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5 interesting things to look out for at Medica 2018

Medica gets underway in Dusseldorf, Germany from 12th November and lasts for four days. The Digital Health Age team has picked out five things you should look out for if you’re going along to the trade fair. Wireless technology With digital technology becoming more and more integrated into healthcare, applications and new ways to communicate…

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Restarting the healthcare industry’s security heartbeat

Nick Hunter, senior manager of threat intelligence at cyber security company Venafi discusses what systems need to be put in place if cyber security is to be made key in healthcare. Technology is changing the healthcare landscape for the better – from providing immediate access to medical records, to sensors that can track a patient’s…

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Could wearables help manage an ageing population?

Neil Oliver, Accutronics, looks at how wearables could help medical services manage the long-term health conditions that an ageing population brings. The World Health Organisation (WHO) predicts that by 2050, the worldwide population over 60 will have doubled to reach two billion people. With most age-related illnesses beginning at the age of 50, it’s clear…

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This wearable wants to give ALS patients a voice

A new wearable device is hoping to improve the lives of people with Locked-In Syndrome by helping them to communicate with their loved ones. EyeControl is being labelled as the first wearable eye tracking device for patients with Locked-In Syndrome. It allows patients to communicate 24/7 via eye gestures, with audio feedback coming through a…

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