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Achieving optimal diagnostic and therapeutic results in endoscopic procedures is highly dependent on image quality. Improved visualisation in endoscopy has been achieved using 4-LED Multi Light Technology. This new high performance illumination system ensures that the quality of imaging meets the highest standards in brightness and constrast with White Light and the new observation modes BLI (Blue Light Imaging) and LCI (Linked Color Imaging). With the involvement of numerous clinical experts, t...

Booth C07, C08 - FUJIFILM Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

Delayed diagnosis and mismanagement of glaucoma can cause vision loss. At present, the detection of glaucomatous structural damage and change is challenging and subjective. NUS researchers have developed software that combines optical coherence tomography (OCT), compensation, digital staining and deep learning technologies to improve and simplify assessment of glaucoma. “Image enhancer” allows clinicians to visualize deep tissue structures without any surgical interventions and provides highly s...

Booth D13, D14 - NUS Enterprise

Skin biopsy is the standard diagnostic procedure for skin diseases but it has many disadvantages, including pain, scarring, risk of infection, and sampling error. Therefore, many patients do not consent to repeat or any biopsy at all, and the procedure can be rarely performed in children. With recent advances in skin imaging technology, widespread use of non-invasive imaging in the clinics for the practical management of skin diseases is becoming a possibility. Optical coherence tomography (OCT)...

Booth A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18 - National Health Innovation Centre Singapore

At Starlab we have a very strong knowhow on electroencephalogram (EEG) analysis and through our spin-off Neuroelectrics we have developed: EEG recording devices with dry electrodes option Neurostimulator (Transcranial Current Stimulation - tCS) devices Hybrid EEG + tCS devices  All our technologies are wearable, unobtrusive and wireless. Our main objective is what we call the concept of Digital Brain Health: with our SW and HW, we want to increase the brain health. A secondary objective ...

Booth E13 - Starlab Barcelona S.L.

Regenerative medicine using a person’s own cell, generally autologous cell takes a procedure that a doctor harvests cells from a patient which cells are cultured on a plate to make a target tissue, and then transplants the tissue to the same patient to cure the disease.  In order to provide high-quality cells to patients, it needs technology to predict cell proliferation, differentiation and etc. at the most effective transplantation based on observation and analysis of cell behaviors, tissue st...

Booth D16 - The Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED)

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Bronchial asthma (BA) is the most common chronic disease among children, affecting up to 14% of children globally, with rising prevalence. Asthma accounts for approximately 500,000 hospitalizations each year and is the third ranking cause of hospitalisation among children under 15. Children account for 47.8% of the emergency department visits and 34.6% of the hospitalizations due to asthma exacerbations. The magnitude of the impacts of asthma in children is illustrated by the fact that asthma ac...

Booth A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18 - National Health Innovation Centre Singapore

The KinSense system enables the parent of a child with communication developmental delays, to monitor his/her interactions with their child using a commercial off-the-shelf depth sensor and a computer.  This technology is a low-cost solution to help family get immediate feedback in understanding and learning the interaction necessary to help their child.  The system monitors parent-child interaction to provide guiding interventions to parents – as the best practices in speech language therapy fo...

Booth A03 - Singapore Management University, School of Information Systems

Patient-specific implants (PSIs) which are made using 3D printing technologies are premium quality medical devices for replacement of joints, spine discs and bony voids. The main advantage of PSIs compared to standard ones is custom-made design to match the implant to the bone and not vice-versa to ensure complete biomechanical harmonization. The use of PSIs in surgical treatment ensures lower invasiveness and faster healing, decreases the risk of infection and dislocation. PSIs give added value...

Booth E09 - UAB Baltic Orthoservice

Hand-held Portable Slit-lamp Bio-microscope (PSB) for examination of a wheelchair/bed-bound patient is limited by image instability and defocus. A Mobile Ophthalmic Slit-lamp Examination System (MOSES) has been designed and developed to overcome these technical limitations. It can be used for eye examination in clinics, wards and operating theatres by ophthalmologists; and in the wellness centres or homes in the community by ophthalmologist-extenders using the telehealth and smart health monitor...

Booth A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18 - National Health Innovation Centre Singapore