Category Archives: Big Data

Big Data with Artificial Intelligence to Compromise Health Privacy

This article, titled “Artificial intelligence advances threaten privacy of health data”, focuses on research team studying the feasibility of healthcare privacy compromise through artificial intelligence. For example, healthcare companies are allowed to de-identify health records and then sell that information.

Big Data with Artificial Intelligence to Compromise Health Privacy

This article, titled “Artificial intelligence advances threaten privacy of health data”, focuses on research team studying the feasibility of healthcare privacy compromise through artificial intelligence. For example, healthcare companies are allowed to de-identify health records and then sell that information.

Microbeads to Compete with Bacteria to Reduce Burn Wound Infection Rates

This article, titled “Microbeads to combat infection show promise in burn wound simulations”, focuses on a research team which developed microbeads to reduce bacterial infections in burn wounds. These microbeads are coated in proteins similar to bacteria to make them

Microbeads to Compete with Bacteria to Reduce Burn Wound Infection Rates

This article, titled “Microbeads to combat infection show promise in burn wound simulations”, focuses on a research team which developed microbeads to reduce bacterial infections in burn wounds. These microbeads are coated in proteins similar to bacteria to make them

Wireless, mobile vital sign device capable of transmitting around the clock data

VitalPatch is a wireless, mobile device that can be used to monitor patients vital signs in real time.  The device is no longer than the length of a finger, can be stuck directly onto the patients skin, and send real-time

Wireless, mobile vital sign device capable of transmitting around the clock data

VitalPatch is a wireless, mobile device that can be used to monitor patients vital signs in real time.  The device is no longer than the length of a finger, can be stuck directly onto the patients skin, and send real-time

Combining Physician Perception with Technology to Combat Medication Non-Adherence

This article, titled “Technology and doctors combine to detect patients who don’t take their pills”, focuses on combining technology with physician visits to better identify patients who are non-adherent to their medication regimen. Not only can medication non-adherence hurt the

Combining Physician Perception with Technology to Combat Medication Non-Adherence

This article, titled “Technology and doctors combine to detect patients who don’t take their pills”, focuses on combining technology with physician visits to better identify patients who are non-adherent to their medication regimen. Not only can medication non-adherence hurt the

Nanowrappers Carrying Nanoparticles

This article, titled “Carrying and releasing nanoscale cargo with ‘nanowrappers’”, focuses on new research which has produced a nano-sized, hollow boxes which can transport and release nanoparticles. When compared to their solid nanoparticle transport systems, hollow nanoparticle transportation would allow

Nanowrappers Carrying Nanoparticles

This article, titled “Carrying and releasing nanoscale cargo with ‘nanowrappers’”, focuses on new research which has produced a nano-sized, hollow boxes which can transport and release nanoparticles. When compared to their solid nanoparticle transport systems, hollow nanoparticle transportation would allow

Real Time Data with Simple Stickers

This article, titled “Simple stickers may save lives of patients, athletes and lower medical costs”, examines a research team which created a low-cost wearable electronic device for monitoring purposes. The design is made of cellulose (making it breathable and biocompatible)

Real Time Data with Simple Stickers

This article, titled “Simple stickers may save lives of patients, athletes and lower medical costs”, examines a research team which created a low-cost wearable electronic device for monitoring purposes. The design is made of cellulose (making it breathable and biocompatible)

Teva’s ProAir Digihaler FDA Approved to Monitor Asthma and COPD Treatment

Teva Pharmaceutical, based in Israel, landed the first FDA approval for a digital inhaler with built-in sensors. The ProAir Digihaler monitors how it’s used and uploads the data to an accompanying smartphone app via Bluetooth wireless connectivity. The data is

Teva’s ProAir Digihaler FDA Approved to Monitor Asthma and COPD Treatment

Teva Pharmaceutical, based in Israel, landed the first FDA approval for a digital inhaler with built-in sensors. The ProAir Digihaler monitors how it’s used and uploads the data to an accompanying smartphone app via Bluetooth wireless connectivity. The data is