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ISSUE 33 // november 2020
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ISSUE 33 // november 2020
Wearables come in a variety of sizes and shapes – including clothing. To find out more about this burgeoning sector, we talk to Chronolife and Servier about their new device - a non-invasive, remote continuous monitoring device for chronic patients - that also happens to be a machine washable t-shirt. Plus, we find out how researchers are working to make the non-invasive colonoscopy a reality.
Also, we find out how growing demand for at-home diagnostics solutions has created a newfound need for at-home blood collection devices, learn why industry experts are questioning the standard method used to measure a patient’s time-of-death, and ask if practitioners should be obligated to inform patients if an AI system has been used to help determine their treatment plan.
Moreover, we find out how AI is being used to increase the success rate for patients undergoing IVF treatment, speak to UK-based company Visionable about its video collaboration platform aptly dubbed ‘Zoom for medics’, and round up some of the most influential mergers and acquisitions in the medical device industry this year.
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Editor | Eloise McLennan
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Chloe Kent, Natalie Healey, Abi Millar, Chris Lo
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Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West
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