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New anaesthesia guidelines

The World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists has updated the International Standards for a Safe Practice of Anaesthesia, co-published with the World Health Organization.

Smart tech for improved patient outcomes

Australia-based international life sciences investment firm BioScience Managers has invested in a new medical device platform to enable remote patient monitoring.

The impact of using medical scribes

Two new articles in the recent issue of The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety focus on reducing healthcare provider stress and burnout to improve satisfaction and patient care.

Better treatment for COPD patients

Royal Philips recently announced new data on combining home oxygen therapy with home non-invasive ventilation as treatment for chronically hypercapnic COPD .

Study finds combination therapy may reduce stroke

According to a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded trial, combination therapy may prevent stroke in certain people.

New appointment at Blink Health

Technology company Blink Health has announced that Susan Lang has joined the company as Chief Strategy Officer.

Osteoporosis going undiagnosed

According to GlobalData, more than half of cases of osteoporosis in the seven major markets are undiagnosed despite increased awareness of the disease.

AXA’s Early Diagnosis of Dementia award

Cognetivity Neurosciences Ltd has won the AXA Health Tech & You Challenge in the Innovations in the Early Diagnosis of Dementia category.

Bridging the gap between medical malpractice and cyber risk

Advisen has published an infographic in which it looks at why bridging the gap between medical malpractice and cyber risk is critical for the wellness of patients and the healthcare industry.