The Internet of Things (IoT) and Cybersecurity Concerns in Healthcare Data Sharing
The Internet of Things (IoT) is widely appreciated in many applications, including medical monitoring and healthcare, due to its low cost and autonomous operations. However, transmitting patient data over an insecure channel can lead to security and privacy risks.
Nanotechnology in Medicine
Nanotechnology has wide applications in the medical field in the form of nanomedicine. Some nanoparticles have potential applications in new diagnostic devices, imaging and methodologies, targeted medicines, pharmaceuticals, biomedical implants, and tissue engineering.
Clinical Automation and Robotics in Cardiac Surgery
The popularity of minimally invasive surgery has increased significantly in recent years and offers significant advantages over traditional methods in many surgical procedures. This rapid growth has been made possible by significant advances in medical technology.
Health technology trends seen in 2023
As we move toward 2024, let us think about what the future of technology in healthcare will look like and how it will benefit the hospital environment. Here is a look at emerging healthcare trends that we will explore in more detail in future articles.
Perfusion.com Cardiovascular News Roundup: September 2, 2022
Weekly roundup of interesting reads for the perfusion community, this week including a re-cap on the continuous search for biocompatible materials, big studies in China, Norway and the Netherlands, along with new technologies and original research.