Articles by Ian Bolland


Wireless stethoscope device given CE certification

A wireless stethoscope device which uses AI algorithms to examine children’s lung and heart recordings has been given CE certification. StethoME aims to help parents monitor their children for early signs of respiratory issues at home, with the stethoscope capable of detecting, classifying and analysing pathological sounds within children’s lungs Examinations with a traditional stethoscope…


Q&A: How tech can help flag up early signs of dementia

Web content editor Ian Bolland caught up with Cognetivity COO Dr Tom Sawyer following results from its research and development programme into its Integrated Cognitive Assessment (ICA) platform. The results were published in the academic journal Scientific Reports. The paper describes results from key studies validating the effectiveness of the ICA’s unique approach of using…


NHSX chief explains approach to NHS app

The CEO of NHSX Matthew Gould has said he doesn’t want to make the NHS app ‘all-singing and all-dancing’. In his first blog in the role, Gould spoke about the role of the NHS app, saying he wanted to keep it thin and let others use the platform to come up with ‘brilliant features’ on…

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