• Celia Sampol, Author at MedicalExpo e-Magazine
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    Celia Sampol

    Journalist for 13 years in Paris, Brussels and Washington, Celia Sampol is the editor-in-chief of NauticExpo e-magazine.

    OrthoNOW, an orthopedic urgent care center created by a group of orthopedic surgeons in South Florida, presented at FIME its brand new app called “On My Way NOW.” The app helps locate the nearest OrthoNOW center. It then sends a custom alert to the center, letting the doctors and staff know that a patient is en route,...

    The new Peak Scoliosis Bracing System from the California-based company Aspen is an unloader brace designed to unload the spine, relieve pain and enhance the quality of life for adult scoliosis patients. This adjustable brace is made to improve posture, enhance mobility and increase a patient’s ability to perform...

    NEW HOSPIVAC 400 has been designed for professional aspiration of bodily fluids, gases, tissues or bones of the patient during or after surgery. The family-run Italian company CA-MI explains that its new device is equipped with a state-of-the-art oil-less pump that guarantees high performances with excellent suction...

    The CABO safety scalpel cartridge allows the surgeon to use his/her favorite scalpel handle. It is loaded with polymer-coated blade for the sharpest and smoothest cutting edge available, reducing drag and trauma, according to the Canadian manufacturer Southmedic. The cartridge system provides a safe and easy way to...

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    The French company Cleanis has launched its innovative antimicrobial CAREBAG range to help control infections. Since the patient environment is often contaminated in hospitals, infection control is critical to patients’ daily care, explains the firm in a press release for FIME. The risk could be high in systems with...

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    FIME is a good occasion to talk about how American physicians communicate with one another. Over half a million U.S. healthcare professionals are members of the social network Doximity. Launched in March of 2011, it became the most popular network for physicians in the United States in just five years. Its co-founder,...

    The NObreath device from the British company Bedfont Scientific is a fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO) breath-testing monitor that helps detect and manage inflammatory conditions, COPD and asthma. According to the company, airway inflammation is a central process in asthma and other lung diseases. Being able to...

    A surgeon, cancer specialist, and co-founder of virtual and augmented reality firm Medical Realities, Dr. Shafi Ahmed performed an important surgery last April at The Royal London Hospital. It was the first surgery live-streamed to the world in virtual reality—an experience Dr. Ahmed wants to repeat in order to train...

    MRI machines can take a long time to produce the images needed—sometimes more than an hour. This can be challenging, especially for pediatric patients. To help babies stay perfectly still in the machine, doctors often use anesthesia, which represents an added risk for already fragile patients. To solve this problem,...

    The AspireAssist System is a brand new approach and a minimally invasive alternative to weight loss surgery, which has been recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The system works by removing a portion of the food from the stomach through a tube before the calories are even absorbed. For that, a...

    Healcerion, a company based in South Korea, has created an ultrasound system that is no bigger than the transducer itself. The SONON 300C uses a tablet or smartphone as the display, wirelessly transmitting the data to the smart device from where images can be analyzed. This mobile ultrasound device weighs no more than...

    Imagine a made-to-measure 3-D-printed wheelchair “cool enough to go to the club with” and that would be a real “human body extension.” That’s what Layer, an industrial design agency based in the U.K., has tried to make with its new project: “GO.” Layer’s founder, Benjamin Hubert, talked to us.   ME e-mag: Why did you...

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    It’s impossible to talk about artificial intelligence without mentioning IBM’s Watson. A pioneer in cognitive computing, the American computer giant has found multiple health applications for Watson. Pascal Sempé, senior sales consultant for Watson Health Solutions in France, explained how Watson functions and what’s...

    In the context of the Analytica 2016 Conference in April in Munich, Germany, MedicalExpo e-magazine came back on one of the biggest trends in the laboratory sector: the increasing use of rapid diagnostic tests at the point of care. Norman Moore, director of scientific affairs, infectious diseases at Alere answered our...

    Researchers at the University of Missouri have been testing the benefits of non-invasive, contact-free bed sensors for the health of elderly people living in a retirement community. The sensors continuously monitor heart rate, respiration rate and overall cardiac activity. A hydraulic transducer, a flexible tube of...

