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11/24/2021

Racial Bias In Medical Devices, UK Calls For Action

Not long ago, during the peak of COVID, many people lost their lives. The situation was miserable as the resources were burning out, medical stores were short on supplies, and the cherry on the top was the bias in medical devices. At such times, some articles came up suggesting that people from brown ethnicities were more prone to develop severe COVID-19...

11/22/2021

Researchers Uncover Healthcare Software Loopholes leaving medical devices vulnerable to hackers

Information Technology (IT) has a firm slot in almost all professions. Whether it is teaching or healthcare, its impacts are everywhere. From multinational companies to country hospitals, everyone is reaping its benefits nowadays. Some conduct trades, some run their business globally while cutting off the significant expenditure on manual work via IT and...

10/28/2021

Imaging Technology: The Advancement and Transformation in Cancer Treatment

Researchers and manufacturers are heading towards integrating real-time imaging technology into therapy systems to improve cancer treatment. Also, manufacturers are moving towards Flash Therapy, a powerful addition to delivering ultra-high doses of radiation in a few seconds. It's a long list of manufacturers  working on the technology, so let's look...

10/19/2021

Medical AI: Developing More Accurate Diagnosis Standards

Many researchers created medical AI algorithms to scan healthcare imaging and quantify the degree of the ailments in a specific patient as they discovered more about COVID-19 throughout the initial periods of the epidemic. In addition, radiologists presented several alternative score methods to describe what they saw in respiratory scans and established...

10/16/2021

Smart Medical Devices: The transformation of effective hospital care

Introducing technology in medical and healthcare institutions helps people improve their well-being, effective treatment, and quick recovery. Manufacturers are focusing more on smart medical devices, and they feel accomplished in their goals. For example, thousands of medical devices empower surgeons and make them able to do quick surgeries effectively....

10/13/2021

The executive and medical views of 3D printing in the healthcare Industry

Medical and healthcare are now revamping most of their studies to the next level by adding more technology and advancement. 3D printing is another contributor to today's medical view, as 3D printing is used in creating living human cells for use in regenerative medicines and tissue engineering. In addition, with 3D printing, customized and precise...

10/11/2021

Researchers develop AI-based ‘the Care System’ to improve the detection of retinal disease

A team of international researchers belonging to the United States, China, and Australia has invented a new system of AI. They developed a comprehensive solution of a retina specialist system based on AI, called the Care System . This system  can identify and monitor a wide range of retinal diseases. The researchers are from the University of Miami...

10/10/2021

CT technology - A promising advancement for next generation

Computed tomography or CT scan is mainly known for improved and high-quality images, lowering the dose, and streamlining the doctors' workflow. The recent launch of high-powered CT technology is chasing the challenge with deep learning and other related technology to deliver high-resolution images and speed up CT scan sessions. CT scanners minimize...

10/09/2021

Impact of precision machining on the future state of medical devices

Precision machining is used in a broad spectrum of fields, such as healthcare, aircraft, and electronics. Similarly, many medical device manufacturers used CNC (Custom Machined Components) machines to make various surgical instruments and gears. In addition, the medical equipment industry is also producing a range of medical components, such as implants...

10/05/2021

Therapy for a rare secondary cancer in children has been discovered

Cancer has many types, and it affects many organs. Although a list of cancer you can find over there, 50% of people in the U.S fight in the cancer battle. In all these circumstances, oncologists are also trying to discover the treatment for specific cancer types. Recently, the research  uncovered treatment for rare secondary cancer. It is openly said...

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