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Health System Turns To RFID To Slash Infection Rates

Dan Bowman | FierceHealth IT | January 13, 2014

Infection control via improved hand-washing efforts is the impetus for a recently announced pilot project involving big data and wireless sensors at Columbus, Ohio-based OhioHealth. Read More »

Mobius Bionics to Bring DEKA’s LUKE Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm to Market - Developed in Collaboration with DARPA and the VA

Press Release | Mobius Bionics LLC, Universal Instruments Corporation | July 12, 2016

Mobius Bionics LLC is pleased to announce the commercial introduction of the LUKE arm. The LUKE arm is the first prosthetic arm cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the new product category for integrated prosthetic arms. Developed by DEKA Research & Development Corp. (DEKA), the LUKE arm incorporates the latest technology in electronics, motors, batteries, and materials. The arm offers state-of-the-art flexibility, strength, and dexterity to provide greater independence for people with forearm through shoulder-level amputations.