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    A team of Johns Hopkins University students, working with a physician and prosthetic experts, has developed Prominence, the first prosthetic foot that can wear shoes with heels up to 10 cm high. Most of the prosthetic feet available today are built to fit men’s shoes and none can adjust to a heel height of more than 5...

    The Danish firm Esco Medical announced that it has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance for its Miri Time-Lapse embryo incubator. The unit makes it possible to watch embryos grow and develop throughout the entire culture process. Esco Medical explained that in a standard in-vitro fertilization...

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    Beware of crackling knees! Research engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are working on a special stethoscope to detect knee injuries. The device consists of microphones and a film-based vibration sensor that is stuck to the leg to listen to crunchy sounds coming from the joints. Acoustic electronics then...

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    After a stroke, many patients lose the use of one of their hands, making everyday tasks a struggle. Researchers at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center have developed a new video game that forces patients undergoing rehabilitation to use the side of their body affected by the stroke. The scientists use a common game...

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    Imagine diagnosing osteoporosis at the point-of-care—without radiation. That’s what Finnish company Bone Index is proposing with its Bindex ultrasound device. It evaluates the cortical bone thickness of the tibia and immediately calculates the density index, which has historically been obtained using large dual-energy...

    The new Multitom Rax X-ray scanner from Siemens Healthineers enables, for the very first time, full radiographic 3-D-imaging of patients in their natural standing position, thanks to two robotic arms that move around the person. Dr. Lars Hofmann is a physician and is the head of global marketing & product management of...

    The Italian Antano Group presented its innovative wheelchair stair climbers during the Exposanita international healthcare exhibition, 18-20 May in Bologna. One of the most interesting products was the new version of its LG2004. Demos of this tracked stair climber are impressive. The new steering release system makes...

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    Imagine a temporary “second skin” able to hide wrinkles in a matter of minutes. Scientists at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital have created a special material that acts as an elastic, artificial skin to hide eye bags and other signs of aging. Further development could enable it to deliver drugs to treat eczema and...

    A team of researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has been working on a portable device for rapidly identifying pathogens responsible for healthcare-related infections, a major problem that can lead to patient death. This new technology reduces identification time from several days to a matter of...

    An Oxford University study is using virtual reality headsets to treat patients with severe paranoia. Recently published in The British Journal of Psychiatry, the study enables people to face situations that they fear and to learn that they are actually safe. Examples include a crowded elevator or train. Thirty...

    FINESSIS showcased its new range of surgical gloves during the Exposanita international healthcare exhibition, 18-20 May in Bologna. These gloves are made using a revolutionary material—Flexylon.   FINESSIS presented its line of Aegis surgical gloves manufactured using an innovative three-layer technology. The two...

    Could virtual reality be a complementary therapy to reduce pain and stress in cancer patients? That’s the question Mélanie Péron will try to answer at this year’s Paris Doctors 2.0 & You Conference, May 26 and 27. Founder of the Effet Papillon (Butterfly Effect) social enterprise, she will present her Bliss...

    A sleep study published in the May Science Advances offers new insights into how people sleep in different countries. Subjects used a simple, free smartphone app called ENTRAIN to report their sleep habits in the real world rather than in a laboratory. Five thousand people took part in the study. ENTRAIN asked users...

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    Researchers from the University of Michigan and Seoul National University in South Korea have created a “kidney-on-a-chip” to mimic the flow of medication through human kidneys and measure its effect on kidney cells. In the initial study, scientists used a microfluidic chip device that sandwiches a thin, permeable...

    A team of engineering students at Rice University has developed a prototype pulse oximeter called WombOX. The device can be placed in the mother’s womb and gently attached to the arm or leg of the fetus to provide real-time data during fetal surgery. Delivery and retrieval via trocar are quick, safe and...

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    The extremely small surgical tools placed at the working end of the da Vinci robot—the best known robotic surgical system available today, which was approved by the FDA in 2000—are used for minimally invasive procedures. These tiny instruments were designed using origami folding techniques by a group of researchers at...

