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New hope for treating cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s patients

New hope for treating cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s patients

Ultra-powerful 7T MRI scanners could revolutionise treatment for cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s patients. Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder characterised by symptoms such as shaking,...
Robotic surgery reduces readmission rates by 52%

Robotic surgery reduces hospital readmission rates by 52%

New research into robotic surgery highlights the benefits of this technology for patients’ recovery time. Is robotic surgery the future of healthcare? A new study...
Could you be eligible for a new smartwatch for Parkinson’s disease?

Could you be eligible for a new smartwatch for Parkinson’s disease?

A new smartwatch for Parkinson’s disease will allow doctors to remotely assess their patient's condition in a revolutionary development from the NHS. In a new...
Conduct Disorder in Children

Conduct disorder in children to be predicted by machine learning

A research study, that recently appeared in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, published by the journal Elsevier, demonstrated that conduct disorder in children...
AFib

Scientists develop a novel smartwatch app to detect AFib

A research team from the American College of Cardiology has developed a smartwatch app to detect AFib, with high levels of accuracy. Atrial fibrillation (AFib)...
Drones within healthcare: the sky is the limit for medical supplies

Drones within healthcare: the sky is the limit for medical supplies

Paul Kostek, IEEE senior member and systems engineer with Air Direct Solutions explores the revolutionary role of drones in improving the delivery of essential...
test for MS

New antibody test for MS provides results in just 20 minutes

A team of researchers from the Mayo Clinic has developed a cutting-edge antibody test for multiple sclerosis (MS) that achieves accurate results in around...
surgical robotics

NHS Wales announces first-ever national surgical robotics programme

NHS Wales has revealed it is awarding a substantial multi-year contract to CMR Surgical (CMR), a world-leading surgical robotics company, to develop the world’s first...
Harnessing innovation to tackle the burden faced by the healthcare system

Harnessing innovation to tackle the burden faced by the healthcare system

CEO of Sky Medical Technology, Bernard Ross, outlines the critical role of the MedTech industry in alleviating the burden faced by the global healthcare...
Eradicating dehydration with Aquarate’s revolutionary monitoring technology

Eradicating dehydration with Aquarate’s revolutionary monitoring technology

Dehydration in older adults, though easily avoidable, can have detrimental effects on health and wellbeing. Aquarate explains how its fluid monitoring smart cup can...

Mitigating contamination threats with microbial analysis and water testing

Nova Biologicals, a leading microbiological testing service, outlines how microscopic contaminants can be mitigated and contained through microbial analysis methods such as water testing. Microscopic...

Creating an optimal cold chain storage environment

B Medical Systems details the importance of optimal cold chain storage solutions in order to preserve the integrity of cells and other complex samples. In...
oesophageal cancer

AI diagnostic tool may enhance detection of oesophageal cancer

Scientists have created a novel Artificial Intelligence (AI) diagnostic tool that may advance the detection of oesophageal cancer for people with a condition known...
light therapy

Utilising light therapy to enhance healing from cancer radiation treatment

The implementation of light therapy potentially increases skin healing from damage caused by cancer radiation therapy by up to 50%. In a new study pioneered...
VR test

VR test may transform the future of cognitive assessment

UK-based research suggests that a virtual reality (VR) test could be employed to assess an individual's cognitive functioning effectively. A study conducted by a team...

LumiraDx: Fighting antimicrobial resistance with innovative POC testing

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is ever-evolving and perhaps the most dangerous global health threat of modern times, an issue that will require cutting-edge innovation to...
peripheral nerve damage

Cutting-edge technique effectively repairs peripheral nerve damage

A collaborative endeavour between Irish researchers and their international partners has devised an innovative method for remedying peripheral nerve damage. The team that comprises experts...

Marodyne LiV: enhancing bone health with effective osteoporosis treatment

Introducing Marodyne LiV, an innovative osteoporosis treatment that expertly inhibits and mitigates the condition, significantly boosting bone health. Low-intensity vibration (LiV) is a clinically proven...
Whole genome sequencing for newborn screening

Whole genome sequencing for newborn screening

Sukhvinder Nijhar Nicklen, Market Development Leader at PerkinElmer, outlines the building blocks of an effective roll-out of Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) in the UK. The...
Designing antimicrobial materials with plasma-based engineering

Designing antimicrobial materials with plasma-based engineering

The concern over antibiotic-resistant infections with prevailing hospital-acquired infections from surgical tools, implants, and heavily touched surfaces, has increased antimicrobial material development in recent...

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