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Ainone Balance: objective balance scoring in neurological treatment

Human performance is the essential outcome of neurological health. Nothing happens without the central nervous system: the eyes would not move, the heart would not...
Project to use smart technology to detect heart problems

Project to use smart technology to detect heart problems

A new project has received a research grant to explore the efficacy of smart technology devices in detecting heart rhythm problems. The Oxford University Hospitals...
Cymatics for healthcare: applying the science of sound in cancer surgery

Cymatics for healthcare: applying the science of sound in cancer surgery

The world's first scientific acoustic instrument that renders sound visible in water – the CymaScope – may help surgeons differentiate between healthy and cancerous...
B Medical Systems advice ahead of new medical devices regulations

B Medical Systems give advice ahead of new medical devices regulations

A leading medical equipment manufacturer is urging healthcare and pharmaceutical companies involved in the production, distribution and procurement of medical devices to ensure that...

Discover B Medical Systems’ medical refrigerators, freezers, and transport boxes

B Medical Systems S.a r.l (formely Dometic/Electrolux) is a global manufacturer and distributor of innovative vaccine storage solutions, including vaccine cold chain and medical...
Study reveals top-performing point-of-care COVID-19 tests

Study reveals top-performing point-of-care COVID-19 tests

A new study has revealed the top-performing point-of-care COVID-19 tests that meet the recently published World Health Organization (WHO) "desirable" Target Product Profile (TPP)...
Detecting burnout through sweat with a wearable sensor

Detecting burnout through sweat with a wearable sensor

A newly developed wearable sensor could soon help to detect whether someone has reached the point of ‘burnout’ by measuring cortisol levels in sweat. The...
New spinal improvement partnership aims to improve patient safety

New spinal improvement partnership aims to ensure patient safety

A new spinal improvement partnership in the UK aims to ensure medical products are safe and effective for patients. The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust...
Remote blood pressure management effective and low-cost

Remote blood pressure management effective and low-cost

Remote monitoring of blood pressure can offer personalised support and can result in better hypertension management than face-to-face consultations according to a new study. A...
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...
Cumberlege review: law firm seeks redress and accountability

Cumberlege review: law firm seeks redress and accountability

Global law firm PGMBM has welcomed the publication of the Cumberlege review, an independent report into the safety and side-effects of treatments recommended and...
Developing soft and flexible biocompatible electronic devices

Developing soft and flexible biocompatible electronic devices

Currently, medical devices used for pacemakers and implants are clunky, rigid, and non-biocompatible. Now, scientists are one step closer to developing soft and flexible...
A paradigm shift in impairment testing for cannabis: The DRUID® App

A paradigm shift in impairment testing for cannabis: The DRUID® App

Introducing DRUID (DRiving Under the Influence of Drugs) the public health app testing for cannabis - measuring your level of competency essential to skillful...
Discover the new brain stimulation treatment for depression

Discover the new brain stimulation treatment for depression

Patients are now being offered a new medically approved brain stimulation headset that could be the new treatment for depression – could this have...
Use of mechanical resuscitation devices are rising – but do we need them?

Use of mechanical resuscitation devices are rising – but do we need them?

Despite significant cost and minimal evidence that mechanical resuscitation devices benefit patients, the devices are being used more often than ever. The research, published in...
The digital anatomy 3D printer: Bringing ultra-realistic simulation and realism to models

The digital anatomy 3D printer: Bringing ultra-realistic simulation and realism to models

The days of using cadavers or animals for medical training and surgical preparation may be numbered with Stratasys digital anatomy 3D printer. 3D printing leader...
Light therapy: laying groundwork for personalised medical technology

Light therapy: laying groundwork for personalised medical technology

Researchers have demonstrated a new technology for gauging the effectiveness of light therapy to synchronise human circadian rhythms. University of New Mexico researchers and their...
Innovative battery technology for wearable healthcare devices

Innovative battery technology for wearable healthcare devices

The Director of Jenax Inc. explains the medical applications of J.Flex, a truly flexible battery that fits into the world of wearable healthcare devices. Jenax...
Vascular closure devices market is expected to reach $1,286m (~€1,154m) by 2026

Vascular closure devices market is expected to reach $1,286m (~€1,154m) by 2026

Did you know that the global vascular closure devices market was valued at $705m in 2017 and is expected to reach $1286m by 2026? The...
Brain computer interface – the rising adoption of wearable medical devices

Brain computer interface – the rising adoption of wearable medical devices

Explore the current and upcoming trends regarding brain computer interface, the device that can help to create a pathway between the brain and surrounding...

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