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ISSUE 27 // may 2020

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ISSUE 27 // MAY 2020

In the next issue of Medical Technology, we take a look back through the history of one of the most iconic pieces of equipment used in medical research: the microscope; find out how a broad coalition built by Canada-based Sona Nanotech is working to develop rapid screening tests for Covid-19, and round up key technological advancements in sports medicine.

Plus, we find out if the future of blood tests could be robotic, get to grips with the mechanical controllers used to operate surgical robots, unpick the materials that make up the world of medical textiles,

Also, we take a look at a painless electronic stimulation device that helps to control blood clots in the legs, and speak to industry experts about the vulnerabilities that still lie in the medical devices being used in hospitals all over the world.

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