The new technology requires only a few drops of blood to test for preeclampsia with results within 30 minutes, a development which could revolutionise the diagnosis and care of the condition.
Many hospitals now use robots to perform both surgical and administrative tasks and Singapore’s Yishun Community Hospital has deployed robots to their various wards to assist patients and as part of their robot therapy.
A report published by CSIRO has detailed the successful trial of a new sensor-based platform with the potential to better support older Australians to live in their own home longer.
An HKBU collaborative research team has synthesised a nanoparticle, TRZD, that can perform the dual function of diagnosing and treating glioma in the brain and offers hope for the early diagnosis and treatment of glioma.
The new centre will upskill researchers in cutting-edge 3D imaging and analysis technology to help repair bones, safely store CO2, deactivate viruses on surfaces and recycle car parts among a range of critical applications.
The method could increase production efficiency of synthetic mRNAs up to 10x and could reduce the amount and the number of injections needed for mRNA drugs and vaccines potentially lowering treatment costs.
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras has developed IT tools to monitor and improve the health of disadvantaged communities in the Chittoor district in Andhra Pradesh using open-source software.
Brain-machine interfaces, a result of recent research conducted at Caltech, demonstrate how devices that are surgically implanted into people's skulls can help patients who have lost the ability to communicate verbally.
OpenGov TV Fireside Chat with Geert Carrein
Part 1 of our OpenGov TV Fireside Chat with Geert Carrein, Vice President of Diagnostic Imaging, Barco Healthcare