Will 3D cameras help treat diabetic ulcers?

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Every year, around 3000 Danes get ulcers related to diabetes. The ulcers are very hard to treat and they will in some cases lead to amputation – costly procedures both emotionally for the patient and economically for society. Because ulcers are often deep and complex, the adjoining nerves and vessels are at a higher risk of infection, which can lead … Read More

Care staff involvement makes implementation easier

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The biggest challenge for welfare technology companies is not the actual development of new products and solution – it’s the implementation of the technology in the day-to-day operation. Suma Care from Odense is aware of this challenge and has attempted to preempt it by collaborating with other companies to get input from the care staff and thereby further developing their … Read More

Nursing staff needs specializing within dementia technology

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Geriatric doctor taking care of elderly man with dementia.

Dementia costs the Danish society 24 billion kroner each year. Welfare technology can ease the economic pressure and give dementia patients a better life, but this must go hand in hand with the specialization of the nursing staff. That is the goal of a new Danish-German dementia collaboration.

Telemedicine is the future – can we keep up?

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Bent Hansen, the chairman of the Danish Regions, wishes the launching of projects within telemedicine in the public sector were much further than it really is. The problem, Bent says to MedWatch, is the non-decision making of the public sector. It is one thing to be safe, and another thing to be slow, he says.

New robot solution to assist in hospitals

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Blue Ocean Robotics has developed a new robot solution in a PPP collaboration with University Hospital in Køge (South of Copenhagen). The new Multi-Tower Robot is designed to transfer patients carefully and without using fixed overhead lifts.