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Multimillion pound health and innovation institute opening in Manchester

Multimillion pound health and innovation institute opening in Manchester

A new, multimillion pound institute for health technology and research innovation is set to open in Manchester, UK. Led by a consortium at the University...
Leading European health innovators EIT Health expand into in Ireland

Leading European health innovators EIT Health expand into in Ireland

EIT Health, a network of best-in-class health innovators supported by the European Union’s European Institute of Innovation and Technology, is expanding into Ireland. The network,...
inclusive healthcare

Providing inclusive healthcare for Deaf patients worldwide

Interpreters are integral for addressing healthcare inequalities and providing inclusive healthcare for Deaf patients worldwide
sheet technology

Improving infection control with innovation in sheet technology

Hospital linens are a key vector in infection control: ASAP, Norway’s next-generation sheet technology, can protect both patients and staff
EOlife: assisting ventilation with AI when every second counts

EOlife: assisting ventilation with AI when every second counts

Artificial intelligence to the rescue of cardiopulmonary arrest patients. Archeon takes its name from the Acheron river, a tributary of the legendary Styx, which, in...
Preventing venous needle dislodgement with fibre-optic surveillance

Preventing venous needle dislodgement with fibre-optic surveillance

Redsense Medical’s affordable and easy-to-use haemorrhage safeguard protects kidney patients all around the world from venous needle dislodgement, a potentially fatal complication of haemodialysis. The...
Discover the new technology managing cancer symptoms for patients

Discover the new technology managing cancer symptoms for patients

In a new trial, cancer patients across the UK have been using the eRAPID technology system to help them manage their cancer symptoms. The system...
How data science is driving innovations in medical biotechnology

How data science is driving innovations in medical biotechnology

In this article, Ramya Sriram, digital content manager at freelance platform for scientists, Kolabtree, explains how data science is driving innovations in medical biotechnology. It...
Could ‘virtual biopsies’ revolutionise cancer diagnosis?

Could ‘virtual biopsies’ revolutionise cancer diagnosis?

Invasive tissue biopsies for cancer diagnosis could be replaced with ‘virtual biopsies’ in the future thanks to an advanced new computing technique. The new technique,...
How AI is streamlining physician workflows

How AI is streamlining physician workflows

In this article, Rahul Varshneya co-founder of software development firm, Arkenea, discusses how Artificial Intelligence is streamlining physicians’ workflows like no other technology. Most of...
Algorithm risk of heart attack

Algorithm to identify heart attack risk before symptoms develop

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh are leading a project to develop an algorithm for identifying patients at risk of heart attack before symptoms...
infection control plan

Innovative infection control plan allows businesses to reopen safely

Coastal Health's infection control plan uses real-time ATP surface health analytics to provide facilities with the ability to adjust janitorial services to ensure employees and visitors are safe
histopathology

Transforming histopathology with digital screening

The Digital Histopathology Screening platform can detect multiple biomarkers in a single tissue section, leading to personalised cancer treatment and improved patient outcomes
Digital predictive technology

Digital predictive technology and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Health Europa’s Rosemary Lobley spoke to NEPeSMO about its COPDPredict solution that uses digital predictive technology to anticipate exacerbations in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Digital...
Applying virtual reality to stroke rehab and neurodegenerative diseases

Applying virtual reality to stroke rehab and neurodegenerative diseases

A new study has developed a novel, wearable rehabilitation device that uses virtual reality to increase brain connectivity. The study, carried out at one of...
Predict and prevent: time to re-appraise your healthcare technology

Predict and prevent: time to re-appraise your healthcare technology

The ability for healthcare technology to predict risks could be a huge benefit to healthcare professionals. You will have likely seen the impressive TV ads...
Diagnosing dysphagia in COVID-19 with telemedicine

Diagnosing dysphagia in COVID-19 with telemedicine

Clinicians who are diagnosing and treating dysphagia in COVID-19 patients should use telemedicine in order to reduce risk to themselves, say experts. The COVID-19 pandemic...
European public services overspending on technology

European public services overspending on technology

New research has shown that European Public Service organisations are overspending on technology. New research from Insight has shown that 94% of European public service...
Confidence in AI for improving patient outcomes in endoscopy grows

Confidence in AI for improving patient outcomes in endoscopy grows

A new survey has shown that gastroenterology clinicians strongly support AI in endoscopy to deliver improved outcomes for patients. A survey of endoscopists, GI nurses,...

The Department of Information Science, Faculty of Engineering and Science at Saga University, Japan

The Department of Information Science, Faculty of Engineering and Science at Saga University, Japan, specialises in a number of areas including applied mathematics, information...

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