(Newsmax Health) -- Could a wearable device help you lose weight by listening to your gut? The answer for Dr. Brennan Spiegel, director of health services research at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, is a hopeful maybe.
(CNBC) -- Doctors at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles are testing out a new wearable called "AbStats," that can read the stomach in a similar manner to how a Fitbit tracks steps.
Investment will facilitate the launch the FDA Cleared AbStats system to key hospitals and gastroenterologists.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has cleared the use of a device invented at UCLA that could improve care for patients with gastrointestinal problems.
Digital health futurist, Maneesh Juneja, talks to Dr Brennan Spiegel to hear in more detail about the journey to get the AbStats wearable biosensor from concept to clinic.
(MobiHealthNews) -- GI Logic has received FDA 510(k) clearance for a novel device that noninvasively monitors the digestive system after patients have surgery.
(Press Release) — Recording Vibratory Signals will give Physicians access to never before available non–invasive diagnostic information
(U Magazine) — The AbStats system is one of the key sensor technologies set to change the future of medicine, as highlighted in the Medicine 2.0 feature in the latest edition of UCLA Health's quarterly newsletter.
GI Logic is honored to have received ISO 13485:2003 certification for the design and manufacture of its Acoustic Gastro-Intestinal Surveillance (AGIS) biosensor from the British Standards Institute (BSI). This important certification is the first step in achieving compliance with European regulatory requirements to sell the AbStats AGIS biosensor in countries outside the USA. ISO 13485:2003 [...]
Physicians May Soon Say Goodbye to the Stethoscope, as Digital Devices Take Over the Job of Monitoring Patient Bodily Functions
(Dark Daily) -- Is technology poised to render the iconic stethoscope passé? For centuries, doctors have used stethoscopes for listening to functions in different parts of the body. However, new devices now exist that employ electronic biosensors to “listen” in on those same sounds and analyze them with computer algorithms. The devices then deliver assessments [...]