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Could wearable technology improve infection control in care homes?

Could wearable technology improve infection control in care homes?

A new trial is to take place in care homes across the UK to see if wearable digital devices can help reduce COVID-19 infections...
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Surgeons develop new eyeglass device to display fluoroscopic images

Researchers from Murayama Medical Center, Tokyo, have developed a device that can be attached to everyday eyeglasses to display fluoroscopic images used for surgical...
Five trends driving telemedicine market forecast through 2026

Five trends driving telemedicine market forecast through 2026

The rising number of COVID-19 infections across the globe is one of the key factors driving the demand for telemedicine. A report from Global Market...
Drawing electric power from wireless telecommunication signals

Drawing electric power from wireless telecommunication signals

Professor Haruichi Kanaya presents a new renewable energy format suitable for IoT medical monitoring solutions. Monitoring vital information such as body temperature is critical for...
European Commission tests national contact tracing and warning apps

European Commission tests national contact tracing and warning apps

The European Commission has begun testing an interoperability gateway service for national contact tracing and warning apps to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19...
Moving to a smart era of hospital infrastructure with Saga University

Moving to a smart era of hospital infrastructure with Saga University

The Department of Information Science at Saga University is focusing on the construction of hospital infrastructure information systems related to medical, welfare, and nursing...
Wearable cardiac devices market worth more than €5.43bn by 2026

Wearable cardiac devices market worth more than €5.43bn by 2026

The wearable cardiac devices market was valued at more than $1.2bn (€1.02bn) in 2019 and is likely to expand at a healthy CAGR of...
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Advances in digital communication in the NHS: experts weigh in

An expert panel has offered in-depth analysis of current and future advances in digital communication across the UK’s healthcare sector. The panel, with participants including...
Laboratory automation: exploring the benefits and challenges

Laboratory automation: exploring the benefits and challenges

In this article, Todd Graham, a freelance scientist at Kolabtree, discusses the benefits and challenges of laboratory automation. Automation has transformed laboratories over the past...
Artificial Intelligence tool shows 50% COVID-19 mortality reduction

Artificial Intelligence tool shows 50% COVID-19 mortality reduction

The use of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool aiding personalised COVID-19 treatment decisions has been shown to lead to a 50% reduction in COVID-19...
Outdated NHS communications technology to be phased out by 2021

Outdated NHS communications technology to be phased out by 2021

The NHS is set to phase out its outdated communications technologies by 2021 with the launch of a new Clinical Communications Framework. In February 2019...
Community health, elderly care, and technology

Community health, elderly care, and technology

HEQ explores technology solutions for health and elderly care. According to figures produced by the World Health Organization (WHO), 20% of the world’s population will...

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