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D4D conference programme – My Dignity Means – 2 June 2015

Devices for Dignity Healthcare Technology Co-operative (D4D HTC) is a national initiative funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to drive forward innovative new products,processes and services to help people living with long time conditions. We aim to make a difference to the wellbeing of patients, the effectiveness of the NHS, and the […]

High-tech language assessment points way to better future for disabled children

Technology first of its kind to incorporate eye gaze tracking, mouse pointers and switch scanning options into one package so that speech and language therapists can use these methods to accurately record a child’s receptive language level. A NEW high tech computer-based speech and language assessment tool helping professionals accurately record the levels of understanding […]

Two million for innovative solutions to help tackle kidney disease

SIX winners, announced today, will receive a share of over £2 million as part of a Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition aimed at developing cutting-edge technology solutions to help kidney patients. The innovative competition is funded by the Department of Health and managed by the National Institute for Health Research Healthcare Technology Co-operative Devices […]

D4D participates in the Medtec UK Healthcare Technologies 2015

MedtecUK is a focused event for medical device manufacturers and healthcare professionals in the UK to source healthcare technologies and innovation. The event is held in ExCeL London on 3rd and 4th of March 2015. The education programme is comprehensively split by medical discipline focussed on Cardiovascular, IVD, Drug Device Combinations and Orthopaedics. These run […]

Quanta Fluid Solutions SC+ presented at the Annual Dialysis Conference in New Orleans

The development of a small, portable, user friendly haemodialysis machine would make short daily dialysis and nocturnal dialysis accessible to many more patients, and also enable patients to travel freely. Quanta Fluid Solutions were invited to present the SC+ in a review of the exciting new developments in machines for home haemodialysis (HD) at the […]

Quanta Fluid Solutions Ltd receives CE mark for SC+, its portable, cartridge-based haemodialysis system

Quanta Fluid Solutions Ltd, a pioneering developer of advanced haemodialysis systems, announces it has received a CE mark for SC+, its portable, cartridge-based haemodialysis system. John E. Milad, CEO of Quanta Fluid Systems, has commented “this is an exciting time for Quanta. Obtaining CE mark for our portable, compact haemodialysis system SC+ has been a […]

D4D secures £100k funding to develop medical technologies for children with long-term conditions

The National Institute for Health Research has awarded Devices for Dignity HTC additional funding (£100,000) to develop, in collaboration with the main five childrens hospitals in UK, innovative medical technologies to meet the specific needs of children with long term conditions. Using the methodology developed by Devices for Dignity HTC, a new paediatric theme will […]