Advanced Energy introduces charger for surgical and aesthetic laser applications
Advanced Energy Industries, a global specialist in engineered, precision power conversion, measurement and control solutions, has introduced the Excelsys FC1500, the fully integrated capacitor charger and multiple output power supply.
Boosting digital health with RPM
Cervoz Technology, a global storage and memory solution provider, announces solutions for Remote Patient Monitoring to boost digital health.
International industry platform makes you experience flexible and printed electronics
From February 28 to March 2, 2023, LOPEC will once again bring the international printed electronics industry together in Munich.
UK’s first medical drone network scoops technology and innovation award
The project CAELUS (Care & Equity – Healthcare Logistics UAS Scotland) is working to deliver the first national drone network that can transport medicines, bloods, and other supplies throughout Scotland.
COSEL adds a 1,500W to its PJMA series for medical applications
COSEL has announced the expansion of its medical power offering with the addition of a 1,500W version to its PJMA series. The 1,500W PJMA1500F has a universal input range of 85 to 264VAC and comply with international safety standards.
Kontron’s MediView medical monitor and 23.8" MediClient variant
Kontron, a global provider of IoT/Embedded Computing Technology (ECT), introduces the MediView medical monitor and a 23.8" variant of the already available MediClient Panel PC that meet the high hygiene and connectivity requirements in the medical and healthcare sector.
Tackling severe disease with INTEGRA Biosciences’ electronic pipettes
Researchers at the University of Ostrava, Czech Republic, are using a 12 channel 50 μl VOYAGER adjustable tip spacing pipette and ECO Rack GripTip pipette tips from INTEGRA Biosciences to study the role of protein-DNA interactions in the progression of severe diseases, such as cancers and neurodegeneration.
Enabling smaller and safer medical devices
Healthcare organisations are increasingly moving patients to home care settings to reduce the pressure on traditional healthcare facilities, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students invited to bring winning hospital designs to life
IVE school teams who reached the final of a national competition designed to get more young people into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers have been offered the chance to have their winning designs turned into real tools to help children in hospital.
Opening up new possibilities in medical 3D imaging
Medical imaging technology has advanced tremendously since Roentgen discovered X-rays at the end of the 1800s.