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Personal Health Systems 2007 Conference
Brussels, 12-13 February, 2007
The conference is organised by the European Commission and involves
cooperation of several Directorates General. Sessions will be held over
two days and will feature experts from a diverse background.
Intelligent Clothing - the future of fashion never looked so good
Multidisciplinary research in nanotechnology-based solutions, new
functionalisation techniques, knowledge-based processes including
bioprocesses, novel fibres and composites-based innovative products,
biomedical sensors, microelectronics, mobile communication and
telemedicine has led to the development of new textile products and
markets characterised by high added-value and growth potential.
All systems go for FP7
"It's a great day", EU Science and Research Commissioner Janez Potocnik
told journalists immediately after the European Parliament approved
amendments to the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) proposal that were
drafted together with the Council.
EU network seeks cures for rare muscle diseases
Leading European researchers and clinicians have joined forces in a
newly launched Network of Excellence (NoE) on finding new treatments
for rare neuromuscular diseases (NMD), such as muscular dystrophies and
spinal muscular atrophy.
Dubbed TREAT-NMD (Translational research in Europe - assessment and
treatment of neuromuscular), the five-year network is the first of its
kind in Europe, bringing together a total of 21 partner organisations
from 11 countries. They include charities and companies that will work
alongside doctors and researchers in the field.
eHealth Project of the Month - Clinicip
Does eHealth contribute to saving lives?
Every year, thousands of intensive care units (ICU) patients across
Europe either die or stay sick for longer than necessary. The cause is
the fact that many ICUs cannot easily control the glucose levels in
each patient's blood. One EU eHealth project may have solved the
Agfa HealthCare announced contract award with Classic Hospitals in UK
Agfa HealthCare announced that Classic Hospitals, a group of ten
hospitalsbased in Reading (UK), has signed an £1.5 Million agreement
to install AgfaHealthCare's next-generation Picture Archiving and
Communications System(PACS), IMPAXTM6.2.
EU project develops software to improve brain tumour diagnosis
A recently launched EU funded HealthAgents project (and recent Best IST
Project Website Award winner) is developing software which is likely to
give doctors everywhere much-needed help in the early diagnosis and
treatment of brain tumours.
New CSW Case Notes website goes live
The website reflects the modern design of Case Notes' new user
interface and includes the primary features and benefits of the Case
Notes base system, modules, tools and packages. The website also
provides in-depth information about Case Notes' innovative
functionality and detailsinformation on the four main areas of the
Harnessing grid computing to save women's lives
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. In the EU and the US,
one in eight will develop it at some point in their lives, and it will
kill one in 28. But harnessing the power of the grid could help
increase the accuracy of diagnoses.
HealthAgents Wins Best IST Project Website Award
The European Commission has given HealthAgents the best IST project
website award during its biannual Information Society Technologies
event (IST 2006) held in Helsinki, Finland last week.
IST 2006 was the biggest IST event ever, involving over 4500 people
from all over the globe. Over 254 Information Society Technologies
projects enrolled their site into the competition via the European
Commission website, through which the wider Internet community rated
More interoperability needed to boost the European ICT industry's
A strong priority for interoperability on all fronts is necessary to
increase the competitiveness of the European information and
communication industries. A report, adopted yesterday by the European
Commission's Task Force on ICT competitiveness and uptake, recommends a
strong focus on developing digital and entrepreneurial skills,
strengthening the internal market, reducing patent costs, and the
promotion of lead markets through public procurement as well.
Mobilising the Clinician
Wireless and mobile applications are a fact of life for other
industries. So why not healthcare? On 7-8 December 2006, at the Hilton
Canary Wharf, London, Mobilising the Clinician brings together
world-leading experts eager to share their wealth of experience,
knowledge and passion in the mobile health arena.
Axiom Aristos VX Plus - a new system for entry into fully digital
The flat detector (FD) has already replaced the image intensifier in
cardiology and angiography. It will enjoy a similar future in
radiography. However, presently many users shy away from the higher
investment costs involved in this change. But with the new Axiom
Aristos VX Plus, Siemens is introducing a system that facilitates entry
into fully digital radiography. This X-ray system equipped with a flat
detector meets nearly all clinical requirements and amortizes within a
short period of time.
CeHR: International Conference 2007
eHealth: Combining Health Telematics, Telemedicine, Biomedical
Engineering and Bioinformatics to the Edge
eHealth Competence Center Regensburg,
December 2-5, 2007
Ruslan David, MD
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