Surgery

Dental robotics leader Neocis secures US$20M in funding 

Neocis, a global leader in robot-assisted dental implant surgery, has announced that the company has raised US$20M in additional funding.    Neocis manufactures and markets Yomi, dentistry’s first and only robotic surgical system...

Intuitive’s da Vinci single-port surgical system receives CE Mark

Intuitive, a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and the pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery, announced that the da Vinci Single-Port (SP) surgical system has received CE mark approval for use in Europe for endoscopic abdominopelvic,...

Surgeons use HoloCare’s mixed reality platform to visualise a patient’s liver.  

Norwegian HealthTech startup HoloCare scales its commercial footprint across Europe, following UKCA and CE certification. The mixed reality and AI-powered platform will initially launch in five hospitals to support pre-surgical planning.   ...

Rotenburg Hospital becomes the latest to adopt Versius 

CMR Surgical, a global surgical robotics business, announced that Kreiskrankenhaus Rotenburg, Germany has become the latest hospital in Germany to adopt the next-generation surgical robotic system, Versius.  Introducing robotic surgery for the first...

The drain management solution set to revolutionise post-surgical care 

Invisi-Drain stands as a pioneering solution in post-surgical care, delivering a transformative approach that alleviates the burdens associated with other drain management solutions. It offers discreet functionality, facilitates convenient showering,...

Allied Digestive Health adopts Suki AI solution to improve gastroenterology work 

Suki, a provider of voice Artificial Intelligence-powered healthcare solutions, announced a partnership with Allied Digestive Health (ADH), the third-largest gastroenterology organisation in the US. Comprised of over 200 gastroenterologists, pathologists,...

NHS staff call for ‘long overdue’ investment in HealthTech 

According to new research from BT, NHS staff have joined a chorus of voices calling for the rapid rollout of digital technology to tackle growing wait times for diagnosis and treatment, as concerns mount around existing targets to reduce hospital waiting...

Leading healthcare organisations unite to improve women’s health equity

Over 40 leading organisations, including Ferring, UCB, Roche, GE Healthcare, SAP, Salesforce, Tech Mahindra and Microsoft, have signed an open letter urging improved gender equity in global healthcare. The letter, which was shared at the World Economic...

Q&A: John Klepper, CEO, Pipra 

Pipra AG has developed life-changing Artificial Intelligence to prevent postoperative delirium (POD), a condition prevalent in those over 60 who undergo routine surgery, however, a huge 70% of cases go undiagnosed. With our ageing population, more and more...

World’s first fully robotic liver transplant 

In a historic achievement, the Organ Transplant Center of Excellence (OTCoE) team at King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre (KFSH&RC) has successfully performed the world’s first fully robotic liver transplant in the Kingdom of...

Off-grid solar energy alleviates labour challenges in rural Africa 

Six hundred health clinics across sub-Saharan Africa are able to provide care and treatment to patients outside of daylight hours, thanks to solar-powered lights and off-grid energy systems provided by d.light, the global provider of transformational...

Unnecessary hysterectomies: Interview with Dr Katsnelson, Founder and CEO of USA Clinics Group 

Dr Katsnelson, Founder and CEO of USA Clinics Group, a parent company for several healthcare centres including USA Fibroid Centers, sheds light on the alarming prevalence of hysterectomies in the US. Uterine fibroids, affecting 26 million American women,...