Updated Doctor’s Bag Makes Telehealth House Calls

Updated Doctor’s Bag Makes Telehealth House Calls

Telemedicine may replace physician house calls and emergency department visits but it also requires special-purpose technology and personnel who can the technology and relate to patients. Telehealth has spawned a new mobile device category that consists of mobile...
Hybrid Telehealth Model Assists Homebound

Hybrid Telehealth Model Assists Homebound

At first glance, telemedicine for in-home medical care seems a sure bet given its potential for improved access to care, resource management, and cost containment. Telemedicine should be an easy win with regulatory bodies, healthcare providers, and insurance...
VR Lullaby Uses Brainwave Images [video]

VR Lullaby Uses Brainwave Images [video]

The CDC reports about one in three adults in the U.S. does not get enough sleep (which the CDC defines as 7 or more hours per 24-hour period). With an admitted bias against pharmaceutical use to rack up more sleep hours, we’ve covered a variety of wearable...
Visual Prosthesis Restores Vision [video]

Visual Prosthesis Restores Vision [video]

Almost two years ago we wrote about Second Sight Medical Products’ Argus II prosthetic retina replacement and a new product, Orion. Orion consists of a camera mounted on a pair of glasses, a mobile controller, and an electrode array implant. The camera sends...
Using Bacteria to Create Graphene

Using Bacteria to Create Graphene

Graphene is an engineer’s wonder material. Graphene is a unique nanomaterial with exceptional flexibility and strength. Almost transparent in thin layers, graphene is about 100 times stronger than the strongest steel. Its ability to conduct electricity makes...