The Week In... Medical Devices (02-06/03)
  • Posted on: 06/03/2020
  • Category: Industry

The Week In... Medical Devices (02-06/03)

A smart device is introduced to help manage in-flight medical events, Middlesex University introduces VR training to combat sepsis, bioelectronic medical devices transforming modern healthcare, and will bioprinting remove the need for donor organs?

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Smart device introduced to manage in-flight medical events

Aberdeen University spinout MIME Technologies has unveiled a smart device called Aiber, which could completely alter how medical emergencies are managed on flights.

How bioelectronic medical devices are transforming modern healthcare

Bernard Ross, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Sky Medical Technology explores how innovative bioelectronic medical devices are transforming modern healthcare.

Middlesex University invests in VR training to combat sepsis

Middlesex University has invested in five virtual reality (VR) headsets to allow student nurses to work in a virtual hospital ward and train to spot patients with sepsis.

How long before bioprinting replaces the need for donor organs?

Bioprinting has advanced rapidly in recent years, but how soon will it be until lab-created organs could replace the need for donor transplants?

Britain vows 'hard bargain' in list of demands for U.S. trade deal

Britain on Monday unveiled its mandate for trade talks with the United States, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowing to drive a hard bargain in negotiations that are set to test the two allies’ “special relationship”. 

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