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Exploring the potential for non-contact monitoring for sepsis, the quick and costly killer

17th Jan 2020

Sepsis is a life-threatening response of the immune system to infection that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure and the risk of permanent disability or death. Detecting and treating it early can be highly effective in stopping progression. The trouble is that implementing the level of monitoring required to catch sepsis at the earliest stages is tough outside critical care settings. 

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Sensing
  • Signal processing
Webinar

The what, why and how of connected medical implant development for personalized delivery of medicine

12th Nov 2019

The medical implant industry is set to grow from $5bn in 2017 to $16.3bn by 2022. But there are tensions to understand and hurdles to overcome for innovators intent on taking advantage.

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Product realisation
Whitepaper

The future of patient monitoring

1st Jul 2019

Patient monitoring is an inherent part of patient management. Intermittent and continuous measurements have a range of uses, from defining disease states and characterising progression to informing therapeutic approaches and...

  • AI & Analytics
  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Digital security
  • Digital service innovation
  • Human factors
  • Product realisation
  • Sensing
  • User Experience (UX)
Whitepaper

The new FDA: navigating the moving line between consumer & medical

17th Oct 2018

Technology is advancing at a remarkable pace. Can regulatory agencies keep up? They are working hard at that and in that process come many changes. The line between what is a consumer device and what is a...

  • Digital health
  • Embedded software
  • Product realisation
  • Strategic advice
Opinion

Gene therapy delivery to the eye: it’s time to focus on the cutting-edge candidates

30th Apr 2021

The number of effective cell and gene therapies is growing rapidly, especially for treating ocular diseases. However, much less attention has been focused on the critical issue of delivery to the eye. 

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences
Opinion

Surgical robotics: the earlier you manage risk the longer your runway for reward

26th Apr 2021

If you’re a surgical robotics start-up, the timing of your risk assessment will determine the level of success you achieve. Andrew Savarese, VP, Surgical Robotics & Advanced Surgical Systems, delves into his deep experience and comes up with crucial advice to make sure you spend the right money once, not the wrong money twice.

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences
  • Robotics
Opinion

Digital transformation: securing your place in the new critical care ecosystem

15th Apr 2021

The pandemic has compressed a decade of incremental change into a matter of months. Medical device companies sit on the cusp of radical change. Gavin Troughton, Head of Acute and Critical Care, surveys the fast changing landscape and poses the questions that can inform your digital transformation play…

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Industrial design
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

CellPreserve: our innovation could help prolong the lives of cancer patients

7th Apr 2021

Diagnosing cancer early to treat it more effectively is vital. Here, Josh Gibson, senior physicist at Cambridge Consultants, unveils a potentially life-saving breakthrough in the field of liquid biopsy that’s been hailed by a leading innovation award jury…

  • Bioinnovation
  • Digital health
Opinion

Intraocular lens delivery to the eye: the next frontier for innovation

23rd Mar 2021

Intraocular lens (IOL) delivery devices are the next frontier for innovation and differentiation. As the optical quality of the IOL is reaching its apex, there's little room for competitive differentiation in the lens itself. Tim Phillips explores the improvements to IOL delivery devices that could reduce complications, streamline delivery workflow and improve postoperative patient satisfaction.

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences
Opinion

Is your AI & data processing approach fit for purpose in a telehealth world?

19th Mar 2021

With the increasing need for remote diagnosis and monitoring, telehealth solutions are on the rise. But how do you choose the correct data strategy to deal with the wealth of data – is there a trade off?

  • Connectivity & IoT
  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Industrial design
  • User Experience (UX)
Opinion

Tri-Con 2021 reflects the rapid pace of development in diagnostics

8th Mar 2021

The past year has seen an unprecedented acceleration of innovation in the diagnostics space. Reflecting on the virtual themes and debates at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2021, Head of Life Sciences Symon Cotton says that the speed of tests and vaccines coming to market is not having an adverse effect on quality. Medical developments can be safely delivered to quicker timescales...

  • Bioinnovation
  • Digital health
  • Human factors
Opinion

Drug delivery to the eye: overcoming the challenges of intravitreal prefilled syringes

25th Feb 2021

Intravitreal Injection Syringe: It is merely a pre-filled syringe, but is it?

  • Digital health
  • Human factors
  • Physical sciences