New CTG monitoring equipment enables pregnant women with complications such as pre-eclampsia or preterm prelabour rupture of membranes to stay in their own home instead of being hospitalised or attending frequent check-ups. A collaboration across all five Danish regions ensures equal healthcare services for all and better options for individualised treatment through the joint procurement …

by Francesco Condello

Welfare Tech has received a lot of positive feedback on a virtual concept that helps companies on their way into new markets. Via our international partners, the concept is now on its way to e.g. Great Britain, Germany and the Baltics. Ask questions about your next market and get answers. It’s basically what Welfare Tech’s …

by Francesco Condello

The Erasmus+ DISH project‘s activities and currently achieved results have inspired the development and publication of a miniguide to smoothen the successful implementation of new technologies in the health and care sector. The Danish national cluster Welfare Tech, partner of DISH and coordinator of the ECHAlliance Southern Danish ecosystem together with the Southern Danish Innovation …

by Francesco Condello

Human skin is difficult to mimic. But a collaboration in the network Danish Healthtech has created silicone models that both look and feel like a human being. One model is to train doctors and medical students in putting stitches – on another model, future ear specialists can practice laying ear drains. It can be difficult …

by Heather Smith

Getting enough fresh air can be a challenge for bedridden patients. A new project improves the quality of air around the patient’s head – the fresh inhaled air provides better well-being, improves sleep quality, and reduces the risk of infection. When lying in bed, the air you breathe must be of high quality. Classic ventilation …

by Heather Smith

Both businesses and universities have benefited from innovative cooperation. A company from the North part of Denmark complements the researchers from Aalborg University, and together they have developed a solution that will help chronic pain patients in the long run. One has knowledge and data – the other builds the machine. One can see the …

by Heather Smith

The Centre for Innovative Medical Technology at Odense University Hospital have just launched a new database that provides an extensive overview of evidence based telemedicine in hospital settings. It is meant as an inspirational overview for clinical hospital departments looking for information on telemedicine and others who are interested in evidence based digital solutions in …

by Heather Smith

The resurgence of the Coronavirus across Europe and the rest of the world calls for attention. Now 30 European cluster regions have formulated a “joint declaration” about the creation of a common European Health Data Space that will make data and experiences available in the fight against covid-19.   The aim is to create a …

by Heather Smith

A large part of the dementia-stricken citizens at the care centers in Kerteminde Municipality’s now have their circadian rhythm clarified. Each citizen will be followed via a monitor around the clock for a week. The information will be used to adapt the care to the individual citizen. The project provides benefits for both the citizen, …

by Heather Smith

During the COVID-19 lockdown in Denmark, traditional antenatal classes for future parents were cancelled all over the country due to precautions and regulations about size of gatherings. This meant that pregnant women and their partners lost an important part of the Danish pregnancy services. Online antenatal webinars are a service made to support these families. …

by Heather Smith
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