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A new measure in the fight against choking deaths with LifeVac

A new measure in the fight against choking deaths with LifeVac

Have you ever said “It went down the wrong way” or “It went down the wrong hole” when eating or drinking? You would not...
Preventing medical emergencies from dehydration with Aquarate

Preventing medical emergencies from dehydration with Aquarate

Aquarate is preventing predictable and avoidable medical emergencies from dehydration with Hydracare technology. Hydracare technology ensures accurate and automated fluid monitoring to increase hydration and...
The creation of a European Health Union

The creation of a European Health Union

The European Commission is beginning the building of the new European Health Union to help strengthen the EU’s health security framework, and to reinforce...
Preparing for the future: global unity over pandemic preparedness

Preparing for the future: global unity over pandemic preparedness

Countries have come together to recognise that the COVID-19 pandemic will not be the last global health emergency and to outline the need for...
Emergency medical supplies market to reach €45.04bn by 2026

Emergency medical supplies market to reach €45.04bn by 2026

The emergency medical supplies market was valued at more than $30.0bn (€25.60bn) in 2019 and is forecast to observe a CAGR of over -17.8%...
UK Government announces funding package to prepare NHS for winter

UK Government announces funding package to prepare NHS for winter

The UK Government has announced a funding package of £300m which will be allocated to 117 NHS Trusts to upgrade A&E facilities in time...
Telehealth and emergency care in Norway

Telehealth and emergency care in Norway

HEQ speaks to Jodapro CEO Kristil Håland about the company’s secure telehealth provision. Norwegian tech innovator Jodapro delivers the software and hardware needed to connect...
covid-19 ultrasound

COVID-19 ultrasound research receives funding boost

US-based non-profit the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) has partnered with Fujifilm Sonosite, a point-of-care ultrasound provider, to drive research into COVID-19. Fujifilm Sonosite will contribute...
UK coronavirus policy putting people in vulnerable category at risk

UK coronavirus policy putting people in vulnerable category at risk

According to a new paper the UK’s coronavirus policy does not protect those aged between 60 and 69 who are at increased risk of...
HSE advises healthcare workers to ensure RPE is correctly fitted

HSE advises healthcare workers to ensure RPE is correctly fitted

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) wants to ensure all healthcare workers are protected through the proper fitting of Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE). Britain’s national...
Telehealth and coronavirus: reducing the impact of the pandemic

Telehealth and coronavirus: reducing the impact of the pandemic

In a time of restricted movement, caring for patients can pose a number of challenges. However, telehealth is revolutionising how we practice care, and...
EpiGUARD: providing solutions for medical isolation and transportation

EpiGuard: providing solutions for medical isolation and transportation

EpiGuard offers solutions for medical isolation and transport systems that can help ease the burden on healthcare systems during disease pandemics and outbreaks. Established by...
Jodapro: bringing fast medical diagnosis to emergency response teams

Jodapro: bringing fast medical diagnosis to emergency response teams

Introducing Jodapro, the Norwegian company that provides a secure video solution for pre-hospital services – bringing speedy medical diagnosis to those requiring urgent medical...
SureWash: safe hand hygiene encouraged by augmented reality apps

SureWash: safe hand hygiene encouraged by augmented reality apps

SureWash, the Irish tech company, have stepped into the world of augmented reality apps and launched an interactive software system helping to promote safe...
The endocrine system: steroids put patients at high risk for COVID-19

The endocrine system: steroids put patients at high risk for COVID-19

Patients with endocrine system related diseases, and those who are taking a class of steroid medications called glucocorticoids, are at high risk for COVID-19. The...
COVID-19: first comprehensive estimates from mainland China

COVID-19: first comprehensive estimates from mainland China

The first comprehensive estimates from mainland China of the proportion of people with COVID-19 who required hospitalisation, and latest death rate estimates, both show...
Manchester scientists and clinicians respond to COVID-19 crisis

Manchester scientists and clinicians respond to COVID-19 crisis

In an unprecedented move, scientists and clinicians across Greater Manchester have formed a rapid response research group to find ways to beat the COVID-19...
Horizon 2020 collaboration to develop COVID-19 vaccine

Horizon 2020 collaboration to develop COVID-19 vaccine

OPENCORONA consortium has been awarded €3m funding by Horizon 2020 to support emergency research and development against the COVID-19 outbreak, aiming to develop a...

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