U-M researchers make progress on extraordinary new artificial womb technology that could one day help extremely premature babies continue to develop outside the womb.
Microscopic nanoparticles could be the key to blocking bacterial proteins that cause infections to spread — technology with particular benefit to high-risk hospital patients.
A potential solution to help get immobile bodies moving? A vibrating device to activate muscles — fulfilling a key part of a patient’s recovery while in intensive care.
A new trial plans to identify patients at urban hospitals who are at risk of hypertension and use text messages to help them reduce their blood pressure and obtain follow-up care.
A newly approved stent designed to treat glaucoma is a new option for some patients at U-M’s Kellogg Eye Center, one of the first centers in the country to offer it.
A new digital tool offers an evidence-based guide to vascular access devices that could change bedside decisions — and boost patient safety.