VMW Monthly - April 2010 - ISSN 1388-722X



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Contents April 2010 Issue

 
Cross-Atlantic state-of-the-art
 
Understanding the electricity of breast cancer cells - Research could lead to the development of earlier detection
3D cell culture: Making cells feel right at home
Life Technologies, TGen and US Oncology partner on groundbreaking breast cancer sequencing research
Regenstrief Institute to help improve disability determination through health information technology
Collaborative, 'Open' Education Solutions and Healthcare
 
Grid for Health
 
IBM donates supercomputer to Rice University for biomedical research collaboration with Texas Medical Center
MainStreet MD launches personal safety solutions for children and seniors built on SensorLogic's Cloud computing platform
Two compounds discovered that pave the way for new class of AIDS drug
Cycle Computing launches CycleCloud for Life Sciences product family at XGen Sequencing
Cloud technology to combat cancer
 
Healthcare compunetics
 
Tracking and sharing observations from daily life could transform chronic care management
Worcester Polytechnic Institute receives $1.2 million NIST award for pioneering study of wireless body area networks
Rx for health: Engineers design pill that signals it has been swallowed
ICUcare introduces eDoc Telemedicine/EHR System and revolutionizes clinical offerings in mobile care
New tissue-hugging implant maps heart electrical activity in unprecedented detail
 
Industrial Chemist's Corner
 
Cisco health care solutions showcased and deployed at HIMSS, in India and in Austria
InterSystems Ensemble technology demonstrated at HIMSS10 and used in United States and European hospitals
Philips to unveil breakthrough in digital pathology and to sign memorandum of understanding with Definiens
Network of twelve community health centres selects GE Centricity Electronic Medical Record
Carestream Health to present new products at HIMSS and ECR 2010
 
Planet Europe in Action
 
Impressions from the Fourth World of Health IT and Eighth Ministerial eHealth Conferences
Bone implants with the ability to carry chemotherapeutical drugs in conception in CICECO
Biophotonics, a light in the path of medicine
University of the Basque Country develops system for identifying illnesses in Paraguay
Basque CEIT-IK4 technological centre designs a tool for operations on people with severe or profound auditory loss
 
The 21st century hospital
 
The electronic drug information system 'AiDKlinik' reduces the number of adverse drug interactions and adverse events
Telemedicine leads to better stroke evaluations in rural areas
University of Virginia is first United States medical centre to offer new Gamma Knife technology to treat head and neck cancers
Frederick Memorial and Christus Health to launch MEDSEEK eHealth ecoSystem
Bonn University Hospital and Dutch hospital MC Leeuwarden to opt for Barco
 
Virtual snap shots
 
Telehealth Resource Center selects new executive director
Robosoft introduces Kompaï, a robot that assists dependent people
Playing 'Pong' with the blink of an eye
Portable, easy-to-wear mind speller - Typing words with your brain
CETEMMSA to provide products for improved care of dependent individuals
 
VMWC news bites
 
Robotic surgical technology's 3D HD view gives surgeons compensatory illusion of tactile sensation
projectiondesign's 3D projector visualises human brain as part of world-renowned Blue Brain Project and aids virtual reality medical research with Motek Medical
Robot performs virtual autopsies - Digital future heralded for forensic medicine
Modified home video game shows promise for improving hand function in teens with cerebral palsy
Studies examine Third Eye Retroscope during colonoscopy
 

