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- Q&A: LifeBank on the challenge of getting blood from A to B in Nigeria
- Robot assistant to improve elderly care in nursing homes
- Trusting tech with health questions in the latest Medical Technology
- Galaxy Care Hospital acquires first Versius surgical robotic system
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UK and China universities launch cancer and implant failure projects
The University of Birmingham and Southeast University have launched two projects in China with the funding support of CNY2m ($282,520) from Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute (JITRI) to fight cancer and medical implant failure.
Q&A: LifeBank on the challenge of getting blood from A to B in Nigeria
In Nigeria, getting blood to a patient in need is a race against the clock, but the LifeBank app is revolutionising the way that blood is transported. We find out more about how LifeBank is speeding up blood deliveries, mobilising blood donations and saving lives.
iSchemaView launches RAPID ICH advanced imaging for strokes
Stroke imaging provider iSchemaView has expanded its RAPID portfolio with the launch of RAPID ICH.
Shape Memory’s TrelliX Embolic Coil System obtains CE mark
US-based Shape Memory Medical has received CE mark for its TrelliX Embolic Coil System, which helps to obstruct blood flow in case of vascular abnormalities of the neurovascular and peripheral vasculature.
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.
Clinical trial set to monitor brain stimulation effects via imaging
A clinical trial, RAINDROP, in the UK, is set to assess non-invasive brain stimulation along with brain imaging technologies to help patients in minimally conscious and vegetative states.
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