All articles by Charlotte Edwards

  1. How close are 3D printed organs to reality?

    The financial year of 2017/18 saw the highest number of organs ever donated in the UK. However, as organ donation…
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    6 Sep
  2. Wearable health technology: fads or the future?

    As the wearable health technology market continues to grow it can be hard to distinguish the trendy consumer devices from…
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    5 Sep
  3. Migraine: is gammaCore the solution?

    During this year’s Migraine Awareness Week, which runs from 2-8 September, the struggle to find successful pain relief treatments is…
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    4 Sep
  4. Remote health monitoring: the benefits of keeping in touch

    Remote health monitoring, also referred to as remote patient monitoring, is the process of using technology to monitor patients in…
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    28 Aug
  5. Wireless charging: the breakthrough medical devices are waiting for?

    Personalised implants could drastically change the way medical treatments are given and received, but issues surrounding the invasiveness of such…
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    28 Aug
  6. UK Government gives medical product companies no-deal Brexit advice

    The UK Government has issued information regarding what medical product businesses should do in the event of a no-deal Brexit….
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    24 Aug
  7. Materials used in medical implants: how is the industry breaking the mould?

    Materials used in medical implants vary from the well-known to the obscure. The following is a collection of some of…
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    22 Aug
  8. Simple paper test detects false or insufficient antibiotics

    Researchers at Colorado State University have developed a simple and inexpensive paper-based test that can quickly identify fake or substandard…
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    22 Aug
  9. Ultrathin artificial retinas: a vision of the future

    The world’s first ultrathin artificial retina, which could drastically improve visualisation technology for the blind, has been created by researchers…
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    21 Aug
  10. Paper battery fuelled by bacteria could power diagnostic devices

    Researchers from the State University of New York, Binghamton, have developed a new type of battery made of paper and…
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    20 Aug