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Making robotic surgery safe: why training is key to avoiding tragedy

An inquest into the death of a patient who underwent a robotically-assisted heart operation in the UK concluded that the patient’s death was directly caused by the operation and the robotic assistance, and noted a lack of benchmarks for training on new technologies. Robotic systems are already revolutionising surgery in many ways, but what training and support needs to be in place to make sure it’s safe?

The doctor will see you now: making the whole patient-GP relationship virtual

The UK is slowly progressing towards a situation where it may be possible for a patient’s entire relationship with primary healthcare providers, like GPs, to be virtual. From ensuring quick access to patient data, to the patient- doctor consultation and from ordering prescriptions to tracking adherence and feeding back data, a seamless virtual cycle is entirely imaginable– but how will it work in real life?

Modular Packaging for Medical Device Products

Pharmaceutical processors are under ever mounting pressures to streamline processes, increase flexibility and responsiveness and reduce unit costs in the face of new market realities.

What loose coatings mean for medtech

A recent study published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Pathology concluded that there had been three deaths associated with catheter coatings becoming loose and spreading via the patient’s bloodstream.

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