Technology > Surgical technology

MIKO Drip IV Monitoring System

02 July, 2019

The MIKO IV monitoring system saves healthcare workers from having to regularly check how much fluid remains in a patient's IV.


App helps inexperienced perioperative nurses

04 February, 2019 by Laini Bennett

A stressful experience in an operating theatre inspired perioperative nurse Marrianne McGhee to build an app that helps inexperienced junior nurses.


Advantech 24″ PAX-324 Medical-Grade Monitor

01 February, 2019

Advantech's Medical-Grade PAX-324 monitor is designed to deliver medical images of optimal quality.


AQUAAIR oil-free air compressors

01 November, 2018

AQUAAIR oil-free air compressors are designed to provide a clean air supply for patients in operation rooms and medical practices, while offering secure availability and sustainably cost-effective production.


Preventing transplant rejection with new treatment

19 October, 2018

The approach removes the need for donor matching and the use of immunosuppressant drugs to prevent rejection, and could make stem cell treatment accessible to more patients.


3D bones custom made... while you're in surgery

07 November, 2017

'Just-in-time implants' will revolutionise the way bone cancer is treated.


Q&A with a Scrubit end user

17 October, 2017

Maitland Private Hospital's nurse unit manager, Martine Mead, explains how Scrubit has saved the hospital time and money, as well as reduced waste.


New app makes surgery set-ups a breeze

17 October, 2017 by Kristy Platt

Australian nurse's invention streamlines surgery set-up, and reduces costs and waste.


First SA hospital to offer 3D surgical technology

07 July, 2017

Calvary North Adelaide has become the first hospital in South Australia to adopt the latest in 3D laparoscopic imaging.


The Future of Image Guided Therapy is Here: Introducing Philips Azurion

01 June, 2017 by Kevin Barrow, Managing Director, Philips Australia and New Zealand

Today more than ever, first-time-right imaging is key.


Charlie Teo supports new medical drone trial

12 May, 2017 by Corin Kelly

Remote Australian communities could expect to see medi-drone services operating within 12 months.


Nanoscale sensor to detect disease

29 March, 2017

A new nanoscale sensor has been developed that can help detect cytokines — molecules that play a critical role in cellular response to infection, inflammation, trauma and disease.


Surgery of the future

15 March, 2017

Move through a virtual operating theatre to learn about technologies including new imaging tools, robotics, biomaterials and more.


Thought-controlled movement

28 February, 2017

A device smaller than a paperclip could one day help paralysed people move their limbs with the power of thought.


New 'smart needle' to make brain surgery safer

23 January, 2017

A new high-tech medical device to make brain surgery safer has been developed by researchers at the University of Adelaide.


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