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- Two hospitals in Israel begin trial of Augmedic’s xvision-spine
- How can technology influence the patient-physician relationship?
- What is driving the high flu rates in Texas?
- Google continues to charm the healthcare space with its AI platforms
- Artificial Intelligence system predicts life expectancy to aid palliative care
Two hospitals in Israel begin trial of Augmedic’s xvision-spine
Two hospitals in Israel, Sheba Tel Hashomer Medical Center and Asaf Harofeh Medical Center, have begun first-in-human clinical trial of Augmedics' xvision-spine (XVS) augmented-reality surgical navigation system.
Finding new ways to stop the spread of seasonal influenza
Influenza, also known as the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by the influenza viruses. The disease can result in mild to severe illness.
How can technology influence the patient-physician relationship?
The advancement of technology within healthcare has not only drastically improved the health of populations through innovative treatment and efficiency of care, but has also contributed to the shift in the dynamics of the patient-physician relationship.
Sonoscanner secures bid to provide ultrasound scanners to Swedish hospitals
Sonoscanner, a France-based ultrasound scanner provider, has secured a bid to provide its ultra-portable ultrasound system, U-Lite, to all the hospitals in Sweden.
US hospitals warn of drug shortages caused by disaster, flu, GMP issues
Weather-related issues, such as damage to Puerto Rican drug manufacturing sites during Hurricane Maria last year, have played a role in bringing the issue of drug shortages to the public’s and regulators’ eyes.
Breast cancer screening in the UK: an administrative failure
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the world and the most common cancer in women worldwide, accounting for 16% of all female cancers.