Medically focused AR technology helps visualize, train and treat, even from a distance.
During the current operating environment there has been an increased need for healthcare training using patient simulators for students and practicing healthcare professionals.
Medtech companies will need to collaborate more closely with other parties in healthcare, as the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic will have a comprehensive reach throughout the entire ecosystem. MTI speaks with Johnson & Johnson VP Raymond Fryrear, M.D. on the topic.
With the Covid-19 pandemic increasingly forcing healthcare testing, diagnosis and treatment online, the promise of augmented and virtual reality is drawing deepening interest in Asia’s medtech market.
Across the continent, governments and hospitals are purchasing robotics systems from abroad as well as developing the technologies themselves.
Wireless medical applications have the potential to improve the quality of care, efficiency and patient comfort as well as reduce medical errors.
Reparative medicine technology is an option to delay or avoid orthopedic surgery.
The market is projected to hit nearly $4.2 billion by 2025.
The company continues to drive global expansion by investing in high growth segments and expanding its innovation pipeline to new markets.
Transformational technology is delivering effective and efficient training with precision.