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Is self-driven healthcare the future? 

Is self-driven healthcare the future? 

New research shows that self-driven healthcare can improve health outcomes and reduce costs, helping promote a sustainable future.   Self-driven healthcare is an umbrella term introduced...
Fitness levels can be accurately predicted using wearable devices

Fitness levels can be accurately predicted using wearable devices

 University of Cambridge researchers have developed a method of measuring fitness levels on wearable devices, without the need of exercising.  Normally, tests to accurately measure...
A new polymer can accelerate the diabetes wound healing process

A new polymer can accelerate the diabetes wound healing process 

A new material has been discovered by researchers at the University of Nottingham that may help the diabetic wound healing process.   The researchers have discovered...
Air quality in healthcare: can HEPA devices help beat infections?

Air quality in healthcare: can HEPA devices help beat infections?

The importance of air quality and portable HEPA devices is discussed by infection prevention specialists GAMA Healthcare. After the outbreak of COVID-19, there has been...
LumiraDx continue rapid microfluidic immunoassay HbA1c test expansion

LumiraDx continue rapid microfluidic immunoassay HbA1c test expansion

LumiraDx's rapid microfluidic immunoassay HbA1c test will now be available in Europe, parts of the Middle East, Asia, Latin America, and Africa. Early customers...
WHO launches guide on telemedicine services

WHO launches guide on telemedicine services

Who have launched a new resource to help healthcare systems around the world successfully implement telemedicine services.  Telemedicine refers to the distribution of health and...
Luxembourg government approve Azenta MoU on cold chain solutions

Luxembourg government approve Azenta MoU on cold chain solutions

Azenta, Inc. and the Government of Luxembourg today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate continued healthcare technology and the...
Personalised genetic sequencing can help diagnose rare diseases

Personalised genetic sequencing can help diagnose rare diseases

Tailoring genetic sequencing to individual patients could double the diagnostic rates of rare diseases, according to researchers from University College London. The UK Department of...
Cutting-edge bionic arms are now available on the NHS

Cutting-edge bionic arms are now available on the NHS

The NHS has announced that amputees in England will now be able to access life-changing bionic arms.  Newly available bionic arms will be offered to...
Patient's ammonium levels can now be measured at the point of care

Patient’s ammonium levels can now be measured at the point of care 

A point-of-care analyser can monitor levels of ammonium in a patient’s blood using a decentralised method that researchers have developed.   Researchers from the Sensors...
Research grant to improve the Baby Check app for spotting sickness 

Research grant to improve the Baby Check app for spotting sickness 

A smartphone app called Baby Check app aims to identify seriously ill babies and will be upgraded to provide improved support to parents and...
The problem with giving patients access to their medical records 

The problem with giving patients access to their medical records 

The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) analyses the consequences of giving patients online access to their GP medical records.   In the UK,...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23

Welcome to Health Europa Quarterly Issue 23, which features fascinating expert insights in the fields of infection control, future pandemic preparedness, antimicrobial resistance, women’s health,...
Defence Therapeutics applies Accum technology to cancer vaccines

Defence Therapeutics applies Accum technology to anti-cancer vaccine

Defence Therapeutics Inc., a Canadian biopharmaceutical company specialising in the development of immune-oncology vaccines and drug delivery technologies, is initiating a new research and...
Reducing the risk of airborne infection

Reducing the risk of airborne infection

Following the first real-world study which examined the reduction of HAIs using air cleaning systems, Air Purity explains how its adaptive, next-generation disinfection units...
Are digital twins the future of healthcare?

Are digital twins the future of healthcare? 

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London are the latest to join the Ecosystem for Digital Twins in Healthcare (EDITH), which aims to improve...
The role of air purification in healthcare and beyond

The role of air purification in healthcare and beyond

Digital editor, Monet Bailey examines the evolving role of air purification technology, particularly in the area of infection control. Air purification technology rose in popularity...
Healing damaged tissue: understanding the challenges of TERM

Healing damaged tissue: understanding the challenges of TERM

Lorna Rothery spoke to Pierre-Alexis Mouthuy about the key challenges and considerations within the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine (TERM). Health Europa Quarterly...
New technology could halve global rates of stillbirth

New technology could halve global rates of stillbirth

Researchers from University College Dublin (UCD) and Imperial College London have developed a wearable baby movement monitor that may help prevent stillbirth.   The ability to...
Using Machine Learning for classifying key immune cells

Using Machine Learning for classifying key immune cells

Researchers have developed a new Machine Learning technique to accurately classify the state of macrophages, which are key immune cells. It is important to classify...

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