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Novel Energy Harvester System Technology (NEST) for Intracardiac Pacemakers could pave the way to a new generation of pacemakers that charge themselves through 'motion energy'. This could eliminate the need for replacement surgery due to the finite battery life of current devices.
Since Summer 2022, 43 innovation projects have received BETA.HEALTH grants, mentorship and accelerator support. In this video, five of these recipients talk about their experiences with the programme and how it's helped them to develop their ideas and bring them closer to helping patients.
BETA.HEALTH East recently held a two-day boot camp at Egelund Castle. This event officially kicked off the Winter 2023 grant recipients' accelerator phase, providing important business guidance and helping the teams to develop six-month innovation roadmaps for their projects.
BETA.HEALTH and Roche have joined forces to create an industry-sponsored call for grant applications aimed at further accelerating clinical innovation in three critical areas: Early Detection, Capacity Issues and Health at Home.
BETA.HEALTH is the Danish National Innovation Platform for Future Healthcare, founded by the leading hospitals in Denmark.
"Palliationskassen" (the palliative care box) aims to make it easier for loved ones to provide end-of-life care for patients in the comfortable and familiar surroundings of their homes. The box contains instructions, medicine and other items designed to take the guesswork out of providing palliative care at home.
EchoVice streamlines the capture of transesophageal images related to percutaneous heart valve procedures by essentially acting as a 'third hand' to stabilise the ultrasound probe. This holds the probe steady while allowing the operator to rotate it to obtain the required images, resulting in shorter procedures and better-quality images.
WARD 24/7 is a clinical AI-based support system that uses real-time sensor data to detect even the slightest changes in a patient's condition. When something is amiss, it sends an alert directly to the nurse-on-duty's smartphone – so they can act proactively before a minor issue becomes a life-threatening complication.
DoseTracker is a software-enabled solution providing real-time monitoring of the radiation dose to moving anatomy during radiotherapy. For over a decade, medical physicist Thomas Ravkilde – who is based Aarhus University Hospital – has been developing tools and methods capable of delivering a high dose of radiation that can eradicate a tumor while avoiding damage to the surrounding healthy tissue.
The TOLAC App, which was conceived by obstetricians Lone Krebs at Amager and Hvidovre Hospital and Ida Näslund Thagaard at Rigshospitalet, uses data-driven software to help obstetricians, midwives and expectant parents make informed decisions regarding the safest mode of delivery after a prior caesarean section.
Dermloop, which was conceived by Niels Kvorning Ternov, an MD and PhD at the University Hospital of Herlev and Gentofte, offers AI-augmented training, clinical feedback, and management of skin lesions suspicious for cancer.