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issue 14 // APRIL 2019

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issue 14 | april 2019

Maintaining or regaining mobility can be an arduous task for patients suffering from chronic pain or rehabilitating following a stroke or brain injury, but an Israeli start-up may have found a way to ease the recovery process - using virtual reality. We find out how the technology is benefiting patients.

Also, we take a look at the Calypso Knee System developed by Moximed, explore whether automation could be the key to speeding up diagnostic lab operations, and review the most pertinent talking points from the Royal College of Surgeons’ Future of Surgery report.

Plus, we track the rise of the Epipen monopoly as generic versions begin to hit the market, find out if a new pocket ultrasound could be the start of a new era of medical imaging, take a look at the patient record service GP Connect recently rolled out by the NHS, and round up the most exciting medical technologies focusing on Parkinson’s disease.

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Editor | Eloise McLennan
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Allie Nawrat, Abi Millar, Charlotte Edwards, Loetitia Jabri
Magazine Designer | Tyrrell Lowe

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Lead Designer | John Hammond 
Publisher | Susanne Hauner

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