Heart sensor clips six months off product design times
Maxim Integrated’s MAXM86146 dual-photodetector optical sensor solution fits into tight spaces and enables lighter products for health wearables and fitness prodiucts
RS Components dedicates microsite to ventilator makers
Building and supplying ventilators is crucial in the fight against COVID-19. RS Components has created a dedicated Ventilator Solutions landing page to give makers, manufacturers and engineers faster access to optimised designs.
COVID-19: Developing a population health-powered response
This webinar will demonstrate how Population Health Management is being used as a powerful tool in the response to COVID-19 at the level of system, place and neighbourhood and individuals.
The fastest growing sector of robotic surgery
IDTechEx reports that the robotic surgery market will reach over $12bn by 2030. Within this industry, catheter navigation is an emerging, but lesser-known application, that is rapidly gaining traction. IDTechEx's findings are detailed in the recently published report 'Innovations in Robotic Surgery 2020-2030: Technologies, Players & Markets'.
MediViewer intelligent automation of clinical information
MediViewer has become firmly established as the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) of choice amongst clinicians and the wider NHS in recent years. The intuitiveness of the UI coupled with the inherent speed of access to information has delivered a step change to the way clinicians deliver patient care and equally helped to improve the patient experience.
Switch mode power supply produces up to 120W output
The latest addition to the Mascot Blueline series of power supplies is the switch mode 3820 external PSU.
Oxygen sensor is designed for ventilator applications
Amphenol’s SGX Sensortech SGX-VOX Oxygen Sensor for ventilators are in stock at distributor TTI.
Reference designs help connect medical weight scales
Smart connected weight scale reference designs for medical applications from Microchip Technology are in stock at distributor Digi-Key Electronics.
Instant bladder cancer scan could save thousands of lives
Thousands of lives lost to bladder cancers each year could be saved thanks to a new bladder cancer scan that uses photonics to illuminate parts of the tissue that are currently impossible to visualise. A European photonics research team is developing a new endoscope to scan for the early signs of bladder cancer.
Tech4CV19 - The Call to Arms webinar
Tech4CV19 is a volunteer group of digital health and social care leaders helping to get the right healthcare tech to the right place. This webinar will introduce Tech4CV19, the call to arms to support both tech suppliers and care organisations during COVID-19 and share examples of companies who pivoted to provide additional support.