    Researchers from the University of Alberta in Canada and the University of Southern Denmark have been testing a new, non-invasive method of spinal assessment that uses vibrations to identify conditions that may be invisible to MRI and other imaging techniques. This technology, sold by VibeDx, employs a small probe to...

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    A team of researchers from Seoul National University in South Korea is developing a smart patch to replace finger-prick glucose tests and drug injections. Made from graphene, the device measures glucose in sweat and is connected by wires to a portable electrochemical analyzer. When blood sugar is too high, it releases...

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    Siemens Healthcare presented its Evar Guidance Engine software application package at the Charing Cross Symposium in London in late April. It is designed to “make work easier for surgeons.” The software is the first automated support for minimally invasive endovascular treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms....

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    The Swedish company ContextVision exhibited its range of 2D/3D/4D ultrasound imaging enhancement software at the CMEF Fair, April 17-20 in Shanghai. One of them, GOPiCE 2.0, is the second generation of ContextVision’s 3D/4D image enhancement software. According to the company, it offers ultrasound manufacturers the...

    The California-based company Inscopix has created nVista, a tiny microscope that can fit inside a mouse’s head while the animal is alive and active. This new device will help neuroscientists observe neural circuit dynamics and understand how the neurons in the brain communicate with each other. Researchers place a...

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    CNOGA Medical, developer and manufacturer of medical devices, launched its TensorTip MTX and VSM non-invasive multiple bio-parameter measurement devices at April’s CMEF Fair in Shanghai. The Chinese company had announced earlier the same month that the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) had approved both...

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    Dr. Bernard Marquet used April’s Imagina Dental Congress in Monaco to introduce his dental office equipped with the latest digital 3D technology. For him, investing in modern devices will provide patients “custom” dentistry, as “non-invasive as possible” and offering “the most durable possible” results. Our...

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    The Phoenix Children’s Heart Center created a couple of years ago its own in-house Cardiac 3D Print Lab. Dr. Justin Ryan, lead research scientist at the lab, and Dr. Stephen Pophal, interventional cardiologist, explained to MedicalExpo how 3D printed models of babies’ hearts represent a tremendous aid in surgical...

    The U.S. company CardioFocus just won approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its HeartLight endoscopic cardiac ablation system for treating paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. The HeartLight consists of a balloon catheter, a deflectable sheath introducer, an endoscope and an integrated console. The main...

    The Micra Transcatheter Pacing System is 2.5 cm long and 93 percent smaller than conventional pacemakers, making it the smallest in the world, according to manufacturer Medtronic. Conventional pacemakers are surgically implanted. The Micra system is delivered via a minimally invasive technique, through a thin tube...

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    The MoMe Kardia by InfoBionic, which received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in March, is a remote patient monitoring system designed to help detect cardiac arrhythmia. It collects all ECG, respiration and movement data from the patient and continuously streams it via the Cloud to a physician...

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    The Pennsylvania-based company CardiacAssist received U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance  in March for its new product, the TandemLung oxygenator. The device acts exactly like an artificial lung by infusing the blood with oxygen and removing carbon dioxide. After its TandemHeart pump was cleared for use with...

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    The Digital Imaging Adoption Model was presented during the European Congress of Radiology in Vienna in early March. Developed by HIMSS Analytics and the European Society of Radiology, it aims at assessing hospital imaging departments in terms of IT capabilities in order to identify best practices and push the market....

    MRI Made Easy is a free, interactive app for iPhones and iPads designed to teach the principles of MR physics. Presented at the European Congress of Radiology in Vienna in early March, the app comes from the book MRI Made Easy by Prof. Hans H. Schild, from Radiological University Hospital in Bonn, Germany. Reimagined...

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    Hybrid imaging was much in the news during recent major annual radiology events, such as RSNA and ECR. MedicalExpo talked with Dr. Katrine Åhlström Riklund, president of the European Congress of Radiology 2016 and professor of radiology and nuclear medicine at University Hospital of Umeå in Sweden about new trends in...

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    During the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) in Vienna in early March, AMRA announced its collaboration with GE Healthcare to make available the AMRA Profiler protocol on future GE Healthcare MRI scanners. The AMRA profiler is a cloud-based body composition measurement service which uses images from a rapid,...

