25 November 2020

INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL HEALTHCARE NEWS

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Augmented Reality and the future operating room

The futuristic Augmented Reality looks set to have a major impact on image-guided surgery. We spoke to Dr Atul Gupta, the Chief Medical Officer for Image Guided Therapy at Philips about their collaboration with Microsoft to develop the use of Augmented Re

30 October 2020

An innovative thumb implant: From concept to clinical use

Loci Orthopaedics is a multi-award winning medical device company specialising in the development of orthopaedic technologies to meet unmet clinical needs in the orthopaedics extremities space. Most recently the company was listed by Silicon Republic as o

30 October 2020

Smart devices set to enhance surgical outcomes

MedTech is a fascinating field to follow. It evolves rapidly and there are many players involved, from small start-up entrepreneurial initiatives focussing on unmet-needs to large corporates developing the next iteration of a previously manufactured devic

30 October 2020

Editor's choice

Superbugs and failing drugs

Bacteria that develop resistance to antibiotic drugs – superbugs – pose a major global health threat to humanity. In a concerted effort to stave off this threat,...

22 July 2020

THE COVID-19 THREAT

As the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic stares us in the face, it may be opportune to consider some scenarios ahead, especially in light of lessons from other, similar...

17 March 2020

Product news

  • LMT Medical Systems introduces advanced MR Diagnostics Incubator

    LMT Medical Systems introduces advanced MR Diagnostics Incubator

  • JUNE Medical launches solution for hazardous surgical plume

    JUNE Medical launches solution for hazardous surgical plume

  • A safer alternative to piped vacuum systems

    A safer alternative to piped vacuum systems

  • Biotronik’s a new injectable cardiac monitor reduces false positive readings

    Biotronik’s a new injectable cardiac monitor reduces false positive readings