Health Care

  • Air Glasses

    Air Glasses

    These are special glasses that aim to improve breathing performance when competing. The air glasses are lightweight and shatterproof and feature magnetic nose pads.

  • Air purifier

    Air purifier

    What’s unusual is that the gas is stored to be used as fuel when needed rather than immediately emitted and therefore wasted. The only thing the device needs to work is exposure to sunlight, making it an easy-to-use invention.

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  • Ambulatory device

    Ambulatory device

    A unique ambulatory assistive device which is designed to permit upright, hands-free mobility, and to reduce falls.

  • Automated stainer

    Automated stainer

    Automated slide stainer (benchtop-unit) for simultaneous routine stainer of various slide racks with different staining protocols. Instrument screen to monitor continuously the staining process. … It meets also requirements for special, user-specified staining protocols.

  • Balance Disorder Diagnosis Device

    Balance Disorder Diagnosis Device

    Balance Disorder Diagnosis Device is a new age advanced and professional comprehensive balance assessment solution for diagnosing vertigo and balance disorders. The solution comprises of state of the art eye tracking goggles and software modules powered by robust algorithms. The entire solution has been designed by a team of neuro vestibular professionals and computer vision and image processing experts. The product can be readily deployed in ENT clinics, neuro vestibular labs and balance assessment and vertigo clinics as well as radio diagnostic centers, audiology centers and most of the hospitals.

  • Cancer detector

    Cancer detector

    A device that can accurately detect skin cancer. It works using temperature sensors. The sensors can find areas of tissue that get hot quicker, which is a sign that cancerous cells may exist. The results are displayed on a heat map which can then be further examined by doctors. It is a device with the potential to save lives around the world.

  • Clinic management

    Clinic management

    With the right technology which focuses on patients and gives hospital staff the ability to handle situations effortlessly, hospitals can really serve their cause with aplomb, and still, be profitable businesses. At Bizmax, we offer industry-leading IT management solutions specially designed for hospitals with the sole aim of helping them reach their maximum level of effectiveness and efficiency. When it comes to saving lives, there can be no compromises, and our solutions are patient-centric and intuitive.

  • Craniofacial Instrument


    Craniofacial Instrument

     A computer numerical controlled robot for cranial microsurgeries

  • Digital tracking drugs

    Digital tracking drugs

    A sensor that knows when you have taken your medication. It sends a message to a wearable patch which sends the info to a connected app. Both patients and doctors can view the app to monitor medication and record improvements in symptoms.
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    It has been approved for a number of conditions including schizophrenia, bipolar I disorder, and depression. Controversy has ensued as some people believe the pill will take away a person’s privacy. Others argue against there being a problem as patients are fully aware of and can choose who can see their information.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

  • E-Bike


    Ebike is the perfect combination of solution for fitness and rush hour traffic. This leading electric bike is world’s first super light folding electric bikes.

  • E-nose


    Several illnesses are caused by the distribution of food. The usual methods of testing for the likes of Salmonella and E-Coli take days and are pretty expensive. A marine biologist is using nanotechnology to create a sensor that can detect food pathogens in a matter of hours. E-nose could prevent outbreaks stemming from a number of places including restaurants and factories. It is still being tested but recent results have shown the sensor is 94% accurate and takes only six hours to deliver results. If approved, food companies could be offered a subscription package to save costs.

  • E-Toothbrush


    This is making all of your crypto-dental dreams come true with their new reward system to make sure you’re getting all of those gums clean. With the latest technology in the ever-evolving world of digital money, this toothbrush aims to change the game in more ways than one.

  • Eye Screener Device

    Eye Screener Device

    No matter, how great the technology is unless it reaches the common man it can’t fulfill its mission. The device has been designed in a manner which empowers adaptation to various environmental and makes several business models a possibility. The fact that this device has reached over 1300 installations across 26 countries makes it one of the most versatile screening platforms.

