Surgeons are using AI-driven software developed by the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI), University of Auckland, to operate on the knees of young patients, and have shown that it could reduce the recovery time of patients receiving a high-tibial osteotomy by two-thirds.
A simple, low-cost technology developed by University of Canterbury (UC) engineers could save thousands of patients’ lives around the world by doubling the capacity of ventilators in hospital intensive care units, boosting their capacity to treat surges of Covid-19 patients during outbreaks.
New Zealand’s Auckland-based biotechnology company Pictor has received a double funding boost from government and partners for two crucial development projects to help combat COVID-19 and Mycoplasma bovis.
A clever device invented here is reducing the recovery time for people who have had surgery for bowel cancer. This saves millions of dollars but more importantly patients are in much better shape to resume their lives.
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As COVID-19 spreads, the pandemic has the potential to severely affect patients with underlying immune dysfunction.