Ramya Sriram, digital content manager at Kolabtree, the freelance platform for medical device consultants and scientists, discusses why a flexible remote team is a strong asset for medical device small and medium enterprises.
Prospective nurses each year complete their post-secondary degrees and training, soon to start their careers in clinics and hospitals. As a part of their training in the basics, many learn to properly place feeding tubes. Perhaps shockingly, some do not.
Innovative thin film electrode technology is expected to reach the market soon, prompting medical specialists, healthcare executives and investors to take note of its potential benefits over current technology. Author Dave Rosa, President and CEO of NeuroOne Medical Technologies provides exceptional information and advice.
By: Dr. Archana Nagarajan
Freelance Scientist at Kolabtree
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill and hit most countries very hard. The USA is in the eye of the storm and the virus has caused immense...
Based on observations in the USA, Spain, Italy, France, and the UK, and from postmortem of lung involvement in COVID 19, all revealed pulmonary thrombosis, which is not typical ARDS. More alarming, was that patient hypoxemia was not responding to PEEP but high oxygen flow.
Aortic stenosis continues to be a major global healthcare issue, affecting 62 million people over the age of 65 years worldwide. Driving earlier intervention is a key focus for healthcare providers and policy makers. Consequently, the market for Aortic Valve Replacement (mainly Transcatheter Heart Valves) is expected to grow substantially over the coming years, rising from US$6 billion today to an estimated $US7 billion by 2025.
Due to medical needs, there is a whole industry focused on the creation of implants for different parts of the body. Today’s engineers are constantly researching to make these implants even better, more functional and to increase their lifespan.