Ukranian medtech startup ComeBack Mobility has raised US $1M for its "Smart Crutch Tips" - an ingeniously simple yet sophisticated piece of tech that attaches to regular crutches, and pairs with a smartphone app and web service - to heal faster from lower leg injuries than ever before.
Patients will soon be able to receive medical prescriptions from their doctor via a claimed "world-first smartphone app".
Getting a truly thorough and complete medical diagnosis from a handheld portable device is still in the realm of science fiction, but Prizma is our closest 21st century equivalent.
Forget about breathalysing for blood alcohol levels, how about breathalysing yourself to accurately zero in on your health status? ezOxygen aims to do that.
Over $5 million in new investment funding will be used to develop services for Australian researchers in fields including climate, medical, terrestrial and marine environments, culture and genomics.
Qantas says it’s excited to be "gearing up for the rollout of in-flight Wi-Fi on about 100" of its domestic aircraft – fast and free!
More than 27 million Android devices with medical apps installed also potentially have at least one high-risk malware — yet 65% of doctors share patient data via SMS text message and 33% via Whatsapp.
A Kaspersky Lab tech expert has found ways to hack into medical devices in an attempt to explore security weaknesses and how to address them - the findings will make you ill!
Blue Jeans, the cloud-based video conferencing and collaboration tool, has helped Epilepsy Action Australia address massive geographical and fiscal challenges.
Scientists at the Biotech Research & Innovation Centre (BRIC) in Denmark have used advanced genetic algorithims processed on a SGI supercomputer to discover how genetic diseases such as cancer systematically attack the networks controlling human cells.
Telstra Health has launched a new GP telemedicine service – ReadyCare – that facilitates access to a doctor using phone or video to receive advice, treatment, diagnosis and prescriptions.
Frontline medical workers in Victoria have helped software company Readify develop “groundbreaking” technology that is transforming the treatment of critically ill patients across the state.
Analytica Ltd is an Australian company with a world first connected device to help women overcome Urinary Stress Incontinence, called Pericoach, and we interviewed its CEO for the details!
Speak, and ye shall find that Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac, version 4 is fast, accurate, improves clinician productivity and provides more time for patient care.
Deployment of SAS analytics software is facilitating a dramatic reduction in patient response times by the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) to remote locations across Australia.
Australian organisations have been warned they may be placed at risk of litigation through compliance breaches due to the increasing cost of collecting and analysing business data, and that the problem could negatively impact their competitive potential in the wider market.
LEAD Wins Four Awards in Two Categories in ComponentSource's Sixth Year of the Annual Awards
A Brisbane surgeon who sees himself as a medical Internet evangelist will today perform a three to four hour operation on a cancer patient at Brisbane Private Hospital which will be streamed live to an audience of surgeons and medical educators.
Charlotte, NC (December 14, 2011) - LEAD Technologies is pleased to announce the release of a re-mastered LEADTOOLS Version 17.5. This updated version includes many enhancements and several new technologies and features within its Document and Medical product lines.
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