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This week: The Future of Patient Monitoring - The TGA's New Action Plan for Medical Devices - Crocodile proteins showing promise in a range of medical treatments - and more.
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The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has released its ‘Action Plan for Medical Devices’. The Action Plan is made from a three-part strategy than plans to further strengthen Australia’s regulatory requirements. - adia.org.au
NSW Health will soon roll out a new radiology information system and picture archiving and communication system (RIS-PACS) across 11 of its organisations. - healthcareit.com.au
A medical trial in Perth could help millions of people around the globe struck down with Alzheimer’s. It all comes down to one tablet WA doctors believe has them on the brink of a worldwide breakthrough. - perthnow.com.au
Sydney-based clinical geneticist Professor Robyn Jamieson has discovered a new genetic condition that causes blindness. - racgp.org.au
An extraordinary medical trial has provided a major breakthrough in global spinal cord injury research, with Australian researchers fighting to bring the new technology to Australia. - 9news.com.au
Clinical and non-clinical staff of today spend too much time on things that do not interoperate, according to Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) President Dr Harry Nespolon. - healthcareit.com.au
The patient monitoring market is expected to be worth more than $350 billion by 2025, as the focus is likely to move beyond device sales to solutions. - hitconsultant.net
An increasing number of hospitals are offering "interactive patient-care systems" -- a tablet with controls and apps patients can use, including one with access to their hospital medical information. - dailyherald.com
When this emergency doctor was unable to help a patient experiencing addiction, he looked deeper. - racgp.org.au
Those who subscribe to the idea that fire is best fought with fire may not be surprised to learn that flesh-eating crocodiles are now being used to combat flesh-eating bacteria. - abc.net.au
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