JAMES HARRINGTON

Editor-in-Chief 20+ years of diverse and extensive experience in higher education including teaching, research, and university and community service in overseas universities and colleges. Associate Editor, and publications in international refereed journals and presented most of them in international conferences in the fields of Applied Multivariate Statistics, Mortality, Social Science, Economics. Mail: globalqyresearch@gmail.com

Neuroform Atlas Stent System to Treat Brain Aneurysms with Embolic Coils is awarded FDA Approval

Neuroform Atlas Stent System to Treat Brain Aneurysms with Embolic Coils is awarded FDA Approval

Neuroform Atlas Stent system developed by the company, Stryker has recently been granted FDA approval. The system designed by the company, so far is only the second stent to have received the approval for performing a procedure such as treating wide- neck, intracranial aneurysms in conjunction with embolic detachable coils. To curb further expansion of […]

First New Therapy to Treat Heart Attacks in Years receives FDA Approval New Heart attack therapy

First New Therapy to Treat Heart Attacks in Years receives FDA Approval

The standard of care routine to treat heart attacks is by placing stents at the sites of narrowing coronary arteries. The advancement in cath labs has made it possible for interventional cardiologists to place these stents not only accurately but also within a matter of a few minutes. According to the latest reports, FDA has […]

Next Generation WATCHMAN FLX Stroke-Preventing Device by Boston Sci; Cleared in EU WATCHMAN FLX Stroke-Preventing Device

Next Generation WATCHMAN FLX Stroke-Preventing Device by Boston Sci; Cleared in EU

Next generation of the WATCHMAN FLX Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) device by Boston Scientific landed the European CE Mark. The objective of the device is to isolate the left atrial appendage of the heart, the place where stroke-causing blood clots tend to form in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (AFib). The new generation of […]

Augmented Reality System Lets Severely Disabled Operate Own Robots The disabled person will be able to control the robot

Augmented Reality System Lets Severely Disabled Operate Own Robots

In the case of disabled people, it is often understood that the robots kept for them will need to be extremely smart, so much that they can easily replace human caretakers. However, instead of empowering these robots, a different approach has been tried by the engineers at Georgia Tech. In their approach, it is the […]

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