Overworked care staff in nursing homes and hospitals may soon have their workload...
- Robot assistant to improve elderly care in nursing homes
- Trusting tech with health questions in the latest Medical Technology
- Pearse Keane Q&A: how open access AI is bringing ophthalmology into focus
- Future diabetes care: deep brain stimulation and implanted insulin
- ImaginAb partners with pharma giants on CD8 ImmunoPET tech
Obstacle course for sperm is helping IVF scientists find the best swimmers
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that 12% of women in the US aged 15–44 years have difficulty becoming pregnant.
Medtronic’s extravascular ICD is pushing innovation
Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators are a fast-growing market, primarily driven by the increasing prevalence of arrhythmia as well as advances in technology by combining the features of a traditional pacemaker into the devices.
NSF International Expands Health Sciences Group
The transaction creates a single access point for medical device and pharma / biotech product developers seeking integrated, expert services throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Robot assistant to improve elderly care in nursing homes
Overworked care staff in nursing homes and hospitals may soon have their workload reduced with the help of a Social & Autonomous Robotic health Assistant (SARA), an innovation supported by EIT Digital.
UK-US alliance launched to boost early cancer detection
An international alliance comprising UK and US scientists has been launched with more than £55m in financial support to develop strategies and technologies to boost the detection of cancers at the early stage.
India’s Health Ministry to scrutinise all medical devices under CDSCO
India’s Union Health Ministry has announced that medical devices intended for human and animal use will go through the scrutiny of the Central Drugs and Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO).
Fitbit enters AFib diagnosis deal with BMS-Pfizer Alliance
Fitbit has partnered with Bristol-Myers Squibb-Pfizer Alliance (BMS-Pfizer Alliance) to boost early detection of atrial fibrillation (AFib) in those with an increased risk of stroke.
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