All articles by Kiays Khalil

Kiays Khalil

Kiays Khalil is a healthcare reporter for Medical Devices Network. Based in Manchester, he covers industry news and technology developments. He has experience working in the financial news sector, covering both retail and institutional investing, as well as the latest technologies they use. Kiays has a wealth of knowledge working in multimedia and is keen to have open conversations on technology that will have an underlying impact on the healthcare sector. He holds a BA in International Journalism from the University of Central Lancashire.

Medical Device Network Review 2023

As the year draws to an end the Medical Device Network looks back at some of the biggest events of 2023 in the medical device industry.

CARMAT opens artificial heart facility in France

CARMAT sets up new artificial heart facility in Bois-d’Arcy, France expanding its production capacity.

GE HealthCare and AirStrip sign US distribution agreement

The new collaboration will see GE HealthCare become the sole distributor of AirStrip cardiology in the US.

Qnovia’s inhaled smoking cessation therapy triumphs in first clinical study

The company is pursuing regulatory approval for its, QN-01 device in the US and UK.

Modus X robotic exoscope breaks into Europe

Synaptive Medical debuts its Modus X robotic exoscope in Europe with the first installation in Italy.

Thermo Fisher and Flagship Pioneering partner to establish platform companies

The strategic partnership between Thermo Fisher Scientific and Flagship Pioneering will focus on creating platform companies to power the biotech ecosystem and accelerate the development of first-in-class therapies.

Myocene signs contract with OGC Nice football club

Myocene scores big with new contract to supply OGC Nice with its medical device for measuring muscle fatigue.

Augmented & Virtual reality in the classroom

Dr. Marc-Angelo Bisotti, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder of ApoQlar explored the future tools that will be used in the classroom of healthcare professionals. With a focus on augmented and virtual reality Bisotti explored the risk and cost factors that come with the technology.

GE HealthCare debut new AI tech at RSNA 2023

More than 40 new innovations are showcased by GE HealthCare at RSNA including AI enabled imaging tools.

6G is a key technology for the health sector

6G has plenty of potential to be implemented in the healthcare system found out what the future holds in this interview with Christoph Lipps, Researcher at DFKI and Lecturer at the RPTU Kaiserslautern.