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    Researchers from McGill University in Canada have managed to take a series of 3D images of a megaenzyme in action, as reported in a study recently published in Nature. Those important proteins play an active role in producing many common antibiotics, including penicillin and cyclosporin. Since these molecules are very...

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    Accenture and Carestream are currently implementing a joint project in Andalucia, Spain to deploy a picture archiving and communications system (PACS) to electronically capture, view, store and distribute medical imagery (X-ray, MRI, CT and ultrasound) digitally rather than using the old film system. This system will...

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    The French company AdEchoTech has designed MELODY, a robotized tele-echography system that can perform real-time remote ultrasound examinations. The project was initiated in response to medical desertification and the lack of services in isolated areas around the world. A radiology nurse in a local hospital can...

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    The U.S. technology giant IBM is working on new software which aims to become an automated radiology assistant. Its code name is AviCenna, after the 11th century philosopher who wrote a medical encyclopedia. This software examines medical images using a suite of different image-processing algorithms. It can identify...

    The use of augmented reality could change the world of healthcare and plastic surgery. ILLUSIO is a California-based company which is using this cutting-edge technology to offer for the very first time patients an accurate, real-time 3D picture of how they will look after reconstructive or cosmetic breast...

    What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? This expression has been used many times in several different sectors, but what are the concrete implications in healthcare? Ken Kleinberg, a managing director at the Advisory Board Company, talked to MedicalExpo before his speech at the HIMSS Conference in Las Vegas in early...

    Two researchers from the University of Washington in Seattle have built what the specialized press considers to be the most amazing biomimetic, anthropomorphic robotic hand. The scientists started from scratch by laser-scanning a skeletal hand and then 3D-printing artificial bones to match. Those complex pieces were...

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    Created by the Berkeley-based company SuitX, the Phoenix Exoskeleton lets paraplegics sit, stand and walk. And it costs only $40,000, far less than competitive products. The minimalist design makes the robot very light – about 12 kilograms. The approach behind Phoenix was not to build a complete mobility machine or to...

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    Scientists at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee are creating a device that could change the life of dialysis patients who must spend a lot of time undergoing treatment. They are building an implantable artificial kidney with microchip filters and living kidney cells that will be powered by a patient’s own heart. The...

    While 3D printing is a promising technology much in the news, it might not be so good for your health, according to a new study published in Environmental Science & Technology. The team of experts from the Illinois Institute of Technology looked into the quantity of ultrafine particles emitted by five brands of 3D...

    Also called the “Yelp of Medicine,” the San Francisco-based digital health startup Iodine aims to expand data access to enable healthcare consumers to make better decisions about the medications they take. Cofounded by former Google software engineer Matt Mohebbi and health journalist Thomas Goetz, this online...

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    A new study published in Nature Physics by researchers from Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and scientists in Finland and France tried to understand how the brain folds. This is important to unlock the inner workings of the brain and unravel brain-related disorders. To study this,...

    It’s a new step for 3D printing in medicine. At the beginning of February, BioArchitects received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its 3D printed patient-specific titanium cranial plate implant. BioArchitects uses Arcam’s Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology to 3D print biocompatible...

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    Presented at ArabHealth in Dubai in late January, the newly opened  Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Digital Hospital in the United Arab Emirates biggest city is fully equipped with the latest technology, making it a real hospital of the future. Smart App It starts with the hospital’s app through which a patient can find the...

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    A two-year-old girl from Northern Ireland has become the first patient ever to undergo a kidney transplant using 3D printing to plan this highly complex operation. Lucy Boucher suffered heart failure as a baby, resulting in oxygen starvation throughout her body, including her kidneys. She was facing the prospect of...

    Tech4Life Enterprises launched eSteth at January’s ArabHealth in Dubai. This software-independent digital stethoscope costs only $100. Dr. Shariq Khoja is the CEO of the Canadian company. MedicalExpo e-magazine: How does eSteth work? Dr. Shariq Khoja: eSteth is a digital stethoscope which means that you can connect it...

