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In the next issue of Medical Technology, we take a look where the next breakthroughs may lie in the growing field of contact lens technology, speak with Dr Loubna Boufarna from Cambridge-based healthcare AI company OKRA Technologies about AI, start-ups and diversity in pharma, and find out how governments around the world are approaching the call for stricter device regulation.
Plus, we investigate how brands are getting away with illegally marketing devices and what can be done to stop them harming patients, find out how manufacturers can meet the standard of environmentally responsible production of devices, and examine a new blood management device that can be installed in operating theatres to collect a patient’s own blood and return it to them if needed.
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