• Is There a Place for Google Glass in Hospitals?
  • Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”; Joe, Schwartz, Singh, and  Synho Do
  • Warren Wiechmann MD, Medical Education Innovator Hangout
  • Improved Process Raises Prospects of 3D-Printed Bone Grafts
  • Familiar protein restores insulin sensitivity
  • English Toddler 2, Second Degree Burns Are Healed With Stem Cell Skin Spray
  • Speedy computation enables scientists to reconstruct an animal’s development cell by cell
  • Chris Madison, Simulation Technician  had Hangout: re: Google Glass in Simulation Training
  • SMART TECH: NANOTECHNOLOGY WILL CHANGE THE WORLD
  • Stem Cell Transplant Reverses Sickle Cell Disease in Adults
Is There a Place for Google Glass in Hospitals?

Is There a Place for Google Glass in Hospitals?

SOURCE July 19, 2014 Last July, Stephanie Shine waited an agonizing 18 hours before she could see and touch her baby for the first time. He was delivered three and a half months early, weighing one pound and two ounces, and kept in the newborn intensive-care unit (NICU) for 101 more »

Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”; Joe, Schwartz, Singh, and  Synho Do

Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”; Joe, Schwartz, Singh, and Synho Do

  Tonight at 8 pm, there will be a Google Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”.  They don’t exactly instill fear in Southey, but do know a bit about Google Glass, and has developed a community of Google Glass in Medicine lovers.  Tonight, the Gang will be led more »

Warren Wiechmann MD, Medical Education Innovator Hangout

Warren Wiechmann MD, Medical Education Innovator Hangout

  Warren Wiechmann MD, of University of California at Irvine, did a live hangout at 8 pm tonight, at www.InternetMedicine.com/watch.    He was joined by Cecilia Abadie, as well as Rafael Grossman MD. Warren is one of the forces behind the transition of Irvine’s Medical curriculum from traditional to iPad more »

Improved Process Raises Prospects of 3D-Printed Bone Grafts

Improved Process Raises Prospects of 3D-Printed Bone Grafts

One of the health applications of 3D printing most often discussed is the manufacturing of bespoke scaffolds that could be used to mend broken bones.  It is a promising idea, but one that has been held back by the difficulties in printing materials that are strong, flexible and can encourage more »

Familiar protein restores insulin sensitivity

Familiar protein restores insulin sensitivity

Ron Evans in his Lab at Salk Institute SOURCE July 17, 2014  Ron Evans is a Salk Institute scientist who led a major research study about a potential new diabetes therapy. Evans, has found that a well-known protein could provide a powerful new therapy for Type 2 diabetes. The protein more »

English Toddler 2, Second Degree Burns Are Healed With Stem Cell Skin Spray

English Toddler 2, Second Degree Burns Are Healed With Stem Cell Skin Spray

  SOURCE July 15, 2014 (ED NOTE: This treatment is, apparently, currently under FDA study, and has not yet been approved in the USA) Source: MASONS A toddler who suffered horrific burns has made a full recovery after undergoing pioneering new surgery - where doctors sprayed on a new layer of more »

Speedy computation enables scientists to reconstruct an animal’s development cell by cell

Speedy computation enables scientists to reconstruct an animal’s development cell by cell

  This is digital fruit fly embryo, reconstructed from live imaging data recorded with a SiMView light-sheet microscope (top: dorsal view, bottom: ventral view). Each colored circle in the image shows one of the embryo’s cells, and the corresponding tail indicates that cell’s movement over a short time interval during more »

Chris Madison, Simulation Technician  had Hangout: re: Google Glass in Simulation Training

Chris Madison, Simulation Technician had Hangout: re: Google Glass in Simulation Training

  Tonight at 8 pm, Chris Madision, of Hartford Hospital Center for Education, Simulation and Innnovation is having a hangout to discuss his organizations work with Google Glass and how it has impacted the learning process.  (Go to www.InternetMedicine.com/watch) (from webpage) Google Glass, said simulation technician Chris Madison, seemed like more »

SMART TECH: NANOTECHNOLOGY WILL CHANGE THE WORLD

SMART TECH: NANOTECHNOLOGY WILL CHANGE THE WORLD

Microscopic view of tiny nanowires. 1000 of these stacked side by side would be about as wide as a human hair. SOURCE July 4, 2014 Nanotechnology is a practice that involves shrinking down objects so that they can perform mechanical, electrical, or chemical processes at a much smaller scale. These more »

Stem Cell Transplant Reverses Sickle Cell Disease in Adults

Stem Cell Transplant Reverses Sickle Cell Disease in Adults

SOURCE July 17, 2014 At a Glance Adults with severe sickle cell disease were successfully treated with a stem cell transplant approach that doesn’t require extensive immune-suppressing drugs. Further follow-up and testing will be needed to assess the potential new therapy. Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that more »

 

