February 2021

In the next issue of Medical Technology, out in February, we dive under the covers to find out how an app for the Apple watch is helping to monitor and treat patients suffering from chronic nightmares, and explore an innovative project at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Trust that is allowing patients to access their health records on iPhone.

Also, we investigate the challenges of establishing and maintaining consistency in machine learning models used across the UK, ask if an AI-powered lung could be the future of Pneumonia diagnosis, and examine what the coming year could have in store for notified bodies in the Europe.

Plus, we take a look at ways that VR is helping patients with social anxiety, discuss innovative business models for med tech with strategy and marketing consultant firm Simon-Kucher, and examine the link between diagnostic imaging and testicular cancer.


Editor | Eloise McLennan

Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Chloe Kent, Allie Nawrat​​​​​​​, Abi Millar, Natalie Healey
Magazine Designer | Tyrrell Lowe

Graphic Designers | Anett Arc, Ashley McPherson, Marzia Del Gaone, Noemi Balint, Petra Konyi-Kiss, Maria Gimenez, Filipe Costa, Martina Labaiova

Lead Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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