The Week In... Medical Devices (05-09/08)
  • Posted on: 09/08/2019
  • Category: Industry

The Week In... Medical Devices (05-09/08)

‘Smart’ hearing aids can now stream music and monitor wearers’ health, massive growth is expected in the medical devices outsourcing market, an app helps detect acute kidney injury, and a report looks at how post-Brexit regulation could affect healthcare.

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Bluetooth, AI and health tracking: hearing aids are smarter than ever

Assistive devices for deaf people are doing more than just enhancing their hearing. ‘Smart’ hearing aids are now allowing people to stream their music, run their homes and monitor their health.

App helps earlier detection of acute kidney injury

Detection of one of the biggest killers in the NHS has been cut from hours to minutes at the Royal Free Hospital in London thanks to the introduction of a new mobile app.

Massive growth expected in Medical Device Outsourcing Market

United Kingdom Medical Device Outsourcing Market 2019 United Kingdom research report offers market size, share, industry growth, development trends, product demand, investment plans, business idea and forecasts to 2025.

How post-Brexit regulation may affect healthcare

Failing to maintain regulatory alignment with the European Union could mean that the UK could be part of fewer, if not excluded, from clinical trials, according to Professor Tamara Hervey from the University of Sheffield.

Treasury promises £434m to support medicines supply chain after no-deal Brexit

The UK chancellor has committed to spending an extra £434m on ensuring the continued supply of medicines in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

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