Medical Devices, Medical Apps, Doctor and Patient

Education, Medical Blogs, Videos, Websites and Podcasts

The purpose of this website is to introduce both patients and healthcare professionals to the impact of the Internet on medicine and healthcare, by curating and organizing relevant articles in all fields of the digitalization of Medicine. (See i-NEWS section on Main Menu). Medical Apps and Medical Devices are examined, and internet technology and Patient Education are evaluated., for their places in all medical settings. The influence of the internet is shown in every Medical Specialty,, and improvements in Medical Education through the internet by showing the viewer the Top Patient Accredited Medical Information Websites, , the Best Medical Blogs, the top Medical Videos, and best Medical Podcasts. In addition to the latest-breaking Internet Medical News and Internet Medical Research News in all specialties are studied.. As Dr. Eric Topol of the Scripps Digital Medicine says, vast changes are occurring, now, due to the convergence of changes in technology. Medical Apps and Medical Devices are affecting many areas of of Medicine. Overall, the internet is changing all healthcare, from the use of Internet Technology in Hospital Administration in America to the use of iPhones to diagnose infectious disease in Africa

We are living in a great time for medicine. As most know, it is time for a change..

 

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Is There a Place for Google Glass in Hospitals?

Is There a Place for Google Glass in Hospitals?

SOURCE July 19, 2014 Last July, Stephanie Shine waited an agonizing 18 hours before she could see and touch her baby for the first time. He was delivered three and a half months early, weighing one pound and two ounces, and kept in the newborn intensive-care unit (NICU) for 101 more »

 
 

High-speed coherent Raman fingerprint imaging of biological tissues

High-speed coherent Raman fingerprint imaging of biological tissues

  SOURCE July 20, 2014 (Nanowerk News) A research team from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), working with the Cleveland Clinic, has demonstrated a dramatically improved technique for analyzing biological cells and tissues based on characteristic molecular vibration “signatures” (“High-speed coherent Raman fingerprint imaging of biological tissues”). more »

 
 

Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”; Joe, Schwartz, Singh, and Synho Do

Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”; Joe, Schwartz, Singh, and  Synho Do

  Tonight at 8 pm, there will be a Google Hangout with the “Boston Gang of Google Glass”.  They don’t exactly instill fear in Southey, but do know a bit about Google Glass, and has developed a community of Google Glass in Medicine lovers.  Tonight, the Gang will be led more »

 
 

Warren Wiechmann MD, Medical Education Innovator Hangout

Warren Wiechmann MD, Medical Education Innovator Hangout

  Warren Wiechmann MD, of University of California at Irvine, did a live hangout at 8 pm tonight, at www.InternetMedicine.com/watch.    He was joined by Cecilia Abadie, as well as Rafael Grossman MD. Warren is one of the forces behind the transition of Irvine’s Medical curriculum from traditional to iPad more »

 
 

Dave Zakariaie, Google Pioneer and Computer Scientist, will do Google Hangout, on “Future of Glass in Medicine”

Dave Zakariaie, Google Pioneer and Computer Scientist, will do Google Hangout, on “Future of Glass in Medicine”

(from his LinkedIn Profile) David Zakariaie is a Pioneer within Google’s, Glass Explorer Program, and is the Founder and CEO of Los Angeles based, Glassic LLC. He was part of the original 1000 Google IO attendees to be invited to the Google Glass Explorer Program in 2012. Under his direction more »

 
 

Improved Process Raises Prospects of 3D-Printed Bone Grafts

Improved Process Raises Prospects of 3D-Printed Bone Grafts

One of the health applications of 3D printing most often discussed is the manufacturing of bespoke scaffolds that could be used to mend broken bones.  It is a promising idea, but one that has been held back by the difficulties in printing materials that are strong, flexible and can encourage more »

 
 

Familiar protein restores insulin sensitivity

Familiar protein restores insulin sensitivity

Ron Evans in his Lab at Salk Institute SOURCE July 17, 2014  Ron Evans is a Salk Institute scientist who led a major research study about a potential new diabetes therapy. Evans, has found that a well-known protein could provide a powerful new therapy for Type 2 diabetes. The protein more »

 
 

English Toddler 2, Second Degree Burns Are Healed With Stem Cell Skin Spray

English Toddler 2, Second Degree Burns Are Healed With Stem Cell Skin Spray

  SOURCE July 15, 2014 (ED NOTE: This treatment is, apparently, currently under FDA study, and has not yet been approved in the USA) Source: MASONS A toddler who suffered horrific burns has made a full recovery after undergoing pioneering new surgery - where doctors sprayed on a new layer of more »

 
 

Speedy computation enables scientists to reconstruct an animal’s development cell by cell

Speedy computation enables scientists to reconstruct an animal’s development cell by cell

  This is digital fruit fly embryo, reconstructed from live imaging data recorded with a SiMView light-sheet microscope (top: dorsal view, bottom: ventral view). Each colored circle in the image shows one of the embryo’s cells, and the corresponding tail indicates that cell’s movement over a short time interval during more »

 
 

Chris Madison, Simulation Technician had Hangout: re: Google Glass in Simulation Training

Chris Madison, Simulation Technician  had Hangout: re: Google Glass in Simulation Training

  Tonight at 8 pm, Chris Madision, of Hartford Hospital Center for Education, Simulation and Innnovation is having a hangout to discuss his organizations work with Google Glass and how it has impacted the learning process.  (Go to www.InternetMedicine.com/watch) (from webpage) Google Glass, said simulation technician Chris Madison, seemed like more »

 
 
 
 

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