How Telemedicine Helps Those With Parkinson’s

Telemedicine is something I’ve touched on numerous times over the past few years, and there are a growing number of examples of its benefits, both […]

Using holograms to perform remote diagnoses

Performing accurate diagnoses in remote locations is incredibly challenging, not least because of an inherent lack of equipment and resources. A new system, developed by […]

The Smart Wearable Device To Prevent Back Pain

It’s estimated that as many as 80% of adults will experience lower-back pain at some point in their lives.  Finding an effective way of solving […]

Using IoT to provide smart monitoring in ICU

Sensors are commonplace in most advanced hospital wards, but an Israeli startup believes that its latest device can provide welcome additional insights in the intense […]

New system provides early warning of cellular stress

I’ve written before about some fascinating projects using machine learning to test the potential toxicity of medicines.  A good example of what’s possible is provided by […]

The device that provides early warning of chronic diseases

A lot of the applications of big data and machine learning in healthcare have revolved around the provision of an early, or earlier, diagnosis of […]

The app that aims to predict epileptic fits

I’ve written a few times recently about new technologies that are hoping to help people suffering from epilepsy.  For instance, a recent project from UCL […]

The wearable devices supporting Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s can be a debilitating condition, but there are a number of fascinating mobile and wearable devices aiming to improve matters for patients. For instance, […]

Smart scales as an early detection health device

At the recent AXA PPP Health Tech & You awards, British startup Kardia Mobile progressed to the final.  The company provide an add-on for a […]

The headphone insert that can warn about tinnitus

Earlier this year I wrote about Shoebox, a medical device created by Canadian startup Clearwater Clinical.  The device is the first clinically validated mobile audiometer […]

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