Researchers at Jefferson Are Working to Improve Stroke Patients’ Long-Term Mobility With Brain Implants
Their recent clinical trial, which used implanted brain electrodes and a motorized brace to restore movement in a paralyzed arm, aims to pave the way for a fully implantable, wireless medical device.
Penn Medicine’s Interventional Support Center will clean and re-package surgical supplies for their hospitals and outpatient centers.
TELA Bio is striving to reduce the adverse effects of hernia repair with OviTex, their biological material-based surgical mesh product.
Newborn Babies Can Receive COVID-19 Antibodies From Mothers While in Utero, According to New Penn Study
The study conducted at Pennsylvania Hospital from April to August last year suggests that mothers who have had COVID-19 can provide some protection against the virus to their infants.
With an overarching goal to have a healthier mindset around nutrition, we’re working on eating — and living — guilt-free.
From flexible planning to “sitting and savoring,” these easy-to-implement tips will help you eat more mindfully and nutritiously.
With an established, yet continually growing market, Philadelphia is ranked among Boston, San Francisco and others on Newmark’s 2020 year-end report.
From how it differs from the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines to when it could be available for use, CHOP vaccine expert Paul Offit helps us break it down.
ScentClip, created by Penn Medicine anesthesiologist Mark-Alan Pizzini, is here to make mask-wearing a little more pleasant.
Kevin Volpp, director of the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics, shares five strategies the city could employ.
The center is now using SmartClip Soft Tissue Marker, which provides 3D, GPS-like navigation to help surgeons extract tumors with more precision.
Launched at Penn’s UPstart incubator, Haddonfield’s Linnaeus Therapeutics is in the early stages of clinical trials for an anti-cancer drug.
Microbiologist Susan Weiss explains why SARS-CoV-2 mutated, how these variants are different, and what it means for vaccines.