Search Tag: endoscopy

IMAGING Management


2014 20 May

St Thomas’ Hospital, part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, has installed an Artis zeeTM Multi-purpose (MP) system from Siemens Healthcare into its new state-of-the-art Endoscopy Unit. The interventional imaging system is the first in the UK to be installed with a large 56-inch full colour screen. During the installation, Siemens worked...Read more

IT Management


2014 01 Oct

MobileOptx (PA, USA) has developed an easy-to-use device for attaching endoscopes to smartphones to give clinicians more mobility when they use these medical devices. As most physicians carry smartphones, it is logical to use the devices to capture images—both pictures and video—for later review by supervisors, patients, or for the medical record. The...Read more

Executive Health Management


2016 15 Jun

The European Association of Endoscopic Surgery has fostered the development and maturation of minimally invasive techniques during the past 25 years. Minimally invasive surgery, the largest revolution in surgery since endotracheal intubation in the early 1900's, has made a difference in the lives of millions of patients worldwide and continues to expand...Read more

Executive Health Management


2017 16 Feb

Technological advances in endoscopy over the past years have been spectacular. Endoscopy has surpassed its function as an examination tool and is today the mainstay not only for diagnosis but also for treatment in Gastroenterology. Developing countries in particular are challenged by a shortage of training, qualified healthcare professionals and medical...Read more

Executive Health Management


2020 11 May

How is COVID-19 affecting patient management? Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, critical care units are overloaded with patients who require urgent and successful guided intubation for treatment and airway management. The more patients with COVID-19 there are, the greater is the need for treatment and continued patient management....Read more

IT Management


2020 14 Oct

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common malignancy globally, yet more than half of cases are diagnosed late because of excess demand for colonoscopy, the current gold standard for screening. However, a combination of new technologies, such as robotics and computer vision, can help in improving the situation, a new study shows.  ...Read more