Patient monitoring system developer Leaf Healthcare today released results from a study exploring the ability of its Leaf wearable patient sensor to prevent pressure injuries on acutely ill adults, touting that patients were 73% less likely to develop such injuries when monitored with the device.
Panelists at the recent J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco, CA were charged with separating the hype from the reality in the field of diagnostics and offered insight into what products will win in the space.
Recent guidance from UK medical device market regulators on human factors engineering (HFE) includes some recommendations that differ from HFE requirements established in Europe, suggesting a more standalone British approach to some areas of device development.
The technological advances taking place in the medical device and equipment field has been astounding and is cause for much anticipation in 2018. It has opened a world of opportunity for those individuals who would like to not only improve their services, but also their business prospects. With so many medical device trade shows out there, Drugdu.com has narrowed it down to 5 not to be missed exhibitions for 2018.
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