All articles by Charlotte Edwards

  1. Pocket ultrasound: a new era of medical imaging

    Charlotte Edwards: Can you explain how the portable ultrasound scanner works? Gioel Molinari: Butterfly iQ is the first ever handheld…
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    16 Apr
  2. Medical technologies to fight air pollution in our cities

    Late last year, research by the University of Chicago revealed that air pollution could be reducing global life expectancy rates…
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    28 Feb
  3. Beyond BMI: Bioelectrical impedance analysis

    Bio-electrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) is a method used to monitor health by looking at body composition. It measures body fat…
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    27 Feb
  4. Neuron-mimicking brain implant could offer safer brain study and treatments

    Researchers at Harvard University in the US have designed a probe that looks, acts and feels like a real neuron…
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    26 Feb
  5. Philips showcases augmented reality for image-guided therapies

    Royal Philips has unveiled a new mixed reality concept to aid in minimally invasive surgeries, which it has developed with…
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    25 Feb
  6. UK government considers creating compulsory medical implant register

    The UK government is considering creating a compulsory medical device register, which could register every implantable device in every patient…
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    22 Feb
  7. Detecting language problems: a tech-assisted vision for earlier diagnosis

    Studies in the UK have suggested that as many as one in ten children struggle with speech and language difficulties….
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    21 Feb
  8. The critical moment: can machine learning save lives in sepsis care?

    Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when a patient’s natural bodily responses to an infection go into overdrive and…
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    20 Feb
  9. National Heart Month: blood pressure monitors are changing diabetes care

    In the US and UK, February is National Heart Month, which exists to raise awareness of the risks and consequences…
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    20 Feb
  10. PET/CT imaging agent could improve acute venous thromboembolism diagnosis

    Researchers based at the University of Ulsan College of Medicine in the Republic of Korea have found that the positron…
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    18 Feb
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