A New Class of Technology in Cardiology.
Fresh approaches to AI, mixed reality, surgical robotics and CCM are changing the way we think about cardiology.
From talking to experts in my network, many have pointed out a rising misconception. Some individuals among of the healthcare community believe that we’ve reached the ‘best we can get’ with CRM devices.
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death globally, accounting for 17.9 million mortalities each year. To battle these ugly death-toll statistics, more companies are emerging with innovative, life-saving treatments across the globe.
Artificial Intelligence is a new technology and, for the most part, one of its biggest challenges is just working out how it will be applied. Where it can be used best, most cost-effectively and easiest to gain the best results.
The ‘implant files’ have been published. Following research conducted by over 250 journalists from 59 media organisations across 36 countries, reports of ‘adverse incidents’ stemming from implanted medical devices have hit the headlines.
It’s not often that med tech makes front page news, but it has today - with Apple’s announcement yesterday that they’re including an FDA approved ECG scanner in the Series 4, their latest smartwatch.
The Cardiac Transcatheter Valve business, particularly TAVI, is an area that has been causing disruption in the cardiovascular industry for years - slowly eating away at the Surgical Valve space.