Modernization of Sartorius Biohit Liquid Handling Oy’s factory in Kajaani will set production line standards throughout the Sartorius Group.
23.05.2013 | Finnish invention helps prevent cardiac problems
Pocket device Beat2Phone records ECG and communicates with smartphones through an Android application.
iSTOC’s Immediate Diagnosis and Analysis system can read all medical diagnostic test strips and reduce costs by more than 70%.
Partnership between Neste Jacobs and GE Healthcare aims to assist countries worldwide to become self-sufficient in the manufacture of blood plasma products.
Finnish patients view research positively and Finland’s pharmaceutical know-how is widely respected, according to new report.
Simulation technology can help in the early identification of cartilage problems and in the design of individually tailored prosthetic joints.
Promis Centre’s continuous processing production increases the quality of tablets while speeding up production and cutting costs.
26.02.2013 | New Health Informatics course in Finland
Tampere University of Technology courses will also focus on the end user experience related to health data.
Meeting the needs of a rapidly ageing population requires IT solutions for increasing light care and remote monitoring from home.
EU-funded HATICE-project will develop an internet platform to help elderly people combat the risk of cardiovascular disease and dementia.
01.02.2013 | The market for fitness services is growing
SATS and Puls & Träning are expanding in Finland.
IPI Medicine Tech Oy’s innovative Liquid Collector safely empties syringes, ampules, bottles and other medicine containers.
Taltioni’s health care platform brings together public, private and third sector health operators with ICT companies to develop self-care services and eHealth solutions.
Finnish scientists created new computational methods to make it possible to fight the spread of MRSA bacteria and the Enterococcus faecium bacterium more effectively.
19.12.2012 | More funding for Human Spare Parts project
The project aims to discover better and more cost-efficient ways of producing human spare parts from the patient’s own tissues.
16.12.2012 | Fluence Therapeutics to open R&D centre in Finland
Finnish companies Modulight and FinnMedi will collaborate with Fluence to develop a device for photodynamic therapy.
28.11.2012 | FinlandCare promotes health tourism in Finland
Number of Russian patients buying health services in Finland is expected to increase substantially in the coming years.
30.10.2012 | Finland moves ahead in Connected Health
From the productivity of its specialist hospitals to introducing electronic prescriptions and advanced technology for artificial voice production, Finland is actively developing systems for Connected Health.
Medipolis GMP Ltd and Polish pharmaceutical company Bioton SA signed technology licensing agreement worth EUR 5.3 million.
10.09.2012 | Health tourism market expected to triple in Finland
Increasing numbers of Russian visitors are coming to Finland for cancer treatment, perinatal services, surgery and dental care.
29.08.2012 | 15 new compounds for cancer drugs identified
New testing methods developed by Pharmatest will also decrease animal testing in cancer drug development.
16.08.2012 | Finnish biobank project receives EU funding
Establishment of Kuopio Biobank will boost biomedical research in eastern Finland.
Thriving village shops are vital to the well-being of many rural communities and provide a way to bring more products and services to Finland's ageing population.
08.08.2012 | Finland considers mobile access to patient data
Mobile certificate would enable doctors to read patient data on mobile phones and tablets.
Finnish company's innovative device helps in the daily monitoring of blood glucose levels and management of diabetes.
Finland's law-abiding reputation attracts Cytomed to invest in pharmaceutical and soya factories in Finland.
Ground-breaking research opens new possibilities for the prevention and treatment of migraine.
Commercial success predicted for Myontec's “analytical undies” that measure electric impulses from muscles.
19.06.2012 | New brain imaging device developed in Finland
Finnish researcher Jaakko Nieminen's hybrid MEG-MRI device produces more accurate data and makes it easier to diagnose brain diseases.
Regions could also develop into a gateway between Russia and the EU in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
Trial will test whether removing cow’s milk proteins from babies’ diets protects against type 1 diabetes.
17.01.2012 | Finland is a pioneer in patient information systems
Information systems developed by GE Healthcare Finland are used in about 300 hospitals around the world.
Researchers also discover that aging degeneration in stem cells could be partially be prevented by early antioxidant treatment.
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