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Electronic Data Capture
An Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system is a computerised system that collects clinical data in electronic format and is typically used to support human clinical trials. Typically, EDC systems provide: A graphical user interface component for data entry A validation component to check user data A reporting tool for analysis of the collected data EDC systems are used in te pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology industries in all aspects of clinical research. EDC oftens increases the data accuracy and reduces the time to collect data for studies of drugs and medical devices. The links shown on this page feature the key word ′Electronic Data Capture’ in their stories:
Hospital Access control in focus at Healthcare Estates show
Access control specialists at Salto Systems will be demonstrating what they can do for hospitals as part of the Healthcare Estates Event taking place next month
Mobile clinical technology features public-facing apps
Exco InTouch, having pioneered mobile technology, increasing retention and compliance through engaging and supporting patients, and facilitating the delivery of ePRO via mobile devices, is now publishing public-facing apps on all three mobile operating platforms (iOS, Android and Windows8).
New network technology provides the mobility, reliability and connectivity to streamline healthcare delivery
A recent market report predicts the growth in medical-device connectivity is expected to grow over 800% worldwide between 2013-2019. But without the right network access, connectivity and management, wired or wireless devices will never realise their full potential to streamline healthcare delivery.
Successful implantation of microsensor for wireless intraocular pressure measurement in glaucoma patient
Implandata Ophthalmic Products reports the successful implantation of the first patient within the ARGOS-02 clinical study at Augenklinik Bellevue in Kiel, Germany. In the ARGOS-02 clinical study, six eye centers in Germany are currently recruiting primary open angle glaucoma patients, undergoing ca
RFID transponder uses 8kB FRAM technology for memory-intensive applications
HID Global's Identification Technologies division is shipping the IN Tag 300 8kB RFID transponder, which is ideal for memory intensive applications. The device incorporates ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) technology from Fujitsu Semiconductor. This accelerates data access close to the max
Healthcare organizations migrate from mechanical locks to wireless electronic access control
Allegion showed visitors to the American Society for Healthcare Engineering Technical Exhibition (ASHE) annual exhibition in Chicago how easily they can migrate from mechanical locks to electronic access control. Allegion featured ENGAGE technology-enabled Schlage NDE Series wireless electronic lock
Licensed Gigabit network links two NHS Trusts
Epsom and St. Helier NHS Trust has become first in the UK to connect two of its sites with a 1Gigabit per second (Gbps) licensed wireless link. The new link will carry all voice and data traffic between the two sites, including WiFi for both patients and employees.
Graphene artificial retina - an interface to the optic nerve
Physicists at Technische Universität München (TUM) are using the special properties of graphene to produce key elements of an artificial retina. With their research program the researchers were admitted to the heavily funded "Graphene" Flagship Program of the EU.
Cyber security report: UK health service reveals low awareness and low projected budgets
Sponsored by ForeScout Technologies, the 2014 Cyber Defence Maturity Report is independent research conducted by IDG Connect during May and June of 2014. Survey respondents included 1600 IT information security decision makers in organisations of more than 500 employees, and spanning five industry s
Experts meet to discuss air quality challenge
Government, local authority and representatives from the Department for Transport have attended a workshop in Gainsborough to assess the role that emissions reduction technology can play.
3D printing process with smooth surfaces developed for lenses and glasses
Making things with a three-dimensional (3D) printer is quickly becoming a commonplace activity. In part this is because of the expanding range of "printable’ materials, which now includes precious metals, biological tissue and even the ingredients for a pizza. But the machines are still not very go
Sperm-inspired brobots controlled by oscillating weak magnetic fields
A team of researchers at the University of Twente (Netherlands) and German University in Cairo (Egypt) has developed sperm-inspired microrobots, which can be controlled by oscillating weak magnetic fields.
Compact, small-scale incubator microscope examines cells in time lapse
Biologists and doctors rely heavily on incubators and microscopes. Now the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering IBMT has come up with a novel device that combines the functions of both these tools in a compact and extremely small-scale system. It is ideally suited for time-lapse examinati
Gravity-beating ultrasonic tweezers for bio-engineering
Pioneering "tweezers" that use ultrasound beams to grip and manipulate tiny clusters of cells under electronic, push-button control could lead to life-changing medical advances, such as better cartilage implants that reduce the need for knee replacement operations.
