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  1. News Article
    Keyhole surgery can allow complicated procedures to be carried out with just a few access cuts, helping to reduce patient recovery times and potential risk of infection. But the remote controlled robots that can perform this type of surgery are often very large, expensive and not widely available. Now a new robo-surgeon with a modular design could be about to change that. View video Source: BBC News, 9 November 2020
  2. Content Article
    OptiMed-ID is an innovation unique within the UK, which uses robotic technology and logistics software to produce and deliver individual doses of medication within an acute hospital setting. It enables complete control of medicine prescribing, supply and administration, reducing medication errors and cutting waste. Already deployed and delivering significant cost savings in 20 hospitals in Italy, the independent evaluation work – completed December 2015 – has confirmed that the use of “optimisation of medicines with individual dosing” (OptiMed-ID) in an NHS acute hospital setting can deli
  3. News Article
    Pioneering robotic surgery to remove hard-to-reach head and neck cancers has been performed in Wales for the first time. More than 20 patients a year from across Wales are expected to benefit from the new service at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. Surgeons use a precision robot with several arms to remove tumours and improve the chances of recovery. The first patient is recovering well from his operation in December. A human surgeon's wrist can turn 180 degrees, whereas the robot's four 'hands' can rotate four or five times. This dexterity reduces the need for
  4. News Article
    As part of the HTN Health Tech Trends Series, Health Tech Newspaper has researched a variety of health tech projects making a difference across health and care. Read full story Source: Health Tech Newspaper, 5 December
  5. News Article
    How would you feel about a robot performing major surgery on you? 2019 has seen a boom in the use of cutting edge robotic technology and there is more to come. Evidence suggests robotic surgery can be less invasive and improve recovery time for patients. That could be good news with ever growing demand on health services. But how do patients feel? BBC News speaks to a patient as he prepares to put his trust in robotic assisted surgery, hoping it would mean he could get back to work more quickly. Read full story Source: BBC News, 12 December 2019
  6. Content Article
    This special issue focuses on the role of technology and innovation in patient experience and includes editorials, commentaries, personal narratives, research articles and a case study.
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