting praise for stabilizing blood glucose at an unprecedented level.


#2 Neuromodulation to Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea

#2 Neuromodulation to Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea

While C.P.A.P. is the gold standard treatment for OSA, the risk of misuse or discontinued use has created an opportunity for innovators to search for a less intrusive way to treat it. The result is ne


#3 Gene Therapy for Inherited Retinal Diseases

#3 Gene Therapy for Inherited Retinal Diseases

In 2018 gene therapy is expected to make its comeback with expected FDA approvals for a variety of inherited retinal diseases (“IRDs”).


#4 The Unprecedented Reduction of LDL Cholesterol

#4 The Unprecedented Reduction of LDL Cholesterol

These new drugs are taking cholesterol to low levels never seen before.


#5 The Emergence of Distance Health

#5 The Emergence of Distance Health

In 2018, the prevalence of connectivity enables distance health.


#6 Next Generation Vaccine Platforms

#6 Next Generation Vaccine Platforms

In 2018, innovators will be upgrading the entire vaccine infrastructure to support the rapid development of new vaccines (a concept that was #1 on the Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2015).


#7 Arsenal of Targeted Breast Cancer Therapies

#7 Arsenal of Targeted Breast Cancer Therapies

For breast cancer patients that are BRCA1 or BRCA2 positive, there is new hope for a targeted therapy that is already seeing success in the ovarian cancer market.


#8 Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

#8 Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

After seeing substantial growth in hospital readmissions and an opioid epidemic spiraling out of control, it is clear that physicians need to overhaul the post-surgery strategies currently in use.


#9 Centralized Monitoring of Hospital Patients

#9 Centralized Monitoring of Hospital Patients

Centralized monitoring has emerged as the answer, as part of a “mission control” operation in which off-site personnel use advanced equipment monitor patients.


#10 Scalp Cooling for Reducing Chemotherapy Induced Hair Loss

#10 Scalp Cooling for Reducing Chemotherapy Induced Hair Loss

The practice of “Scalp Cooling” has been shown to be highly effective for preserving hair in women receiving neoadjuvant or adjuvant chemotherapy for early-stage breast cancer.


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