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Innovations in Health

Innovations in Health Technology

photo of Vivyan Tran
September 30, 2013

A doctor examines a patient with a stethoscope in her doctor's office in Stuttgart, Germany, April 28, 2008.(AP Photo/Thomas Kienzle)

Dr. T. Royle Dawber checks an X-Ray in his office on April 7, 1952.(AP Photo/Frank C. Curtin)

A man sits on an ergometer during an electrocardiogram in a doctor's surgery in Stuttgart, Germany, Friday, Feb. 6, 2009.(AP Photo/Thomas Kienzle)


Doctor Wolfgang Hartung presents a modern cardiac pacemaker in the Institute for Medical Technology Magdeburg, Nov. 26, 1998.(AP Photo/Eckehard Schulz)

Lu O'Connell reads during her four-hour dialysis procedure at the Dialysis Center of Lincoln, May 26, 1998.(AP Photo/S.E. McKee)

Equipment for electroconvulsive therapy, or shock treatment, is pictured at St. Mary's Hospital in Richmond, Va., Feb. 7, 1996.(AP Photo/Ken Bennett)


Dr. Mickey Eisenberg holds a pair of defibrillator paddles at the University of Washington Medical Center emergency room, Oct. 5, 2000.(AP Photo/Ralph Radford)

An ultrasound photo is pictured.(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

A mechanical heart, marketed as the HeartMate and made by Thermo Cardiosystems of Woburn, Mass., is pictured, April 11, 1996.(AP Photo)


Michael Gomez talks to a patient before a positron emission tomography cat scan, at River Radiology in Kingston, N.Y., June 15, 2007.(AP Photo/Mike Groll)

An image of a human brain is studied on a video screen at New York's Columbia-Presbitarian Medical Center on Aug. 28, 1985. The image is produced by the techinique called magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).(AP Photo/Warren Jorgensen)

A shadow is cast against a map of human genes during a news conference, Feb. 12, 2001, to discuss genome research.(AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


The Withings WiFi Body Scale measures your weight, body fat, lean muscle and Body Mass Index, and connects to the Internet so you can keep track of your measurements through its website or an iPhone app.(AP Photo/Withings)

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