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As the Middle East’s leading healthcare platform, Arab Health attracts a high level of UK clinicians, clinics and healthcare technology companies every year. Over 4,000 companies will exhibit at the flagship event in January 2020, from 64 different countries across the world.
Artificial intelligence-powered cardiovascular diagnostic systems are currently entering the market, with promises to improve both patient outcomes and the wellbeing of clinicians. Ross Upton, the founder of Ultromics, provides an insight into how AI could alleviate stress and burnout for clinicians operating within cardiology.
Contaminated flexible endoscopes are medical devices which may be associated with outbreaks of healthcare-associated infection.1 To minimise this risk, effective cleaning and disinfection of flexible endoscopes must be undertaken. Dr Tim Sandle explains why, for this process to be effective, several steps need to be followed in a controlled manner.
With the build enabled by business development funds from the city council and fitted out with leased equipment, the new and impressive sterile services department at Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is an exemplar of best practice and marks both a career high and a swansong for one of its creators.
The Clinical Services Journal provides an overview of the latest insights into the state of care in the UK – from performance in emergency medicine and cancer care, to inpatient mental health and learning disability services. According to the CQC, pressures are being felt across all health and care settings…
A campaign to raise awareness of sepsis in Scotland, combined with the introduction of the latest technology in microbiology, has had a positive impact on the speed of clinical intervention and potential outcomes, as Janet Young, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, explains.
A medical device is changing the way physical therapy is delivered, using a new approach to turn traditional physical and cognitive exercises into clinically-built interactive ‘exergames’. The Clinical Services Journal spoke to co-founder and CEO of MIRA Rehab, Cosmin Mihaiu, to find out more.
For more than 100 years Chemische Fabrik Dr Weigert has been atthe forefront of innovation in the cleaning and disinfection market, setting high standards in hygiene in the medical, laboratory, food and pharmaceutical industries. The CSJ discovers how the organisation is addressing environmental issues.