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In the next issue of Medical Technology, we take a look at the shady underworld of the dark web to find out how the medical device industry is being targeted by cybercriminals, examine what could be the future of open-source prosthetics design, and review Omnicell UK’s vision for an ‘Autonomous Pharmacy’ where medication is managing digitally in cloud based, AI powered systems.

Also, we find out how the LifeBank app is revolutionising blood transportation in Nigeria, explore the realistic impact of 5G in hospitals, and unpack the innovations driving the growth of India’s medtech sector.

Plus, we examine the current state of electronic health records to find out how they can be improved and jump into bed with the devices helping understand the science of sleep.

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