Leads April 2010 Issue

 
Cross-Atlantic state-of-the-art
 
Understanding the electricity of breast cancer cells - Research could lead to the development of earlier detection
Full ArticleBuilding on previous findings demonstrating that breast cancer cells emit unique electromagnetic signals, engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have found that a single cancerous cell produces electric signals proportional to the speed at which the cell divides. Their model reveals that heightened movement of ions at the boundary of the cancerous cell produces larger electrical signals.
3D cell culture: Making cells feel right at home
Full ArticleThe film "Avatar" isn't the only 3D blockbuster making a splash this winter. A team of Houston scientists has unveiled a new technique for growing 3D cell cultures, a technological leap from the flat petri dish that could save millions of dollars in drug-testing costs. The research is reported in Nature Nanotechnology. The 3-dimensional technique is easy enough for most labs to set up immediately. It uses magnetic forces to levitate cells while they divide and grow. Compared with cell cultures grown on flat surfaces, the 3D cell cultures tend to form tissues that more closely resemble those inside the body.
Life Technologies, TGen and US Oncology partner on groundbreaking breast cancer sequencing research
Full ArticleLife Technologies Corporation is collaborating with the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and US Oncology to sequence the genomes of 14 patients afflicted with triple negative breast cancer whose tumours have progressed despite multiple other therapies. The goal of this first-of-its-kind research collaboration is to demonstrate whether genomic sequencing of cancer tissue can provide clues for treatment strategies for these individuals.
Regenstrief Institute to help improve disability determination through health information technology
Full ArticleThe Regenstrief Institute has been awarded a Recovery Act contract to help the United States Social Security Administration (SSA) and Indiana health care providers shorten and improve the process of making disability case determinations through automation. Work is scheduled to begin March 31. The Regenstrief Institute, an international expert in heath information technology, created and operates the Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC), a secure statewide health information exchange that providers use to help improve the quality, safety and efficiency of care that their patients receive. Improving the disability determination process complements other functions of the INPC, including surveillance for influenza outbreaks and access to a patient's diverse medical records when providing emergency care.
Collaborative, 'Open' Education Solutions and Healthcare
Full ArticleThe use of 'open source' software to deliver global health education solutions used by universities, medical schools, and a range of other healthcare organizations is becoming an increasingly important trend to watch. The number of open source and/or public domain health and education software solutions currently available or under development has grown to be quite substantial.
 
Grid for Health
 
IBM donates supercomputer to Rice University for biomedical research collaboration with Texas Medical Center
Full ArticleRice University and IBM have unveiled a new high-performance computing (HPC) initiative for biomedical and life sciences research that features one of the most powerful supercomputers in the Texas Medical Center. Rice scientists will use the supercomputer in collaboration with researchers from across the medical centre to study cancer, AIDS and other complex diseases.
MainStreet MD launches personal safety solutions for children and seniors built on SensorLogic's Cloud computing platform
Full ArticleMainStreet Monitoring Devices Inc., an innovator of superior personal safety and telemedicine solutions to advance the care and protection of children and seniors, and SensorLogic, a Cloud platform for asset tracking and monitoring applications have launched two new products, CareTracker and CareAlert, which are built, deployed and managed using the SensorLogic Cirrus Platform as a Service (PaaS). The Cirrus platform allows solution providers, like MainStreet MD, to rapidly develop and deploy turnkey personal location services without hiring software programmers, establishing data centres or contracting with wireless operators. This accelerated ability to go-to-market provides MainStreet MD with a distinct competitive advantage.
Two compounds discovered that pave the way for new class of AIDS drug
Full ArticleA team of researchers at the renowned Scripps Research Institute has discovered two new compounds that prove the existence of new binding sites on HIV protease. Associate Professor C. David Stout, senior author of the study, explained: "These results open the door to a whole new approach to drug design against HIV protease", which is an enzyme used by HIV to create new, infectious viral particles.
Cycle Computing launches CycleCloud for Life Sciences product family at XGen Sequencing
Full ArticleCycle Computing, providing proven, secure and flexible high performance computing (HPC) and open source solutions in the Cloud, has launched its new CycleCloud for Life Sciences cluster of services during a presentation at XGen Congress in San Diego. The next generation of genome sequencing gives scientists access to large amounts of genome data while significantly improving research productivity and reducing cost.
Cloud technology to combat cancer
Full ArticleCloud services provided over Grid technology are helping to treat cancer patients, thanks to an enormous effort by European researchers working closely with industry. Cancer is Europe's second largest killer and one of the most difficult diseases to treat. There are dozens of therapeutic protocols designed to respond to the vast diversity of cases that confront doctors.
 
