The trend in using robotic surgery is increasingly growing. This technology, available since 1999, has several regulations for da Vinci robotic surgery training.
Medical Testing Devices and Instruments
During the past century, the health care field has seen many new technologies for testing patients. Today's medical equipment helps doctors diagnose and treat patients much earlier than just a few decades ago. Learn about all the different types of medical testing equipment as we explain how all the latest devices work and what they do.
The ECG machine has been a life-saving machine since its creation in 1887. The machine has evolved into a handheld version of the older device that is suitable for home use. The handheld ECG monitor is perfect for medical professionals to monitor the activity of the heart while at home.
Since the creation of the pacemaker as one of the first implantable medical devices, other devices have been created to treat or monitor medical conditions. This article will give an overview of the most popular implanted medical devices.
Pain control is one of the most important areas in patient care. There are a number of pain control portable home medical devices such as the ultrasound machine, the interferential therapy unit and the electromagnetic therapy device.
Are you interested in trying a new fitness and weight loss device? Use this side-by-side comparison of Bodybugg vs. Fitbit to figure out which one is right for you.
Do you own a Bodybugg? If so, the Bodybugg mobile app may be just what you are looking for to enhance your experience.
Are you looking for an easy way to keep track of your help and learn more about medicine? If so, read on to learn about the hottest health care phone apps.
Diabetes is a medical condition that requires constant monitoring. Make is easier with these Verizon apps for diabetes.
Have you ever heard of IVR? IVR means Inter active Voice Response. But what does this mean for patient care?
Learn about the flaws in an “alternative” therapy for cancer. The Clark Zapper cannot heal or cure cancer, yet it is marketed as a bona fide treatment. Part 1 of a two-part series.
What harm can alternative therapy do? Learn how one alternative treatment for cancer and other diseases causes real harm to patients. Part 2 of a two-part series.
Modern technology is all about computers and robots. Learn how robots are impacting patient care.
Health care technology is embracing robotics more than ever before. But how can they help with providing better patient care? This article explains.
Can magnets cure arthritis pain? Can crystals restore balance and treat illnesses? Read a skeptical view of these and other devices that are said to heal through mystical emanations.
We’ve all had our blood pressure taken so we know what Sphygmomanometers are but health care has a new type of instrument using nanotechnology it is called the Nano Sphygmomanometer.
Wouldn’t it be great if the same bug zapper technology was used in heath care to ‘zap’ harmful bacteria and viruses before taking their toll on the human body? That technology is becoming a reality.
Ever wondered how doctors are able to significantly lower a person’s body temperature? Find out inside how things are changing for this important procedure