Galaxy Care Hospital in Pune, India, has deployed Versius, a next-generation surgical robotic...
- Covid-19: Caretaker’s wireless device deployed to monitor patients at Australia’s first virtual hospital
- PLAGH 301 in China begins use of ZAP-X platform
- India’s Galaxy Care Hospital deploys surgical robotic system Versius
- Florida-based St. Joseph’s Hospitals acquires robotic guidance system for spine surgery
- India’s Sterling Cancer Hospital starts treatment with Halcyon system
Leeds Teaching Hospitals partners with Philips for cardiac care
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in the UK has signed a seven-year managed service agreement with health technology firm Royal Philips for cardiac care.
Heidelberg University Hospital to use RayStation system
Heidelberg University Hospital in Germany has partnered with RaySearch Laboratories to use RayStation for helium ion therapy planning at its Ion Beam Therapy Center.
Micronova mini catalogue offers ‘go to’ source for cleanroom documentation
Micronova launches the first in a series of mini-catalogues with "Pens and Markers for Superior Documentation” -- detailing its range of standard and irradiated ink, gel and marker pens.
Pudu Robotics enables non-contact delivery in hospitals
Pudu Robotics has enabled non-contact delivery service in numerous hospitals globally via its robot Pudubot. The robot is meant to reduce the spread of the coronavirus during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Novant Health to deliver PPE with drones amid Covid-19
US-based Novant Health, which operates 15 hospitals, has launched an emergency drone operation as part of its Covid-19 pandemic response.
Adventist HealthCare hospital installs ICU units for Covid-19
Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center has became the first hospital in the US to install STAAT Mod ICU units to care for Covid-19 patients and those with other critically illnesses.
Lorn and Islands Hospital to host drone delivery trial for NHS
Lorn and Islands Hospital in Oban, Scotland is set to host a drone delivery trial for National Health Service (NHS) in the country to support Covid-19 response in the UK.
Greiner Bio-One’s 2019 Positive Business Development
Last year, Greiner Bio-One employed a worldwide workforce of 2,320 at 28 locations in 20 countries, hitting sales revenues of EUR 509 million, which represented growth of 8% over 2018 (EUR 473 million), passing the EUR 500 million mark for the first time.
India’s SCR develops robotic device for hospital care
South Central Railway (SCR) in India has developed a robotic device, called Rail-Bot (R-BOT) to aid in hospital management associated with patient care amid the Covid-19 pandemic.