Healthcare compunetics
 
Tracking and sharing observations from daily life could transform chronic care management
Full ArticleThe Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has named five teams selected for an innovative programme to explore how patient-recorded observations of daily living (ODLs) can be captured and integrated into clinical care. New technologies, such as smartphones and sensors, make it possible to gather information - such as diet, exercise, sleep patterns, medication usage and pain - from the flow of people's lives. RWJF, through its "Project HealthDesign: Rethinking the Power and Potential of Personal Health Records" national programme, has awarded a total of more than $2,4 million to five grantee teams to test whether and how information - such as the stress levels of caregivers of premature infants and medication-taking routines of seniors at risk of cognitive decline - can be collected, interpreted and acted upon by patients as well as clinicians in real-world clinical settings.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute receives $1.2 million NIST award for pioneering study of wireless body area networks
Full ArticleThe Center for Wireless Information Network Studies (CWINS) at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) has received a three-year, $1,2 million award from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to conduct a groundbreaking study of the propagation of radio waves around and through the human body. Led by Kaveh Pahlavan, professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of CWINS, the research will help speed the development of and create standards for body area networks (BANs), a new generation of wireless networks that support a variety of medical applications, from monitoring the functioning of implanted devices to helping perform virtual endoscopic exams.
Rx for health: Engineers design pill that signals it has been swallowed
Full ArticleCall them tattletale pills. Seeking a way to confirm that patients have taken their medication, University of Florida engineering researchers have added a tiny microchip and digestible antenna to a standard pill capsule. The prototype is intended to pave the way for mass-produced pills that, when ingested, automatically alert doctors, loved ones or scientists working with patients in clinical drug trials.
ICUcare introduces eDoc Telemedicine/EHR System and revolutionizes clinical offerings in mobile care
Full ArticleICUcare LLC is setting out to revolutionize the retail health clinic marketplace with the introduction of their eDoc Telemedicine/EHR System. This "mobile clinic on wheels" represents the most viable and advanced telemedicine solution currently available. The eDoc Telemedicine System supports both Store and Forward or Live Video Conferencing Consultations and can exist independently as a mobile clinic. ICUcare, as a software developer for the health care industry, has embedded this technical support application for providers to enable access to technical support wherever and whenever it is needed.
New tissue-hugging implant maps heart electrical activity in unprecedented detail
Full ArticleA team of cardiologists, materials scientists, and bio-engineers have created and tested a new type of implantable device for measuring the heart's electrical output that they say is a vast improvement over current devices. The new device represents the first use of flexible silicon technology for a medical application. The electronics can bend, stretch and twist. No small feat. Now the flexible and stretchable electronics can map waves of electrical activity in the heart with better resolution and speed than that of conventional cardiac monitoring technology.
 
