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The year 2018 is nearly over, and it is time for us to reveal what we believe were the most notable developments in medical technology. We considered a technology’s clinical importance, the greatness of the leap that it’s making over existing solutions, as well as how we expect it to be adopted by doctors and nurses. Additionally, we place great value on the novelty, the engineering brilliance embedded within, and how a new technology makes possible what recently seemed nearly inconceivable. As such, a technology that may not be the most useful, but if it strikes our imagination and opens up new possibilities in the future, we are glad to include it in our winner’s list.

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