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Professor Alexander Wong and Robert Amelard at the Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging analyzing blood-flow data extracted with their new touchless device, pictured right.

New Touchless Device Detects Heart Problems

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a new system that can monitor vital signs and could potentially lead to improved detection... Read more

Exercise

Benefit of Exercise, Diet in Patients with Heart Failure

According to a study published in JAMA , calorie restriction or aerobic exercise can improve the ability of obese older patients with a common type... Read more

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HealthManagement.org: Top Management Tips, 2016: No. 5

HealthManagement.org publishes the latest on cutting edge practice in healthcare management across our Imaging, ICU, Admin, IT and... Read more

Cardiac Arrest

3 Ways to Improve Cardiac Arrest Survival

Survival rates for patients who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital are extremely low. An editorial published in the  Annals of Emergency... Read more

Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator

Study: Patient Experience With Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator

Approximately 30,000 people in the UK and 326,000 people in the US experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest each year. The implantable cardioverter... Read more

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Chelsea Beecher serves as the Director of Development for the American Heart & Stroke Association in New York City. She led the launch of STEM Goes Red in New York City and received the Innovator of the Year Award in 2018 for this initiative. STEM Goes Red aims to empower young women to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)... Read more

Robots were first used in cardiovascular medicine in the late 1990s as a part of the digital revolution . Since then, robotics have been applied to endovascular surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, and interventional cardiology, to name a few fields. Robots give medical professionals the ability to diagnose, treat, and intervene more... Read more

Most people don't think much about stethoscopes but the fact is that this tool, so commonly associated with doctors, is at a crossroads. Having been in use for nearly two centuries, the stethoscope is in the midst of a debate with respect to its utility in healthcare.  Over the years, medical technology has advanced to a great extent. The sounds... Read more

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Dr. Marina Álvarez

Tomosynthesis for Breast Cancer Screening Programs

Early adopters of digital breast tomosynthesis in Spanish and Italian...

Dr. Sapna Kudchadkar MD

PICU Up! A multicomponent early mobility intervention for critically ill children

An overview of the 'PICU Up!' mobility programme at Johns Hopkins...

 James Mucklow

Cyber infection control: Time to take it seriously

Both infection control and cybersecurity support the whole care process,...

Prof. Dr. med. Mathias Goyen

Can machines behave morally enough for healthcare?

Machine ethics: A case for human-centric Artificial Intelligence...

Dr. Matteo Parotto MD, PhD

Outcomes after 1 week of mechanical ventilation for patients and families

We review recent findings on outcomes in adults after mechanical ventilation...

 John Welch RN, BSc, MSc

Developing new approaches to patient safety

International Society for Rapid Response Systems joins with the Patient...

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