EWMA Milan 3-5 May 2023

Leonardo da Vinci with his genius created not only art, but also used science to understand, describe and develop the world around him. There was a time when wound care was more an art than a science, but thanks to contributions from many disciplines, wound healing is now solidly based on science and evidence. Our … Continue reading

15th February 2023

Importance of Adopting New Techniques for Endoscopy Technology

The increased use of endoscopic procedures results in a growing need for qualified endoscopy technicians as it provides less invasive patient care therapy. The future of healthcare is being shaped by medical technology, including substantial developments in endoscopic technology. Endoscopy technicians, also known as gastrointestinal technicians, work with physicians and nurses during endoscopies. The technique … Continue reading

22nd September 2022

International Surgical Week – 15-18 August 2022

We are pleased to invite our clients the upcoming International Surgical Week ISW 2022 – 49th World Congress of the International Society of Surgery ISS/SIC, which will take place on 15 to 18 August 2022 in Vienna, Austria. The ISW 2022aims to provide a platform for scientific and clinical working groups where they can collaborate … Continue reading

12th August 2022

Robotic surgery: the importance of social sharing

During the first Chemnitz’ Robotic-Symposium, two experts reported on the current state and the future of robot-assisted surgery and highlighted why it is a good time to be involved in this field of technology. Once thought of as technique viable only in a far-off future, the use of robotics in surgery now is part of … Continue reading

22nd April 2022

Treating Parkinson’s by restoring a waste-clearing mechanism

Stanford University scientists identified a compound that appears to reverse a defect implicated in Parkinson’s disease. (alex-mit/iStock/Getty Images Plus) Scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a molecular defect that seems common among almost all patients with Parkinson’s disease. The marker could help diagnose the neurodegenerative disorder earlier, they argue, and it … Continue reading

11th October 2019

AI system takes 10 seconds to accurately identify key findings in chest X-rays of pneumonia patients

Example of CheXpert dataset: Frontal and lateral CXR of a patient with Pneumonia.( Researchers from Intermountain Healthcare and Stanford University say 10 seconds is about how quickly a new system they studied that utilizes artificial intelligence took to accurately identify key findings in chest X-rays of patients in the emergency department suspected of having … Continue reading

11th October 2019