Tag Archives: Electronic

Electronic Nanomesh Gently Hugs Beating Heart Cells

Unlike with most other cells, studying the heart’s beating cardiomyocytes is prone to difficulty because attaching rigid sensors to moving cells hinders the movement of those cells. A collaboration of Japanese scientists at University of Tokyo, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, and RIKEN research institute have developed an extremely soft and flexible electronic mesh that can be intimately integrated… Read More »

Electronic Support System Can Guide Outpatient Care for Pulmonary Embolism

December 11, 2018 Share this content: The electronic clinical decision support decision was not associated with increases in return visits within 5 days, or major adverse outcomes within 30 days. Implementing and supporting an electronic clinical decision support system (CDSS) in emergency departments to help physicians make decisions regarding site-of-care for patients with acute pulmonary… Read More »