NHS smart watches offer Parkinson’s patients a better quality of life
More than 100,000 patients with Parkinson’s disease will be prescribed smartwatches and apps on the NHS as part of a technological revolution in treatment.
State of diagnostic wearables and the future of medical monitoring
Molex announced the results of a global survey of design engineering stakeholders to identify market drivers impacting the development of diagnostic wearables that enable patients, caregivers and consumers to monitor and analyse data regarding health status.
Vishay UVC emitting diodes offer high radiant power
Vishay Intertechnology has introduced two UVC (short wavelength ultraviolet) emitting diodes in a ceramic / quartz-based package for sterilization in medical, industrial, and consumer applications.
Enhancing identity verification for remote medical diagnostics
Certific announced a partnership with Veriff, a global identity verification provider. The partnership will enhance and streamline Certific’s remote medical diagnostics capabilities and support the company’s global expansion – Veriff can verify thousands of different identity documents from more than 190 different countries and in over 45 languages.
Growth support to surgical augmented intelligence company
Investment manager Downing LLP is offering a £1.3 million investment to support the growth of surgical augmented intelligence company Cydar Medical.
300W Medical PSU family for medical in the home applications
P-DUKE has added a 300W output power series, MAF300, to its medical grade AC/DC power supplies portfolio range from 15W to 450W.
Portable Dialysis machine encompasses TFT LCD display
NHS patients who suffer with kidney failure will now start to experience a more relaxed experience when connecting themselves to a dialysis machine.
An ultra-sound way to make bandages stick
Researchers from McGill University have found that ultrasound waves and bubbles can be used to control the stickiness of medical adhesives.
New Airbender hand prosthesis is powered by the user’s breathing
Researchers from the University of Oxford have developed a new air-powered hand that provides a lightweight, low-maintenance and easy-to-use prosthetic option.
Cancer diagnosing contact lenses
Contact lenses engineered to capture tears have the potential to detect cancer, according to scientists from the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI).