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Smart sensor wound care that may reduce diabetic amputations

Smart sensor wound care that may reduce diabetic amputations
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Our smart wound dressing incorporates optical fibre sensors which will remotely monitor multiple biomarkers associated with wound management, providing a more complete picture of the healing process.

First use of microscopic sound waves to study cell abnormalities

First use of microscopic sound waves to study cell abnormalities
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Dr Fernando Perez-Cota from the University of Nottingham has won a prestigious five-year fellowship to explore the use of harmless sound waves to view deep inside living cells to aid early diagnose in diseases such as cancer.

First prize for anaesthesia technology research

First prize for anaesthesia technology research
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First prize for anaesthesia technology research won by Rishie Sinha of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.

UoN launches world-first label-free chemical imaging equipment

UoN launches world-first label-free chemical imaging equipment
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The University of Nottingham launches novel equipment for label-free chemical imaging of materials, cells and tissues, with the potential to transform research in these areas.

Sensing and Imaging for diagnostics, detection and monitoring

Sensing and Imaging for diagnostics, detection and monitoring
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CHT is proud to be partnering with Medilink EM to host: Sensing and Imaging for diagnostics, detection and monitoring. This free to attend event will share a wide range of developments in sensing and imaging technologies which can be used in new medical devices to improve diagnostics, detection and monitoring of clinical signs. Be there!

2019

2019
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Featuring selected healthcare technology news and events from the CHT and its members in the University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

£1.9m to make heart models to test drug safety

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A mathematical biologist at the University of Nottingham has received funding of over £1.9m from Wellcome to develop mathematical models to test whether new pharmaceutical drugs will have side-effects on the heart, significantly reducing animal-based safety studies.
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