In the next issue of Medical Technology, we delve into the complex world of mental health to find out if artificial intelligence could be the key to discovering biomarkers for depression and anxiety, and – sticking with the head – we take a look at the emerging technology of anti-inflammatory earbuds, which are designed to help treat tinnitus.
Elsewhere in the next issue, we round up the key trends in digital therapeutics that are set to impact innovation over the coming decade, examine ways to improve the relationships between pharma companies and healthcare professionals, and find out how an asthma management device for patients under five is helping parents to manage their children’s condition.
Plus, we unpick the subject of intellectual property law in medical technology, ask if an autonomous robot could be the new face of drug transportation, and explore the arrival of a new robotic gynaecology service at London Bridge Hospital in the UK.
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