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This week: The 3D-printed healthcare revolution - Hospitality, the key to patient satisfaction - Drones, phones and responding to elderly falls - and more.
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It might seem like science fiction but 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is on the path to revolutionise medicine. Proponents say the technology could speed up surgical procedures, produce customised prosthetics and even print human tissue capable of replacing organs. And it comes with some big advantages. - particle.scitech.org.au
When 33-year-old cystic fibrosis patient Jordan Trieger received a double-lung transplant, it was meant to be a second chance at life. But like 40 per cent of patients who undergo a transplant, Mr Trieger developed a bacterial infection and his body started rejecting his new organ. - abc.net.au
Would you choose a hospital based on its Yelp reviews? Relying on hospitals’ patient satisfaction scores as a guide amounts to much the same thing, according to new Cornell research. - news.cornell.edu
Medical technology companies are privy to the market opportunity behind this disease and are racing to create affordable, easy-to-use wearables for diabetics to better manage their care. - forbes.com
Panic alarms for the independent elderly are becoming increasingly common. They vary in sophistication but generally rely on the user to activate them. - hospitalhealth.com.au
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