oVio’s New AI Enhanced, Fully Dimensional Imaging Technology May Be a Game Changer for Healthcare & Security Sectors
oVio’s imaging technology has been heavily used and adopted by medical practitioners in cosmetic and elective surgery specialties, allowing for patients to have 360-degree views of everything from before-and-afters to prospective post-op results. Their existing products are well-established as an invaluable resource to doctors providing cosmetic surgery, skincare, hair replacement treatment, and other services to their clients.
The UK will continue with the UK Medical Devices Regulations 2002 (S.I. 2002/618) (UK MDR), as amended, and by the 30th of June 2023, manufacturers will need to follow the UK Conformity Assessment process and place the UKCA mark on their medical devices, as CE marked medical devices will stop being recognised in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales).
If the nation has learned anything from the Covid-19 crisis, it’s that advance planning in safety preparedness is vital to our ability to respond to emergencies, whether they’re viral, violent, or otherwise.
March 29, 2021 Author: Jason M. Ferguson Among one of the most serious damages that happen because of automobile crashes, are spine injuries. A spine injury can leave you completely incapacitated. The NINDS or National Institute of Neurological Problems...
SILVERLON: Battlefield Tested Antimicrobial Dressing Is Critical to Infection Prevention: Dr. (LTC) Julie A. Rizzo, MD, FACS, is a Burn/Trauma Surgeon at the United States Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center Burn Center in San Antonio, Texas
As a burn and trauma surgeon for the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center, I’ve personally seen the powerful advantages of SILVERLON dressing in treating hundreds of burn injuries — including during my three combat deployments.
Dr. David Kremelberg: Using Statistical Analysis to Create Predictive Models with Medical Device Data to Accurately Diagnose Pulmonary Edema in CHF Patients
Expert, Dr. David Kremelberg, shares how DK Statistical Consulting worked with a California medical start-up requiring the development of a predictive model which would connect the readings taken from their medical device to the outcome of patients having fluid in their lungs following a heart attack.
Leadless Pacemakers an Option for a Growing Number of Patients: Studies Show Benefits But Greater Awareness Is Needed to Educate Patients About Their Pacing Options
Studies have shown the benefits of leadless devices, but greater awareness is needed to educate patients about their pacing options. Dr. Laurnece M. Epstein explains why.
February 1, 2021 Editors Note: Why Are Medical Device Multinationals Choking Disruptive Technology and Killing Innovation? Challenges to Innovation in Medical Device Technology Published in the Journal of Endovascular Therapy. View Here. By Prof Sherif Sultan, MB BCh MCh...