In the first issue of 2021, we take a look at some of the tech set to shape the future of the medical industry over the coming year. We start by delving into the paramedic toolkit to find out how advancements in technology are helping front line staff to assess, triage and transport patients in the field. Following this, we go behind bars to examine how medical technology and devices are changing healthcare for prisoners in the UK.
Also in the next issue, we ask if the British medical industry will ever part ways with pager technology, take a look at a new wearable said to aid erectile dysfunction treatment, and investigate the potential of neuromodulation as a long-term treatment for tinnitus.
Plus, we find out how virtual reality is being used to transform mental health treatments, examine the state of device manufacturing in Scotland, and unpack ways that CRISPR is helping diagnose the novel coronavirus.
Editor | Eloise McLennan
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Chloe Kent, Natalie Healey, Abi Millar, Chris Lo, Allie Nawrat
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Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West
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