MediViewer minimising COVID cross infection in hospitals
IMMJ Systems are working in partnership with London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust to minimise the spread of COVID-19 and support virtual clinics for its clinical users, by digitising paper-based clinical records and making them digitally available using their Rapid Deployment Service to all healthcare providers via MediViewer, IMMJ’s next generation and market leading electronic document management system.
Revolutionising the self-monitoring of the heart rhythm
Heart2Save and Lumoava, both from Finland, decided to combine their expertise; the result is a new generation medical device - an ECG-necklace, AiVoni 💗 Lumoava. The design, combined with reliable arrhythmia analysis enables you to monitor the wellbeing of your heart rhythm in a stylish, unnoticeable way - at home, at work, on holiday - no matter where you are.
Medical power supplies offer variety of options
In addition to its lineup of industrial-grade power supplies, New Yorker Electronics is now distributing important medical-grade adapters from Autec Power Systems.
Optoisolators meet 0.02% (typical) linearity accuracy
In stock now at distributor TTI is the TLP7820 family of optoisolators from Toshiba.
Mental health app Flow joins ORCHA App Library
Mental health startup, Flow has become the highest scoring free depression treatment app in the ORCHA App Library. The inclusion means that many NHS trusts and healthcare professionals, who have their own bespoke App Library using the ORCHA platform, can now include Flow in their library and directly recommend it to their patients to reduce symptoms of depression - particularly during the current coronavirus pandemic.
UV LEDs cover medical applications
New Yorker Electronics is globally distributing Inolux UV LEDs and Infrared devices for sterilisation, oximeters and other medical and scientific applications.
Street artist and Goodfellow collaborate to make PPE
Plastic Jesus is a Los Angeles-based street artist best known for his bold 'Stop Making Stupid People Famous' stencil art and biting Academy Award-themed installations. These days, however, he’s turning his attention to the urgent need hospital medical staff have for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including face shields.
The importance of drying when cleaning medical PCBs
Medical electronics play an intrinsic part in modern healthcare. Electronics are at the heart of ground-breaking technology from life support systems and patient monitoring to devices like pacemakers and hearing aids. Quality, predictability and safety are all priority concerns to ensure patient safety. Therefore, cleaning medical PCBs found within these devices should not be underestimated. Emily Peck, Senior Chemist at MicroCare Corporation, ex...
Healthcare cyber security - safe and secure or an open door?
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) presents powerful opportunities for device manufacturers to develop new competitive advantages, as digitisation delivers increased efficiencies and unmatched flexibility, enabling real-time data access for medical practitioners to improve patient care. Richard Poate, Senior Manager at TÜV SÜD explains the issue of healthcare cyber security.
What can self-charging medical devices do for us?
Expect more self-charging medical devices that power themselves, many even managing with no battery. The IDTechEx report, 'Energy Harvesting for Electronic Devices 2020-2040' covers this and more. The primary toolkit has five ways of taking ambient energy to make electricity.