As director of the Institute for Population Health Improvement at the University of California, Davis, Kenneth W. Kizer brings plenty of experience in the use of technology to help manage large populations. A physician by training who is board-certified in
Technological innovation in healthcare rehabilitation could hold the key to transforming the lives of thousands of stroke survivors by helping them to get back on their feet. By using wearable ‘haptic bracelet’ devices, we’re aiming to cultivate an innovative method
Medical technology pioneers believe that 100 years of age will become the new 60 as scientific breakthroughs, software and gadgets extend and improve our lives quickly. This may seem implausible, but med tech iterates as quickly as does information technology.
Bev Dutro’s 82-year-old mother has trouble remembering things. Sometimes she can’t recall what she wore or who visited her last. Dutro and her two siblings found caring for their mother, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s five years ago, increasingly difficult.
It can be difficult to see everything necessary, and in great detail, during brain tumor surgery. Often, a neurosurgeon is choosing between breadth (microscope glasses known as “loupes”) and depth (a microscope sitting outside the surgical field) as the surgery
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