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The dilemma of patching medical device software
10 August, 2015
ForeScout Technologies explains the predicament faced by Healthcare IT staff in patching downlevel software to maintain security compliance without breaching regulatory requirements.
Using algorithmic security to combat counterfeit batteries
01 January, 2015
Battery counterfeiting is increasingly becoming a global problem. The ubiquity of portable devices, from everyday electronics, such as smartphones and digital cameras, to more specialised equipment such as medical, industrial and security apparatus, has resulted in the growth of this copycat market. Improvements in global logistics have made these batteries readily available at the click of a button. Tom Bush, electronics engineer at Accutronics, explores the world of counterfeits and looks at algorithmic security, a new method being used to fight the fakes.
Israel’s scientific ethos driving pharma industry value beyond $2.3 billion by 2020
01 January, 2015
Israel’s pharmaceutical market value will increase from approximately $1.9 billion in 2013 to $2.34 billion by 2020, driven by medical technology advances, high research and development (R&D) expenditure and a robust economy, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.
Is a lack of medical engineers putting lives at risk?
21 September, 2014
A report released by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers suggests that the low priority given to NHS engineers is leading to problems caused by faulty medical equipment, cancelled operations and - inevitably - poor value for money for taxpayers.
Dental and nutrition experts call for radical rethink on free sugars intake
21 September, 2014
Sugars in the diet should make up no more than 3% of total energy intake to reduce the significant financial and social burdens of tooth decay, finds new research from UCL and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. The study, published in the open access journal BMC Public Health, analysed the effect of sugars on dental caries, also known as tooth decay. They show that sugars are the only cause of tooth decay in children and adults.
Research reveals healthcare organisations\' increasing financing challenge in acquiring/upgrading medical equipment and technology (11 August, 2014)
World first gene therapy trial for heart muscle launches (11 August, 2014)
University of Leicester study shows insects could inspire prosthetic limb development (22 July, 2014)
Windows XP vulnerabilities in the healthcare industry (28 May, 2014)
Medical IT infrastructure security (12 February, 2014)
Meeting the network security challenge in the healthcare industry (10 December, 2013)
Wireless Technology Delivers a Secure Future (09 October, 2013)
Letter to the Editor - supporting patient self management (10 September, 2013)
Australian demand increases for healthcare professionals (05 September, 2013)
New research points to memories being stored in the cerebral cortex (28 August, 2013)
Prisons and partner organisations need to do more to provide health care to growing population of older prisoners (22 July, 2014)
NHS is not doing enough to attract talented IT professionals says new poll (19 July, 2013)
Nerves shown to play key role in triggering prostate cancer (12 July, 2013)
Finnish scientists discover new mechanism regulating the immune response (01 July, 2013)
Virtual pillbox on smartphone increases patient safety (13 June, 2013)
Frequently heading footballs may lead to brain injury (11 June, 2013)
Cambridge scientists pinpoint molecular trigger for Alzheimer\'s disease (21 May, 2013)
RCGP calls for urgent action to protect patients during NHS 111 rollout (10 May, 2013)
Hospitals need to act to be protected from new terrorist threats (03 May, 2013)
Survey finds majority of doctors demand permanent withdrawal of 111 service (23 April, 2013)
One third of people with rheumatoid arthritis are at high risk of repeated falls (11 April, 2013)
Some types of papilloma virus may prevent cervical cancer (10 April, 2013)
Manchester researchers discover links between lifestyle and the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis (18 March, 2013)
New sensor for methylated DNA simplies search for epigenetics-related diseases (15 March, 2013)
Statistics help to compile a high resolution atlas of the human heart (27 February, 2013)
New insights as to why cells stick to each other (15 February, 2013)
Elastography cancer detection method offers patient benefits (05 February, 2013)
Triple risk of death faces depressed stroke survivors (15 January, 2013)
Research points to possible saliva gland test for Parkinson\'s Disease (15 January, 2013)
Lund University discovers defence mechanism to protect against killer bacteria (15 December, 2012)
Smart stethoscope monitors treatment of kidney stones (13 December, 2012)
Talking to a friend or relative prompts 40 per cent of people to visit GP (27 November, 2012)
New test looks to improve cervical cancer detection (23 November, 2012)
New online resource tool offers useful infromation about seasonal influenza (14 November, 2012)
Terrence Higgins Trust introduces first National HIV Testing Week in England (08 November, 2012)
New research pinpoints the genetic basis of inflammatory disease (02 November, 2012)
GPs says internet searches can aid patient consultations (25 October, 2012)
Irish researchers provide insight into cognitive changes in multiple sclerosis (11 October, 2012)
Anglo-French research team focuses on prevention of collagen-related diseases (02 October, 2012)
Telecare audit shows reablement funding has failed to help social care across England (18 September, 2012)
German research focuses on light-activated reversal of anaesthesia (14 September, 2012)
New research approach offers insight into diabetes genes (03 September, 2012)
New method grows artificial tissues With embedded nanoscale sensors (28 August, 2012)
Novel blood test predicts sudden death risk patients that may benefit from ICDs (27 August, 2012)
Pioneering surgical blood salvage technology aims to transform blood processing (22 August, 2012)
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