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In the next issue of Medical Technology, we track the controversial use of vaginal mesh implants from the 1980s to the present day, unwrap the FDA’s new voluntary programme for medical devices, and find out how a device that delivers electromagnetic waves to the brain could reverse memory loss in Alzheimer’s disease patients.
Also, we examine how manufactures redesign older devices to stave off competition, explore ways that drones are being used to help transport medical supplies, and take a look at an innovative diagnostic app for respiratory disease that could help speed up diagnosis.
Plus, we find out how AI is being used to tackle post-traumatic stress disorder, ask if technological advancements are pushing us toward an age of diagnosis without doctors, and, as always GlobalData analysts provide insight into the biggest trends and innovations in the industry.
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Editor | Eloise McLennan
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Chloe Kent, Allie Nawrat, Chris Lo, Natalie Healey, Lucy Ingham, Ellen Daniel, Robert Scammell, Luke Christou, Harry Lye
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