Industrial Chemist's Corner
 
Cisco health care solutions showcased and deployed at HIMSS, in India and in Austria
Full ArticleAt the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Conference in Atlanta, Cisco has made available the Cisco HealthPresence platform. Cisco HealthPresence is an advanced, care-at-a-distance technology platform that allows patients to connect with doctors and clinicians for health care consultations in ways never before possible. Cisco has also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd. CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd. is a private company established to catalyze and accelerate the delivery of various eGovernance services through the CSC framework. The purpose of the MoU is to make education and health care solutions available and to promote social inclusion through Common Service Centres (CSCs) across India. And the Klinikum Wels-Grieskirchen, a health care provider in upper Austria, has deployed the Cisco Unified Computing System solution in its data centre.
InterSystems Ensemble technology demonstrated at HIMSS10 and used in United States and European hospitals
Full ArticleInterSystems Ensemble was the software platform for the first-ever successful electronic transmission of comprehensive genetic data. The information was sent cross-country from Boston-based Partners HealthCare Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine (PCPGM) to Intermountain HealthCare in Salt Lake City, Utah. The announcement about reaching this milestone in personalized medicine came at the HIMSS10 conference as well as the news that the Long Island Patient Information eXchange (LIPIX) has added three major health care providers to its InterSystems HealthShare-based health information exchange (HIE) network. Rush University Medical Center has completed phase one of an organisation-wide move to the InterSystems Ensemble rapid integration and development platform. The HIMSS10 conference spotlighted this growing trend among health care providers to leverage integration software on an enterprise scale.
Philips to unveil breakthrough in digital pathology and to sign memorandum of understanding with Definiens
Full ArticleAt the United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology 2010 annual meeting, held March 20-26 in Washington DC, USA, Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled a work-in-progress pathology slide scanner and associated image management system. These prototype systems will form the basis of the company's future integrated digital pathology solutions. The prototype slide scanner will be designed to overcome one of the major hurdles for mainstream introduction of digital pathology - the availability of a scanning technology that combines ease of use, speed and high image quality. In addition, Philips and Definiens, a Germany-based company specializing in image analysis solutions, have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop and market clinical decision support solutions for digital pathology.
Network of twelve community health centres selects GE Centricity Electronic Medical Record
Full ArticleGE Healthcare, a provider of health care information technology (HIT), has been selected with its HIT solution for community health centres by InConcertCare, a health centre-controlled network of eight community and migrant health centres that provides care to 78.000 people in underserved communities throughout Iowa and Nebraska. Under the recently-signed agreement, InConcertCare will replace its clinics' existing practice management system with GE Healthcare's Centricity Practice for Community Health Centres, an integrated clinical and financial solution designed specifically for the facilities' needs. The system will be utilized by more than 140 providers in the InConcertCare network, equipping the organisation with tools to support their centres' growing data collection needs, UDS and Title X reporting requirements and CHC-specific billing demands.
Carestream Health to present new products at HIMSS and ECR 2010
Full ArticleCarestream Health Inc. has showcased its vendor-neutral CARESTREAM Clinical Data Archive that virtualizes enterprise storage and provides on demand delivery of images and data to locations throughout the enterprise, regardless of where the information is physically stored or where it originated. These capabilities can streamline IT tasks and help health care providers reduce expenses. The company's latest archive was demonstrated at the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference.
 
Planet Europe in Action
 
Impressions from the Fourth World of Health IT and Eighth Ministerial eHealth Conferences
Full ArticleAt the eighth Ministerial eHealth Conference in Barcelona, European Union ministers have outlined a joint vision and policy priorities on how to make eHealth more accessible, interactive and customised to patients. The Declaration outlines a vision and identifies key objectives to be achieved in the next ten years. The Declaration calls for policy co-ordination amongst the various areas where eHealth can have an impact on citizens' health in order to enhance benefits for patients, health care systems and society. It recognises the need for stronger synergies with policy areas like competitiveness, research and regional development both at European and national levels.
Bone implants with the ability to carry chemotherapeutical drugs in conception in CICECO
Full ArticleChemotherapy, followed by the surgical removal of the affected tissue is the treatment usually adapted to bone tumours. An implant which can fill the areas of subtraction, while releasing chemotherapeutical agents locally, in a controlled manner, during the treatment period, is the aim of a research led by the Research Centre in Ceramic Material and Composites (CICECO/UA). In these experiences, specialists are using potential "anti-tumour" drugs coated by nanocapsules.
Biophotonics, a light in the path of medicine
Full ArticleBiophotonics, or photomedicine, is a relatively unknown discipline, though it has existed for years now. You may have even benefited from it without realizing it. Some of the greatest advances of this field can be found in applications for the areas of oncology, dermatology, ophthalmology, surgery and cardiology. TV series set in hospitals often show a certain scene you're sure to be familiar with, especially if the action takes place in the United States, namely: a patient enters the consulting room and explains to the doctor what the problem is, whereupon the latter places a device on the patient's index finger that primarily serves to measure the arterial oxygen saturation as well as the cardiac rhythm. It uses nothing but light to ascertain how the patient's heart is beating.
University of the Basque Country develops system for identifying illnesses in Paraguay
Full ArticleXabier Basogain Olabe (Donostia-San Sebastián, 1962), lecturer at the Higher Technical School of Engineering in Bilbao, is leading a project, known as Bonis. It involves developing a multimedia system in order to undertake visual monitoring of epidemiology in isolated areas of Paraguay and thus avoid the dengue plague and other febrile illnesses. The practical trials will begin shortly and it is hoped to have the first results by June.
Basque CEIT-IK4 technological centre designs a tool for operations on people with severe or profound auditory loss
Full ArticleA team of engineers from the CEIT-IK4 technological centre - Centre of Technical and Research Studies of Gipuzkoa - and doctors from the University Hospital of Navarra have designed a new tool for operating on the inner ear with maximum precision, reducing the possibility of damage to the auditory function during the surgery. This is the first micromanipulator specifically for operations involving cochlear and middle ear implants, of which about a hundred are carried out in this hospital annually. Taking part in developing the new tool were four engineers from CEIT and five ear, nose and throat specialists from the University Hospital of Navarra.
 
