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Robotic-assisted neurosurgery

Used during a procedure which uses intracerebral electrodes to measure electrical signals

Insulin pumps versus injections

Researchers from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and the University of Sheffield among first to compare effectiveness of traditional methods in...

Exploring the convergence of consumer and professional medical devices

Neil Oliver explores the use of portable medical devices in home healthcare and patient's expectations

Sensing how cells respond to mechanical stimuli

The Catholic University of Rome uses the JPK NanoWizard AFM & CellHesion systems

Blood, sweat and tears

New ways to monitor glucose levels in diabetes are emerging including a wearable sensor and a receiver

The rise of teleoperation

Recent years have seen a significant increase in the usage of remotely operated systems in a range of industries, including surgical robots

Blood testing functionality for enhanced critical care patient management

Proxima bedside blood gas, electrolyte and metabolite analyser now with Trend Graphs

Non-ducted cabinet

Filtration and fume cabinets enable development of infectious disease diagnostics

Bedside blood gas monitoring

Hospital ICU study demonstrates significant reduction in time to blood gas result using Sphere Medical’s Proxima

Enhanced adenoma detection

The G-EYE system employs a permanently-integrated balloon at the tip of the conventional endoscope

Call to improve medicine labelling

Some product assessment reports did not mention that they contained ingredients of animal origin

Image sensor enhances patient safety for digital radiography

New high sensitivity CCD image sensor provides video preview with low-dosage imaging

High cleanliness levels in the medical industry are a must

Cleaning medical products efficiently and reliably with process using CO2

Rare cancer can be caused by a reaction to gluten

New research shows gluten contributes to the development of a very rare, but deadly, blood cancer in a small group of coeliac patients

World's first app to be approved for contraception

Natural Cycles fertility tracking app uses a smart algorithm to help women pinpoint their fertility

Blood gas analyser

Novel patient dedicated analyser now delivers bedside blood gas and glucose analysis

Batteries for use in critical medical devices

The new smart battery, aimed predominately at the medical sector, delivers a higher performance than traditional sealed lead acid (SLA)...

Specialist urges hospitals to invest in handling equipment

In light of the widely acknowledged pressures on the NHS, electric tug specialist MasterMover is calling for hospital procurement officers...

High cleanliness levels in the medical industry are a must

Cleaning medical products efficiently and reliably with process using CO2

Healthcare's digital revolution

Jonathan Wilkins discusses the digital technologies that are revolutionising healthcare in the 21st century

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