Technological surveillance

Surgical and Interventional Simulation

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Global R&D trends in Surgical & Intervention Simulation
Global R&D trends in Surgical & Intervention Simulation 1024 684 Edu Soler

Most aspects of medicine have historically been learned in an apprenticeship model by means of observation, imitation, and instruction. This paradigm is rapidly changing towards the adoption of medical simulation. This is due to the irruption of more technology in surgeries and due to law maturation in the field. The following report captures the most

Minimally invasive surgery and laparoscopy

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Global R&D trends in Surgical Robotics
Global R&D trends in Surgical Robotics 800 600 Edu Soler

Something is changing in the surgery market. Surgical robots are further more than the Da Vinci System. Two key trends are driving the new surgical era: 1) New companies entrance, 2) Increase in the number of indications and procedures. This report focuses on most relevant robotic surgical systems in the market as well as their entry…

3D printing

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Global R&D Trends in 3D Printing
Global R&D Trends in 3D Printing 640 336 Edu Soler

3D printing (3DP) is a relatively new, rapidly expanding method of manufacturing that found numerous applications in healthcare. Today, it is rapidly expanding: almost every week new printers and printing materials offer new possibilities as well as new exciting applications appear.

Antibiotic resistance

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Global R&D trends in Antimicrobial Resistance
Global R&D trends in Antimicrobial Resistance 960 528 Joaquim Campoy Rubio

Antimicrobial Resistance: A threat to global public health Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is described as the ability of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites to react against antimicrobial drugs, commonly through mutation, in order to render these ineffective --microbes are not inhibited and changed they keep on multiplying and spreading.

Sepsis

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Opportunities of Research and Innovation in Sepsis
Opportunities of Research and Innovation in Sepsis 798 793 Anna Ullastres

Abstract Sepsis is a life-threatening condition arising from an infection, mostly caused by gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria. Sepsis can potentially lead to multiple organ failure and death, especially in young children, elderly people, or people with impaired immune systems.

Wereables

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Wearable Devices in Health: Are We Ready?
Wearable Devices in Health: Are We Ready? 300 230 Anna Ullastres

Wearable Health Devices (WHDs) were born in the 1990s as an innovative technology to monitor human vital signs, and they are still an emerging technology today.

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