Aeroscena® Featured in 2019 Global Wellness Trends Report for Aromatherapy Innovations
Aeroscena® was recently featured in the 2019 Global Wellness Trends Report in an article entitled “Mediscent: Fragrance Gets a Makeover.” The article details ways in which scent is influencing wellness trends across multiple industries and environments, including medical, hospitality, travel and personal care, as well as product and brand marketing. Aeroscena® was highlighted as a pioneering force for clinical aromatherapy in the United States, where its medical use and acceptance has faced more significant hurdles than in other countries, in particular, those in Western Europe.
Challenge America, VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System, and Cleveland Clinic Innovations Kick off their Makers For Veterans Program to Create Innovative Solutions for Seven Injured Veterans
Challenge America, the VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System (VANEOHS), and Cleveland Clinic Innovations are gathering Cleveland-area engineers, designers, programmers, and other professionals for the first Challenge America: Makers for Veterans (CAMVETS) program. CAMVETS assembles teams of experts to create innovative solutions to the unmet needs of injured Veterans. These solutions aim to produce dramatic improvements in the daily lives of Veterans, their loved ones, and many others who face similar challenges.
Dr. Stan Hazen's research and latest publication are just one of of the 64 discoveries and inventions that made the cut for the third annual STAT Madness, the bracket-style competition for scientific glory modeled on college basketball’s March Madness.
Cleveland Clinic’s Top 10 Medical Innovations For 2019
Use of artificial intelligence in healthcare, expanded window of opportunity in which to treat stroke patients, and alternative therapies for pain treatment/management are some of the innovations that will enhance healing and perhaps change healthcare this year, according to a panel of researchers and doctors.
Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2019
A panel of top doctors and researchers presentes the advancements with the power to transform healthcare this year.
Cleveland Clinic spinoff raises funds to develop novel therapies for multiple sclerosis
Cashel Neural, a small molecule biotech startup spun out of Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research Institute, said it has raised funding that will enable further development of specific molecules that can help make new myelin in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.
Cleveland Clinic pegs 10 top care innovations for 2019
In its annual assessment of emerging advancements, the Cleveland Clinic ranked the game-changing potential for new technologies—including information technology—that will hit the market in 2019. “The passion of our clinicians and researchers to get the best care for patients drives a continuous dialogue about what state-of-the art medical inventions are just over the horizon,” its announcement indicates.
Centerline Biomedical Announces FDA Submission for IOPS System
Centerline Biomedical, Inc., announced on January 22nd that the company submitted a 510(k) premarket notification application to the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its flagship product, the Intra-Operative Positioning System, IOPS.
Cleveland Clinic Using Augmented Reality to Enhance Liver Cancer Therapy
A form of augmented reality is being adapted by Cleveland Clinic research scientists and physicians for use in a wide array of clinical applications. Doctors are using a fully self-contained holographic computer –the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality device –to enhance the treatment of liver cancer, aortic aneurysms, ovarian cancer and even face transplant surgery.
19 things to look forward to in 2019
It's no secret that opioid deaths and overdoses are at crisis levels in the US. However, 2019 may bring new ways of fighting this epidemic. Every year, the Cleveland Clinic releases the most important medical advancements for the coming year, and at the top of its list for 2019 is alternative pain management therapies.