Center for Technology and Innovation in Pediatrics
CTIP - The Southern California pediatric medical device consortium

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Pediatric caretakers and practitioners often lack the means to objectively gauge the degree of outpatient respiratory symptoms in children. Decisions regarding prescribing appropriate therapies as well as response to these therapies are therefore often made without a clear understanding of ...

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration unveiled a proposal Tuesday designed to speed up development and approval of medical devices that treat life-threatening diseases and debilitating conditions. Under the Expedited Access Program,...

The first randomized trial of corrective helmets, which must be worn constantly and can be stressful for parents, found no better results than nontreatment.

A new Kickstarter campaign called Sleevey aims to change the way parents track how much their baby eats and drinks.