  • Fitness Tracker

    Fitness Tracker

  • Foodvisor


    A new app hopes to make calorie-counting and fitness tracking even easier. Foodvisor requires a simple photo of each meal. It can then identify the food and give a complete nutritional analysis including serving size recommendations. The entire process takes a matter of seconds.
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    Users can also scan product barcodes and manually input information to create a customized food diary that will help with dietary goals. Fitness activities can also be logged and the app can be integrated with Apple Health for the ultimate wellness regime.

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  • Health service operator

    Health service operator

    A digital assistant called Corti can listen to phone calls and determine the urgency of a patient’s situation. This is especially important for things like heart attacks, where the chance of survival decreases by 10% with each minute. When a person calls for an ambulance, Corti listens and analyses signals including breathing patterns and tone of voice. It compares this to a huge database to find patterns and lets the operator know how critical the patient’s situation is, giving alerts and recommendations on what to do.

  • Healthcare Collaboration System

    Healthcare Collaboration System

  • Injectable patch

    Injectable patch

    The injectable patch can help patients recovering from heart surgery. Heart surgery often leaves patients with severely reduced heart function and damaged tissue. Normally, patches require another invasive open heart surgery in order to be installed – and most heart patients are too frail for further surgery. The new patch can be injected with no surgery at all, making it easier on patients. Researchers used nano-chips to develop the patch. They reprogrammed skin cells to form a tiny patch of heart cells. The cells actually beat in a regular rhythm. After injection, the patch unfolds onto the heart and begins to regenerate the damaged heart tissue. The patch has been successfully tested on rats and researchers have high hopes for its use on humans.

  • Innovative wound closure

    Innovative wound closure

    Non-invasive skin closure device allows for the quick and easy closure of surface wounds and the final stage of surgical incisions with no puncturing or crushing of the skin.

  • Laser hearing aid

    Laser hearing aid

    A new device that uses laser pulses instead of old-fashioned electrodes. It works using multiple infrared lasers, which react with liquid found in the ear’s cochlea. If the lasers pulsate quickly enough, sound waves are generated that are more accurate than old-style hearing aids. Its creators are still working on the final design, but it is currently small enough to fit in the palm of a hand.

  • Living tattoo

    Living tattoo

    A ‘living tattoo’ could be used to reproduce tissue and even improve organ health. The 3D printing technique of the past had little chance of improving tissue health, due to the UV light and radiation that the printer emits during the printing process, but all of that has changed.
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    The researchers also believe that the technique can manufacture drug capsules and surgical implants in the near future, too. Can use bacterial cells like workers in a 3D factory. They can be engineered to produce drugs within a 3D scaffold, and applications should not be confined to epidermal devices. As long as the fabrication method and approach are viable, applications such as implants and ingestibles should be possible.

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  • Medical Augmented reality

    Medical Augmented reality

    What if surgeons could see right through their patients’ skin and all the way to their internal organs? That’s not quite possible yet. But researchers are using augmented reality to get pretty close to it.

    The new system is called ProjectDR, and it uses a network of infrared cameras and lasers to project scans of patients’ internal systems over their bodies. Body markers track the patients’ movements so that the projector can place the scans of internal organs directly over where the patient’s actual internal structures are. Researchers say ProjectDR will be invaluable as a teaching tool. They also say it will be useful in laparoscopic surgery.

  • Medicmind


    A new medical platform is attempting to increase the efficiency of diagnosis by developing an image recognition system. Users can upload images to MedicMind that will be scored by medical experts. An AI algorithm will use these ratings to learn when an image shows a healthy or a diseased person. Technology like this is already being used to help with the diagnosis of breast and skin cancer, as well as other conditions like pneumonia.

  • Needleless injection

    Needleless injection

    This device removes the need for needles, using a highly pressurized stream of liquid instead. An actuator forces drugs, such as vaccines and hormone treatments, out through the nozzle. This is placed against the skin, allowing the medication to penetrate the skin at a speed of around 200 m per second. The method is quick and completely pain-free and can be adjusted to suit varying skin depths and locations