Canadians have never waited longer to get access to care – an issue exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The silver lining is that existing medical technology can help address issues with wait times, now and in the future.
Whether it’s PPE, diagnostic tests or respiratory support, health and well-being of Canadians is of the utmost importance to Medtech Canada during COVID-19.
Are you concerned your memory loss may be a sign of something beyond normal aging? Optina’s novel new eye exam is helping physicians answer these questions with confidence.
AIKnowledgeEnableTM is a platform designed to help physicians keep up with the latest research and improve diagnostic accuracy.
Toronto-based textile technology company Myant has made remote care as easy as changing your clothes.
This past year, the way we think about diagnostic testing has evolved. Never before have so many people been so invested in what tests are available.
Barbara Olas is a telemetry nurse from Toronto, Ontario and the face behind the many study guides that help up and coming nurses.
Check out DESTINE, a web-based interactive tool that helps stroke patients get the best care with a colour-coded map that shows advanced facilities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted significant gaps in Canada’s biomanufacturing strategy, and the Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM) wants to ensure that Canada isn’t left behind a second time.
Flash glucose monitoring empowers Canadians to take control of their diabetes while also helping to keep doctors informed.
An impressive Canadian company, Vitacore is creating sustainable, state-of-the-art respirators and masks right here at home.
In any given year, one in five Canadians will experience a form of mental illness. And each week, more than half a million Canadians are unable to go to work due to mental health problems.