Electronic patient records for mental health service
The mental health service of Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS trust will use integrated electronic patient records
Support for HIMSS Europe patient care model
Orion Health has expressed its support for the new model proposed for the evaluation of technological capabilities in European patient care
Journal publishes implantable defibrillator trial results
Interim results for the safety and effectiveness of a subcutaneous implantable defibrillator have been published in the European Heart Journal
Nottingham hospitals upgrade ultrasound capability
An overhaul in the diagnostics department at the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust includes the installation of new ultrasound equipment
Electronic observation system for NHS Trust
The e-Observations decision support system for patient outcome improvements through electronic observation will be installed in Hull and East Yorkshire hospitals
Distribution agreement for data analysis software
Adept Scientific will supply Origin and OriginPro data analysis software from OriginLab in the UK
Long term results from CRT Defibrillator use
Cardiac resynchronisation therapy using CRT defibrillators shows promising results after long term implantation trial
Cardiovascular information system for NHS Trust
Diagnostic and clinical communications have been improved at the Royal Berkshire with the use of McKesson Cardiology
Integrated care system breaks down attendance barriers
The use of EMIS Web in north London is helping to reduce non-attendance rates from patients with long term care requirements
Data centre based healthcare data management
Partnership enables healthcare providers to manage critical data within a data centre based service offering
Report details spinal surgery market in Japan
Japanese spinal surgery comes under the spotlight in a report that examines the market to the end of the decade
Antrim Hospital takes advanced locking technology
Salto Systems has supplied the XS4 locking system for use in emergency care areas and on lockers at the Antrim Area Hospital in Northern Ireland
Researchers make inroads in early cancer detection
Aethlon Medical expands brain research discoveries to include isolation of glioblastoma biomarker and therapeutic target
Connect and Share registry for Bristol hospitals
Radiology images will be shared effectively across Bristol's clinicians with the implementation of a Connect and Share registry
Medical device testing equipment for Israeli hospital
Large private medical facility in Israel chooses advanced testing and analysis equipment for biomedical device calibration
First stage connected care programme goes live
West country hospitals have gone live in the first stage of a shared patient data record programme
Reduced work absences with targeted back pain treatment
Study shows that targeted treatment of back pain results in a halving of the incidences of work absences by patients
PACS to enhance raiology workflow
NexxRad Teleradiology will implement PACS imaging software for improvements in radiology care and workflow
Data archiving project underway at UK NHS Trust
Stalis is assisting a London NHS Trust in the migration and archiving of patient records to form an electronic patient records system
European approval for coronary stent
A platinum chromium coronary stent system from Boston Scientific will bring benefit to coronary patients in Europe after receiving CE approval
Vaccination tracking uses fingerprint biometrics
A project on vaccination of children in Benin is making use of multi-spectral biometric fingerprint recognition to track treatment histories
Networked access control system for Tunbridge Wells Hospital
ACT has supplied an IP-addressable access control system including readers, door controllers and software for improving security at Tunbridge Wells hospital
Integrated medical device expansion partnership
Tunstall has joined the Qualcomm Life Network for worldwide expansion in the delivery of connected care services
NHS trusts make steps towards paperless operations
Emergency departments in the south Devon region are taking the route towards paperless care provision with Ascribe Symphony
Mechanical CPR devices for East Midlands Ambulance
Ambulance service in the East Midlands region is deploying the Lucas 2 mechanical chest compression system from Physio-Control in its vehicles
Wheelchair powerpack increases weight capacity
TGA to attend Naidex National with the bariatric powerpack plus system which has increased user weight capacity to 32 stone
Healthcare data management agreement
The EUHCC and Bridghead Software have entered into a reseller agreement for the supply of healthcare data management systems
GP community approves private sector training
Survey amongst general practicioners in the UK reveals high levels of support for training provided by the private sector
PCR wizard assists in reaction set-ups
TouchTools from Tecan provides assistance in setting up PCR reactions on Freedom EVO platforms
NHS Trust makes use of virtualized IT infrastructure
Scalable infrastructure supports growing requirements for data at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust
Data and storage management for healthcare organizations
Healthstore for Flexpod provides healthcare providers with comprehensive data and storage management for clinical and administrative systems
Compact multifunctional haematology analyser
New haematology analyser enables the investigation and diagnosis of haemopoiesis and anaemia in laboratories with restricted space
Optimised protection for healthcare data
Hospital Data Management system from BridgeHead provides integrated backup and archiving with a single data repository
IT policy compliance assurance beyond the network edge
ForeScout Technologies is enabling greater compliances for extended IT network with a remote control appliance which can be used for policy enforcement regardless of network connectivity status
Dental equipment market analysis
New report offers a concise analysis of the market for dental equipment internationally until 2018
Over 1 million electronic patient letters sent by NHS Trust
NHS Trust covering Coventry and Warwickshire has reached the 1 million milestone for electronic patient letters using Docman
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