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In the next issue of Medical Technology, we investigate the shocking rise and fall of electrical aversion therapy in the US after the FDA banned the use of electrical stimulation devices to treat self-injurious or aggressive behaviour in neuroatypical patients earlier this year. Plus, we examine the lure and danger of coronavirus home testing kits.


Also, we find out how a collaboration between the Rwandan Government and Babylon Health put Rwanda on track to become the first nation in Africa with a digital-first universal primary care service, take a look at the tech driving innovation in smart ambulances, and examine what manufacturers can learn from the science of ‘super sniffers’.


Plus, we find out how technology is helping to prevent infection at surgical wound sites, explore the digital future of ophthalmology, and ask if an artificial pancreas could be a game-changer for diabetes research.

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