• Guy Ramsay, Author at MedicalExpo e-Magazine
    The Smart Magazine About Medical Technology Innovations

    Guy Ramsay

    Guy Ramsay is a South African medical writer.

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    The emergence of wearable biosensors might be fantastic for tracking the cardiovascular health of individual patients, but it raises questions of reliability of the data as well as ethical issues. Tracking the movements of patients’ hearts has become commonplace with the advent of small, wearable cardiovascular...

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    The ability to produce highly detailed three-dimensional models from radiological scans is a huge advance, not only in prosthetics and implants but also in surgical preparation.   Hospitals generally use 3D printing to produce highly detailed models of patient-specific structures from CT and MRI scans. Images from...

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    The rapid growth in the use of EMRs and the increased use of digitally driven technology have resulted in the production of large amounts of highly valuable data, bringing the era of big data to healthcare. But what exactly is big data? Essentially, big data is used to help describe large datasets—sizes currently...

    The reprocessing of medical devices labeled “single-use” is not terribly popular among original manufacturers. Seeing the market share of their products being cannibalized by those very same products, they have lobbied for greater regulation, citing for example, an increased risk of infection, the possibility of cross...

    Brimming with lights, scanners, machines, heaters, washers and computers of every description, most of which are on all the time, hospitals are massive electricity consumers. With tight budgets and the planet’s resources dwindling, the race to reduce energy consumption is heating up. Hospitals are employing a range of...

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