The 21st century hospital
 
The electronic drug information system 'AiDKlinik' reduces the number of adverse drug interactions and adverse events
Full ArticleTo get life-threatening diseases under control, patients in the intensive care unit usually are administered many medications at the same time. Even for experts, it is difficult to keep track of the variety of possible side effects and interactions. The team headed by Dr. Thilo Bertsche, director of the co-operation unit for clinical pharmacy at Heidelberg University Hospital, has now shown that physicians can reduce serious events resulting from drug interactions by about half with the help of the "AiDKlinik" drug information system. The results of the study were published in the prestigious journal Intensive Care Medicine.
Telemedicine leads to better stroke evaluations in rural areas
Full ArticleA growing number of medical centres that have access to stroke specialists are transmitting their expertise to rural communities via audio/video telemedicine consultation, with significant clinical results, according to a new clinical study that examined trials conducted in Arizona and California.
University of Virginia is first United States medical centre to offer new Gamma Knife technology to treat head and neck cancers
Full ArticleA powerful new tool available at the University of Virginia Health System offers treatment to patients with some of the most challenging cancers of the head and neck. For more than 20 years, the University of Virginia Health System has provided patients treatment that uses radiation instead of a scalpel to eliminate deep-seated tumours without damaging surrounding healthy tissue. The non-invasive procedure, known as Gamma Knife stereotactic radiosurgery, takes less than an hour, involves significantly less pain and trauma and avoids many of the risks of open surgery.
Frederick Memorial and Christus Health to launch MEDSEEK eHealth ecoSystem
Full ArticleMEDSEEK, a provider of health care enterprise portal connectivity solutions, has expanded its relationship with long-time partner Frederick Memorial with its engagement to develop the health care organisation's comprehensive eHealth ecoSystem. The company also plans to develop Christus Health's consumer portal in a first step toward implementing the eHealth ecoSystem by MEDSEEK.
Bonn University Hospital and Dutch hospital MC Leeuwarden to opt for Barco
Full ArticleThe MC Leeuwarden, based in Friesland, The Netherlands has selected Barco's clinical review displays. The Medical Centre Leeuwarden is a top medical teaching hospital with locations in Leeuwarden and Harlingen, The Netherlands. Both locations will install Barco's industry leading medical displays. Medical imaging specialist Barco has also received a significant display order from Agfa HealthCare, Mortsel, Belgium, as part of a large-scale hospital digitalization project in Germany. The displays will be installed throughout the radiology department and in some prioritized clinical departments of the University Hospital in Bonn (UKB). To ensure the highest image quality over time, the hospital will also deploy Barco's web-based service for intervention-free Quality Assurance.
 
