Your Future Healthcare in seconds!

Your Future Healthcare in seconds!


Sources from the Future Healthcare Exhibition and Conference claimed that the discussions delegated to the attendees were about,

“Technology, new and old. How will this help push the healthcare forward?”

The annual event that took place in London, UK, showcased world-class innovation in healthcare space. Listening to short introductions to new products in the Health Innovators Theatre, they all had the potential to change the way that healthcare professionals deliver and monitor healthcare...

The scope of digitization is huge. However, there were also companies attempting to reinvent old technologies using a fresh approach.


  1. Early Dementia Detection 

Today, Alzheimer’s disease — the most common form of dementia — is one of the leading causes of trusted Source of death in the United States. As the population’s average age slowly rises, the number of deaths due to dementia are likely to rise in line.

  • Despite this, catching dementia early remains challenging. Oxford Brain Diagnostics believe that their technology can catch the condition years before symptoms become apparent.
  • Their secret lies in cortical disarray measurement (CDM). In short, this technique enables scientists to gather an “extra level of detail” from existing MRI scans. This allows them to detect changes in the microanatomy of the brain.


  1. Blockchain for health

Healthcare has always been about the patient, of course. However, in recent years, there has been an increasing push to involve the patient more deeply. Particularly, there has been discussion around how doctors store our data, who keeps them, and how they are shared.

“Medicalchain enables the user to give healthcare professionals access to their health data. Medicalchain then records interactions with [these] data in an auditable, transparent, and secure way on Medicalchain’s distributed ledger.”


  1. Cancer screening through Mobile

    Present-day cancer scanning machine. Women undergoing scanning for breast cancer.


In 2018, globally, there were 570,000Trusted Source new cases of cervical cancer. Around 90 per cent of deaths from cervical cancer occur in low- and middle-income societies.


Better screening and earlier intervention could significantly reduce the mortality rate.

  • MobileODT worked with the National Cancer Institute to develop a machine learning algorithm, called automatic visual evaluation (AVE), that can produce an accurate diagnosis in minutes.

A prospective, multicentre pilot study, that scientists conducted in Korea showed that the device is more than 90 per cent.

  • Yael Misrahi — head of global partnerships at MobileODT — outlined the product at Future Healthcare. MNT caught up with her after the event, and she explained that one of the primary benefits of this system is that “it is handheld and can be used by a non-expert healthcare provider.”
  • Because the device is based on smartphone technology, it is user-friendly and includes a “remote consultation feature to consult experts either in real-time or during a quality assurance check.”


  1. Upgrading disposable batteries

Trying to ward off biomagnification, here is how batteries work has remained relatively unchanged for decades. BlueThink — without altering the underlying chemistry — have developed a way of making a common type of battery safer and more cost-effective.

Manufacturers now widely use button batteries in medical devices, as BlueThink’s Javier Eduardo Nadal explained to MNT:

“Medical devices are now smarter and more user-friendly than ever before.”
“This growing trend relies on good design and the use of technologies like LEDs and screens to improve the user experience, as well as connectivity to provide patients, doctors, and healthcare systems with valuable data.
“All these innovative devices have one thing in common: They need energy.”

Why not Button batteries? Button batteries are not without their problems; if a person leaves them on a shelf for a long time, they lose their charge. If they are incinerated — for instance, those of contaminated disposable medical equipment — they explode.

  • They are also harmful to the environment and a significant hazard for children if swallowed.
  • According to BlueThink, they have found a way to mitigate all of the above.
  • Using standard battery technology but with a twist, they have created a flexible battery that a child could safely swallow, that does not explode when incinerated, and that keeps its charge when left on a shelf.
  • Importantly, it is also low-cost and producible in large quantities.
“small amount of energy can make a big difference in a medical device, but it must not compromise user experience, safety, or sustainability,”

said Nadal to MNT.


  1. Robots vs. loneliness

Everyone is turning out to be an introvert, these days. Not that everyone is lonely but is this course of social anxiety? Loneliness is a real, increasing issue in the U.S. and globally. Many healthcare professionals now recognize loneliness as a risk factor for several medical conditions, including cardiovascular disease.



  • For this reason, we need to address loneliness, urgently. Service Robotics Limited has recently created an innovative solution that aims to bridge this gap.
  • Genie Connect is a friendly-looking miniature robot. The designers described it as
“a companion robot service that uses a friendly, intuitive, voice-enabled robot to offer connectivity and support older adults.”

It can carry out commands in a similar way to other popular virtual assistants, but it has a range of bespoke, customizable features.

  • Genie Connect can have a conversation and set up video chats with healthcare professionals and family members. Service Robotics Limited designed it to help stimulate and engage the user’s mind. It also reminds the user when to take medication and attend appointments.


  1. Breathe more easily?

With the existing pollution, it is detrimental to life!   According to the creators of this instrument, “SoeMac alternative therapy creates energized oxygen, which your body can safely use to help restore itself at night while you sleep.”



  • SoeMac is a small, rectangular device that gently whirrs. A user simply switches it on and leaves it by their bed at night. According to the designers, it helps us breathe more easily and sleep better.
  • They say that “it works by drawing air inside and producing a bio-usable form of energized oxygen, known as Singlet Oxygen Energy, or SOE.”
  • “This can help your body to carry out essential restorative work while you sleep at night, boosting the effectiveness of your night-time detoxification and bodily repair functions.”
  • However, SoeMac’s creators are planning and hoping that it might give relief to people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.


In hope for more innovations to circumcise all the cons and help eradicate the deadliest of diseases, too.
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