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Oracle Corp. to help build world's first "Digital Hospital"

...nic medical records storage, digital imaging and a wireless communications network permitting doctors and other caregivers to access patients' medical records from anywhere, inside or outside the hospital.The hospital will come up at Birmingham, Alabama and will cost around 120 to 125 million U.S. dollars.The...

FDA approves first pocket-sized EKG machine

..., the PocketView ECG can transmit the results over wireless phones to a computer for a doctor to view. Or plug in a printer and the PocketView will spit out the electrocardiogram's traditional spike-covered paper printout....

Warning on radiowave exposure

...ng role in everyday life - what with cellphones,// wireless computers and personal digital assistants, pagers, and text messengers. We often walk past cellphone base stations, often unaware of their existence. In other words, we are bathed in an invisible 'electrosmog', says Raymond S. Kasevich, an expert on...

Brain Temperature Tunnel dicovered

...ture at the tunnel and transmit the signal both by wireless methods and wires, as well as ultrasound or infrared waves. The devices for measuring brain temperature, he says, are non-invasive, continuous, precise, convenient, low-cost and versatile. He says they can be used under all conditions such as working...

Treating Stroke Patients in Rural Areas

...ssessed and treated as well by a neurologist via a wireless Internet program as they can in person. That good news comes from a study in the October online issue of Stroke.// Treatment through this Internet-based program includes the use of the clot-busting drug tPA, when appropriate, to help rapidly dissol...

Doctoral communication gets wired badge: wireless communication.

...allows staff in different locations to talk over a wireless network. They use badges which are hands free devices, about the size of an iPod nano, and can be pinned to a uniform or worn around the neck. Users can make instant connections with anyone in the hospital simply by speaking their name or departmen...

Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

...heir assessments and lab and radiology orders on a wireless laptop at the patient's bedside, rather than lugging heavy charts around. Later this year, they plan to implement the same technology at Manatee Memorial, he said. ...

New User-Friendly Mobile Device Launched For At Risk People

...d, that provides users with the benefit of instant wireless communication and location detection, surpassing the complications of normal cell phones. The small and simple device that has been launched for commercial use as a part of the MobilAlarm project (funded by the European Commission) would allow users ...

Hi-tech Walking Stick Developed For Visually Impaired

...IANS. The Rs.50,000-project has a user-triggered wireless identification system, vibration warning signal manager and a battery-driven speaker that can identify and speak the number of a bus. Dheeraj Mehra, a student associated with the project, said: "The gadget has two parts - vibration technology to de...

IIT Delhi To Display Its Technological Innovations In 'Open House'

...nd can detect bus on road through a user-triggered wireless identification system and use vibration as a warning signal while commuting. Also on display will be products like eco-friendly sanitary napkins, television antenna holders, robots with weightlifting capability and an automated mechanical flush for...

Teeth Reformation could be Possible with Ultrasound Technology

...d the National Institute for Nanotechnology. The wireless design of the ultrasound transducer means the miniscule device will be able to fit comfortably inside a patient's mouth while packed in biocompatible materials. The unit will be easily mounted on an orthodontic or ‘braces’ bracket or even a plastic r...

New Reflux Disease Technology More Comfortable, Not More Effective

A wireless device that measures the acidity of stomach conten..., M.D., lead author of a new review of evidence on wireless esophageal pH monitoring for gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. The systematic review was c...

Delhi to Host E-health Global Meet Next Month

...s like "mobile e-health for developing countries", wireless telecom solutions for telemedicine and e-health, medical multimedia and virtual reality and e-health in rehabilitation medicine. Alongside the event, a global exposition on the telemedicine and e-health industry will be organised from Aug 17 to 22...

Chennai Firm Ties up With Israeli co: for Telemedicine

...agreement with an Israeli company to introduce its wireless telemedicine technology in India. // The technology enabled patients to be monitored anywhere and at any time through pocket personal computers, mobile and basic telephones, Heartline Managing Director Dr Selva Annamalai told reporters recently. I...

Sensors placed at home capable of signaling onset of early signs of dementia in elderly

...y room, door-mounted magnetic contact sensors, and wireless transceivers that sent the data to a computer in the home. The scientists then determined the number of times the sensors fired each minute during 24-hour blocks of time to create an overall activity level score for each participant. Researchers fou...

New Biomedical Device to Monitor Hip Implant Healing

...e U of A research team has invented a self-powered wireless microsensor for monitoring the bone healing process after surgery—it is so tiny it can fit onto the tip of a pen. "This microsensor not only reduces post-operation recovery time, it will also help reduce the wait time for patients needing artificial...

Canada proudly showcases state-of-the-art Public Hospital in Ottawa

... health care. The entire hospital is designed with wireless information technology the first of its kind across Canada would be a break through in delivering the very best of health care right upto the bed side of the patients. Well light and spacious it offers renewed hope to psychiatric patients with the ...

Mobile Robots Offer 24/7 Care to Neurosurgical ICU, Stroke Patients

...Stroke Center are the first in Houston to use this wireless robotic technology to help provide 24/7 coverage for patients, giving them immediate access to a physician. The Remote Presence technology is part of a larger patient safety and quality initiative within The Methodist Hospital System. The blue and ...

‘Smart Way of Living’ for Dementia Patiens

...older people). “The really smart thing about the wireless technology we have used in this flat is that we can take the elements that clients find particularly useful in the smart home and install them in their own home,” said Professor Roger Orpwood, Director of BIME. “The whole installation is quite uniq...

Remote Device to Monitor Patients Daily at Their Homes

...UDE? Patient Management system to determine if the wireless home monitoring system can decrease hospitalizatio...t into the implanted defibrillator sends data to a wireless system placed in the patient’s home. The data is automatically transmitted to a secure Internet serv...

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