Virtual snap shots
 
Telehealth Resource Center selects new executive director
Full ArticleThe Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center is dedicated to ensuring access to quality health care for everyone and recently expanded the scope of their capabilities with the addition of a new executive director, Christina Beach Thielst, FACHE.
Robosoft introduces Kompaï, a robot that assists dependent people
Full ArticleAt the Intercompany Long Term Care Insurance Conference - ILTCI 2010, the French company Robosoft has presented Kompaï for the first time. Kompaï is a robot designed to assist dependent persons at home. This robot can speak, understand what is said to it, find its way around the house and, with just a word, access all internet services.
Playing 'Pong' with the blink of an eye
Full ArticleUniversity students have developed a computer game that is operated by eye movements, which could allow people with severe physical disabilities to become 'gamers' for the first time. The students, from Imperial College London, have adapted an open source game called 'Pong', where a player moves a bat to hit a ball as it bounces around the screen. The adaptation enables the player to move the bat using their eye.
Portable, easy-to-wear mind speller - Typing words with your brain
Full ArticleImec, Holst Centre and the lab of Neuro- and Psychophysiology at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven have presented the Mind Speller, a portable, easy-to-wear, intelligent textual and verbal communications prototype device enabling people with motoric disabilities - suffering from for example brain paralysis or speech or language disorders - to communicate.
CETEMMSA to provide products for improved care of dependent individuals
Full ArticleCETEMMSA offers enterprises in the social health care industry innovations to launch new items and enhance their market shares while improving the quality of life of dependent individuals. The technological centre CETEMMSA has identified the needs of individuals with some degree of dependency or disability and developed new prototypes for improvement of their quality of life within the framework of the SmartHomeCare project, financed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
 
VMWC news bites
 
Robotic surgical technology's 3D HD view gives surgeons compensatory illusion of tactile sensation
Full ArticleRobotic surgical technology with its three-dimensional, high-definition view gives surgeons the sensation of touch, even as they operate from a remote console. A new study describes the phenomenon, called intersensory integration, and reports that surgical outcomes for prostate cancer surgery using minimally invasive robotic technology compare favourably with traditional invasive surgery.
projectiondesign's 3D projector visualises human brain as part of world-renowned Blue Brain Project and aids virtual reality medical research with Motek Medical
Full ArticleLiterally adding a new dimension to the appreciation of anatomical research, Norway's projectiondesign has supplied its F10 AS3D active stereo 3D DLP projector to present the work connected with the worldwide Blue Brain Project (BBP). And Dutch-based health care technology innovator Motek Medical has specified projectiondesign F12 DLP projectors for use in a number of ground-breaking research projects across the globe.
Robot performs virtual autopsies - Digital future heralded for forensic medicine
Full ArticleVirtobot is the name of the forensic high-tech helpmate used at the University of Bern's Institute of Forensic Medicine to perform virtual autopsies. Developed as part of the National Centre of Competence in Research, Co-Me, the industrial robot provides forensic doctors with a high precision, three-dimensional image of cadavers. Digitally preserving these allows the causes of death can be established even years later.
Modified home video game shows promise for improving hand function in teens with cerebral palsy
Full ArticleEngineers at Rutgers University have modified a popular home video game system to help teenagers with cerebral palsy improve hand functions. In a pilot trial with three participants, the system improved the teens' abilities to perform a range of daily personal and household activities. The modified system combined a Sony PlayStation 3 console and a commercial gaming glove with custom-developed software and games to provide exercise routines aimed at improving hand speed and range of finger motion.
Studies examine Third Eye Retroscope during colonoscopy
Full ArticleTwo new studies show an increase in polyp detection rates using the Third Eye Retroscope (TER), a retrograde viewing device, during colonoscopy. The first study found that TER added to standard colonoscopy detected 13,2 percent more polyps than colonoscopy alone, including 11 percent additional adenomas - precancerous polyps. A second study examined endoscopist experience using TER and its impact on polyp detection rates, concluding that polyp detection rates improved significantly with TER. The studies appear in the March issue of GIE: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, the monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE).
 

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