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personalized diagnostics

IMMS harnesses for point-of-care diagnostics

At the MEDICA 2016 IMMS is presenting its first approaches for the personalized diagnostics of cancer using a prototype device. It was...

Donation

SCIEX Supports Vital Cancer Prevention Research

SCIEX’s donation to the WCRF following several significant research partnerships with world-leading cancer scientists to advance the...

Aid

Bringing point-of-care ultrasound training to West Africa

Dr. IlyasTugtekin, a consultant anaesthetist from Ulm University Clinic in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, recently travelled to Kumasi in...

Visionary thinking.

JADAK: advances in Embedded Medical Machine Vision

Liquid level detection is a process used in clinical diagnostics to verify reagents or sample containers in order to assist performance of...

Embedded computing

Sensing and communicating our ups/downs and many needs

The power of computing grows more pervasive as it is increasingly integrated into everyday items within our immediate environment, as in...

Surgery 4.0

Robots will not see off human specialists

Big Data, automation, and artificial intelligence – no doubt, all these developments will have an impact on surgery. During our...

Computer intelligence

Cognition-guided surgery – a rocky road

Surgery will change – with all the challenges that developments such as Big Data create there are no two ways about it. However, how deep...

medical-grade

NDS announces battery-powered wireless mobile display

NDS has announced it is prepared to launch in Europe its highly anticipated ZeroWire® Mobile battery-powered display stand solution at the...

Remote robotics

Long distance ultrasound is not so distant

The future of medicine lies at a distance, underlined Professor Michel Claudon, Head of Radiology at the Regional University Hospital,...

Personalised medicine

Many issues must be resolved

Hardly any topic has been discussed as broadly as personalised medicine, with countless stakeholders, ministries and organisations...

Mechanical ventilation

Top anaesthesiologist stresses automation limits

Mechanical ventilation and subspecialisation are key aspects of modern anaesthesia and critical care practice according to Dr Javier Garcia...

Experience

25 years of point-of-care ultrasound in anaesthesia

Dr. Thomas Grau, Head of Anaesthesia, Surgery, Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine and Pain at the Gütersloh Clinic, first studied...

Radical change

Malta takes a closer look at 3-D printing

21st century technology has outpaced our expectations. One such example is the invention of advanced digital manufacturing techniques,...

MEDICA 2016

The international health industry comes to Düsseldorf

Decision makers from all sectors of the international health industry meet again in Düsseldorf from Monday to Thursday. The world’s...

New dimension

Space technology influences wearable devices

Wearable monitoring devices are offering patients the chance to play a greater and more active role in their own healthcare. They are...

Taiwan Excellence

Taiwanese medical devices – taking the world by storm

Besides global players such as Asus, Acer and Giant, Taiwan is also the birthplace of a wide range of medical products and technologies....

Histopathology

The fully automated formalin mixing station

It’s the third day of MEDICA 2016 and hundreds of visitors have visited the World Forum for Medicine. Not to miss is the newly launched...