    Researchers at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands have recently developed antimicrobial resins which enable them to 3D print teeth and other dental implants that kill Streptococcus mutans, the microbe that causes tooth decay. To do this, chemistry professor Andreas Herrmann and his team combined...

    Researchers at Stanford University have developed new fluorescent dyes that can help doctors see deeper inside the body and pinpoint for example tumor locations near the skin’s surface. These dyes emit light of long wavelengths close to infrared light, according to Stanford University on its website. This light is...

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    Smaller and sleeker, the BeBionic prosthetic hand claims to push back the limits of multi-articulated myo-electric hands a little bit farther. It is lighter and 30% smaller than other hands because it has been designed with women and teenagers in mind. The prosthetic experts at Steeper who developed the product...

    Three-dimensional printing technology is already used all around the world for a variety of treatments. In China, a 54-year-old woman became last June the first patient to receive the world’s first 3D-printed titanium sternum, according to 3DPrint.com. She was suffering from chest pain and shortness of breath. Doctors...

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    Researchers from the Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital have integrated two imaging techniques to produce a three-dimensional anatomic model of a patient’s heart that is more detailed and more anatomically accurate. According to the hospital, the 3D model printing of patients’ hearts has become more...

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    This breakthrough mind-controlled technology developed by the Icelandic company, Össur, works by using sensors the size of a matchstick surgically implanted into specific remnant muscles in the limb stump. The sensors instantaneously trigger the desired movement via a receiver located inside the prosthesis that picks...

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    About 1 in 8 women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime, according to the American Cancer Society. For decades, mammography screening has been used to diagnose women given the large medical consensus that it reduces breast cancer mortality. Criticism of 2D mammography has grown over...

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    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in June approved the Brio Neurostimulation System, an implantable deep brain stimulation device to help reduce the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor, a neurological disorder that causes rhythmic shaking. The device, manufactured by St. Jude Medical in St....

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    Texas-based MicroTransponder has developed an implanted vagus nerve stimulator to enhance one of the brain’s most fundamental functions—learning. Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) is produced by a device implanted in the upper chest that sends electrical signals up into the brain from the vagus nerve in the neck. The...

    An international team of engineers from South Korea, Switzerland and the United States is working on microscopic magnetic robotic beads that could act like “swimmers” and may one day be used to break up blood vessel occlusions. These microrobots are chains of three or more iron oxide beads, linked together via...

    Worldwide obesity has more than doubled since 1980, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In 2014, 1.9 billion adults aged 18 and over were overweight, and 600 million of them were obese. The figures are based on body mass index. (BMI = weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared.) An adult...

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    A small device with big potential,Glucowise could be the end of painful and time-consuming blood glucose level testing for patients suffering from diabetes, a disease closely linked to obesity. This new non-invasive glucose monitor is based on sensor technology combined with high-frequency radio wave transmission....

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    The American giant Medtronic received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a new device which offers a convenient way to manage diabetes. The MiniMed Connect allows users of Medtronic’s continuous glucose monitor and insulin pump to view data from those devices directly on their...

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    The Nuvo-Group, a specialist in the pregnancy wellness industry, has developed a wearable mobile monitor, the PregSense, to keep close and continuous watch on pregnant women and their fetuses. The device consists of an elastic harness equipped with sensors which provides data on the status of the fetus and the...

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    This is not an ordinary bikini. It is a smart and connected bikini able to warn bathers about too much ultraviolet (UV) exposure, which can have harmful effects on skin and health in general. This very special swimsuit, manufactured by the French company Spinali Design, has a sensor attached to its fabric. The sensor...

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    Board-certified in internal medicine and nephrology, Julien Pham is one of the co-founders of the start-up RubiconMD, an innovative web and mobile platform that connects primary care physicians to a network of top specialists for e-consults.     MedicalExpo: When was RubiconMD created and how does it work? Julien Pham:...

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    A wearable device able to relieve a person’s daily stress in 5 minutes? How does that work? The Thync head-mounted device is worn on the forehead and is activated by a smartphone app. It delivers neurosignals to the brain to change the user’s mood. It will offer immediate relaxation or revitalize the wearer for an...

