The use of oxygen concentrators is expanding beyond the typical medical markets to enhance endurance and support physical fitness. These devices receive, purify and then distribute newly formed air.
Hospitals are facing challenges to minimize medical errors and manage data more efficiently. High acuity information systems are one such solution to these challenges.
The global orthopedics devices market offers tremendous opportunity for manufacturers by creating new and sustained export options for companies which will result in the removal of market barriers and help firms to capture a large share in the market.
Royal Philips has agreed to buy medical device maker Spectranetics Corporation for 1.9 billion euros. Philips say the company will generate close to $300 million in sales this year and revenues will continue to grow at double-digit rates over the coming years.
According to a letter published by Sky News yesterday, Google DeepMind has received personal health data from 1.6 million NHS patients on a legally inappropriate basis.
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The pharmaceutical industry is undergoing a technological revolution. We’re seeing innovations and advancements that have the potential to shape the future of pharmaceutical research, development and manufacturing.
Increasing incidence of chronic disorders and contagious diseases, that need portable and quick diagnosis, is estimated to fuel the market growth.
In October, IBM, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Harman International announced they would work together to launch cognitive hospital rooms powered by IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT).