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An Australian Doctor’s Dream: Curing America’s Opioid Curse

An Australian Doctor’s Dream: Curing America’s Opioid Curse

Dr. George O’Neil has implanted a device he invented into thousands of Australians who abuse opioids. But is it an answer for America’s addiction crisis?
Women Who Sued Makers of Pelvic Mesh Are Suing Their Own Lawyers, Too

Women Who Sued Makers of Pelvic Mesh Are Suing Their Own Lawyers, Too

With nearly $8 billion paid out in mesh settlements, some women contend the lawyers who represented them took too much.
Women Who Sued Makers of Pelvic Mesh Are Suing Their Own Lawyers, Too

Women Who Sued Makers of Pelvic Mesh Are Suing Their Own Lawyers, Too

With nearly $8 billion paid out in mesh settlements, some women contend the lawyers who represented them took too much.
What Good Does a Pacemaker Do in a Corpse?

What Good Does a Pacemaker Do in a Corpse?

A Robin Hood-ing cardiologist decided that it was time to salvage the devices that lived beyond their human hosts.
To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

Why do medical devices sound so terrible? A group of clinicians, psychologists, musicians and designers are developing signals that are less startling and more informative. Listen here.
To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

Why do medical devices sound so terrible? A group of clinicians, psychologists, musicians and designers are developing signals that are less startling and more informative. Listen here.
To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

Why do medical devices sound so terrible? A group of clinicians, psychologists, musicians and designers are developing signals that are less startling and more informative. Listen here.
To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing

Why do medical devices sound so terrible? A group of clinicians, psychologists, musicians and designers are developing signals that are less startling and more informative. Listen here.
Is Your Heartbeat Off, or Blood Sugar High? On the Road, You Can Keep Track

Is Your Heartbeat Off, or Blood Sugar High? On the Road, You Can Keep Track

Travelers with heart conditions, diabetes and epilepsy can check on themselves — even report to their doctors — with new devices and apps.
Is Your Heartbeat Off, or Blood Sugar High? On the Road, You Can Keep Track

Is Your Heartbeat Off, or Blood Sugar High? On the Road, You Can Keep Track

Travelers with heart conditions, diabetes and epilepsy can check on themselves — even report to their doctors — with new devices and apps.
Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
These Medical Devices Are Inserted Into 500,000 Patients Each Year — but Are Tough to Sterilize

These Medical Devices Are Inserted Into 500,000 Patients Each Year — but Are Tough to Sterilize

Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize?

Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
These Medical Devices Are Inserted Into 500,000 Patients Each Year — but Are Tough to Sterilize

These Medical Devices Are Inserted Into 500,000 Patients Each Year — but Are Tough to Sterilize

Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the market.
Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Reusable duodenoscopes, used for internal examinations of patients, have been linked to a series of hospital outbreaks.
Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Reusable duodenoscopes, used for internal examinations of patients, have been linked to a series of hospital outbreaks.
Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Reusable duodenoscopes, used for internal examinations of patients, have been linked to a series of hospital outbreaks.
Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Hospitals Should Replace Infection-Prone Scopes With Safer Models, F.D.A. Says

Reusable duodenoscopes, used for internal examinations of patients, have been linked to a series of hospital outbreaks.