Solving common problems patients face, American medical technology company BD is developing an innovative injection device that addresses a few classic drawbacks for patients who need to receive injectables; adherence and convenience. If medication is difficult or inconvenient to take, chances are patients will be more prone to miss doses which can impair the success [...]
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Is our reliance on doctors in decline? After looking at the plethora of new medical devices entering commercialization, there’s a noticeable trend that new devices are being designed that empower patients to monitor, diagnose and even treat their own health. Since the advent of the internet and social media, patients are more inclined to manage [...]
MedWOW is delighted to announce that we are expanding our presence in Asian Markets through the addition of language support and franchisee service staff available now in Mandarin. MedWOW’s ability to offer our customers complete global coverage is paramount to giving our users access to new and profitable business partners worldwide. The growth and importance [...]
Currently, the global medical equipment market is experiencing explosive growth. Some estimates predict it will reach $ 365 Billion US dollars by 2015. This is simultaneously occurring as much of the world economies are experiencing economic recession. Much of what is fueling demand is expansion of health care services for the aging population. Medical devices [...]
As wireless communication becomes more popular, there is increased risk of interference with medical equipment in hospitals. There are several ways to deal with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), avoiding damage as technologies emerge.
The Mobile Health (m-Health) field is applicable to both developing and industrialized nations and includes the use of mobile devices in collecting community and clinical health data, delivery of healthcare information to practitioners, researchers, and patients, real-time monitoring of patient vital signs, and direct provision of care via electronic mobile telemedicine.
Diffusion MRI, the commonly used magnetic resonance imaging method, produces in vivo images of biological tissues weighted with local microstructural characteristics of water diffusion. In diffusion-weighted imaging, each image voxel has an image intensity that reflects a single best measurement of the rate of water diffusion at that location. This measurement is more sensitive to [...]