The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) is offering UK companies the chance...
- ABHI looks to give UK health tech companies a boost in US market
- Expert views on the benefits of automation in the healthcare industry
- NHS, Microsoft and BHF partner to create UK defibrillator map
- Spider-shaped micro-robot has surgical potential
- Machine learning used to predict whether CF patients need lung transplants
New genome analysis scores risk of serious common diseases
A research team in the US has devised a new genome analysis approach that can identify large proportions of people who are at a higher risk of developing serious common diseases such as coronary artery disease.
Google’s DeepMind AI can accurately detect eye diseases
A new study has shown that an artificial intelligence (AI) system developed by Google’s DeepMind subsidiary can quickly and accurately detect more than 50 eye disorders using routine medical scans.
ABHI looks to give UK health tech companies a boost in US market
The Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) is offering UK companies the chance to participate in a variety of US-based activities designed to help them access the US market.
Siemens and NuVasive announce Spine Precision Partnership
Siemens Healthineers has formed a strategic alliance with spine technology firm NuVasive to boost clinical outcomes during minimally invasive spine surgery.
Konica Minolta unveils UGPro Solution for ultrasound-guided procedures
Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas has unveiled UGPro Solution, a new initiative that provides complete solutions for ultrasound-guided procedures (UGP) and therapies.
Expert views on the benefits of automation in the healthcare industry
The pros and cons of automation in the healthcare industry are often disputed but there is no denying it is here to stay. Here, medical industry experts tell us about the benefits of tech in the medical field.
NHS, Microsoft and BHF partner to create UK defibrillator map
The NHS, Microsoft and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) have entered a partnership in which they plan to create a UK defibrillator map with the aim of saving thousands of patients from a fatal cardiac arrest.
Spider-shaped micro-robot has surgical potential
Researchers at Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and Boston University have developed an integrated fabrication process that has enabled the design of a soft micro-robot with delicate surgical applications.
July’s top news stories
Healthcare data surpassed the value of credit card or social security numbers for hackers, according to Synopsys, and the United States House of Representatives approved a bipartisan legislation intended to permanently repeal medical device tax in the country. Medicaldevice-network.com wraps up key headlines from July 2018.
Australia invests in artificial intelligence for medical imaging
The Australian Government has given a grant to the Sydney Neuroimaging Analysis Centre (SNAC) for the development of new medical imaging techniques based on artificial intelligence.
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