This article delves into the evolution of wearable devices, shedding light on their transformative impact in promoting physical activity, monitoring vital signs and fostering overall wellness.
Implanted in patients as part of Health Canada’s Special Access Programme that allows life-saving technology not currently available to be used when no other treatments are suitable, the device is what Anteris claims is the world’s only balloon-expandable, single-piece THV.
The global medical equipment maintenance market grew from $32.55 billion in 2022 to $37.31 billion in 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.6%.
Innovations that are transforming the global healthcare industry. Here are five innovations that are pushing even more boundaries in healthcare.
The rising cost of materials and shortages of components over the last years have affected the medical device market, and this is expected to continue in 2023. The rising cost of materials such as metals, plastics and chemicals, is driving production costs.
Medical device manufacturers are currently focusing on technologies that automate manual processes, leverage patient health data, and improve patient care in 2023. Creative MedTech solutions met the challenge. We’ve compiled a list of 10 medical device trends to watch out for in 2023.
COVID will continue to make its way through unvaccinated populations and will remain a part of the national care delivery landscape even as “COVID fatigue” reins supreme. As confusion lingers on an optimal vaccination regimen, patients who otherwise might have been boosted, may contract moderate to severe COVID at higher than expected rates.
A new computed tomography (CT) scanner was installed in June, making HHS the first hospital in Canada to have this type of machine. Newer features provide more functionality, faster processing, and improved image quality.
This report provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global medical equipment market as it emerges from the COVID-19 shut down.
Demand for medical imaging (MI) services in Canada is growing. Finding the most efficient way to use, maintain, upgrade, or replace MI equipment has important implications not only for patients and clinicians requiring these diagnostics, but also impacts health system efficiencies and access to services such as surgical procedures and cancer care.
Technology and medicine have gone hand and hand for many years. As the years pass by and technology continues to improve, there is no telling what medical advances will come next. Here we have rounded up the top 10 new medical technologies in 2022.