    A new partnership between Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland (USA) and Microsoft, and centered on the software giant’s HoloLens mixed reality head-mounted display could significantly change how anatomy is taught. This holographic computer is worn like glasses. It allows professors and students to see in...

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    The MA-0935 Acetone Recycler manufactured by MEDIS Medical Technology is designed to recover acetone used in plastination, a technique used in anatomy labs to preserve bodies and body parts. According to the German company, it represents an “enormous cost saving factor” but also “an enormous environment protection...

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    The use of LED technology in hospitals, where lighting is a major issue, is a big step in terms of sustainability. The LED 3 MC from Dr. Mach is considered more effective and saves energy and costs compared to halogen bulbs and other conventional light sources. Heat emanation is reduced to a minimum without using an...

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    Bio-FunerBag is a new sustainable system for holding corpses, replacing metal casket interiors. It consists of a bio-plastic bag that is completely biodegradable and suitable to be used as compost for the protection of “the environment and future generations,” explains the hospital and morgue refrigeration equipment...

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    Historically, the most common way of getting rid of medical waste has been to incinerate it. Unfortunately, the result was, and still is far from being environmentally friendly. The process releases dangerous pollutant gases into the atmosphere, especially dioxin, highly carcinogenic and non-biodegradable, furans and...

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    The beige and reddish-brown building of Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai, with a beautiful palm tree welcoming visitors at the entrance, stands proudly in the heart of Dubai Healthcare City. This free economic zone was launched in 2002 by the government of the United Arab Emirates to meet the demand for high-quality...

    Scientists at Imperial College London have designed a new self-assembling nanoparticle that targets tumors and could help doctors diagnose cancer earlier via MRIs. This new nanoparticle is coated with a special protein which looks for specific signals given off by cancerous cells. When it detects a tumor, it begins to...

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    An injectable gel that could repair cartilage and prevent osteoarthritis is every athlete’s dream product. A University of Iowa orthopedics research team is working on a solution that could make those dreams come true. “We are creating an [injectable, bioactive] hydrogel that can repair cartilage, regenerate stronger...

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    A group of engineering students at Rice University has created a knee brace that generates electricity from walking and may someday help power artificial hearts. The students have been working with the engineering company Cameron International that partnered with the Texas Heart Institute to develop artificial heart...

    Imagine navigating through the cells of a human body as you would through the streets of a big city. A biomedical engineer at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia, Melissa Knothe Tate, has developed a new project to create a “Google Maps” for the body. The system uses an approach similar to satellite...

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    Ochsner Health System, based in New Orleans is the first hospital in the United States to use the Apple Watch to manage patients suffering from chronic diseases. The hospital uses the vaunted connected object, now on the market, to enhance one of its pilot programs that tracks several hundred patients who have...

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    The British startup Open Bionics created low-cost 3D-printed bionic hands to “arm the masses.” According to the company, there are an estimated 11.4 million hand amputees worldwide. Some have hooks, a few have robotic hands but most have no prosthesis at all. However, the robotic option is too expensive for most...

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    A garment that can monitor vital signs anywhere, in real-time and 24/7, that’s Master Caution, developed by the Israeli company HealthWatch. This new technology consists of electrodes seamlessly woven into everyday clothing. There is no need for special skin preparations like adhesives, gels, or shaving, and the...

    According to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, more than 100 drugs have been approved to treat cancer. But predicting which ones will help a particular patient is still a difficult task. That’s why MIT has developed an implantable device the size of a grain of rice that can carry small doses of up to 30...

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    MedicalExpo e-magazine: The future of medicine you were describing earlier implies a huge structural change in the traditional healthcare system. Bertalan Mesko: Absolutely. It means a huge change because right now physicians are the only stakeholders who can access medical data and use these new innovative medical...

    The Doctors 2.0 & You Conference on social media in the medical field was held in Paris for its fifth edition. Basil Strategies, specializing in e-marketing and social media for healthcare, founded the event which has become the first conference in the world to include patient participation. Patients selected to...

    In addition to an abundance of speeches and seminars, the fifth annual Doctors 2.0 & You conference on social media in the medical field held an outstanding startup contest to select the new company most in line with digital health trends. Winner CanSurround created an innovative, personalized web and mobile device...

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