Athens orthopaedic clinic has announced it has bought 100,000 electronic devices to help its surgeons.
It is the latest medical device company to take a big chunk out of the NHS budget as it prepares to cut the number of doctors in the coming years.
The Orthopaedics East clinic in north-east England, which was founded by Dr Nick Riggs, is the only one of its kind in Europe.
The clinic has now bought more than 1,000 digital devices and is expected to take out an additional 10,000.
The devices will help surgeons cut down on mistakes and improve their ability to diagnose patients.
It will also improve patient safety.
The latest addition to the NHS is an electronic medical device called the BMS (Big Data Medical Device) which can help doctors work out what’s happening inside the body to help treat and prevent illnesses.
Dr Riggs said: “The BMS is one of the most powerful medical devices in the world.
It can detect things like blood pressure and the temperature of the body.”
It is also incredibly accurate and can help us make diagnosis more accurate.
“If you know what you’re doing it’s incredibly powerful.”
Doctors are still getting their heads round it, but it is an absolutely incredible tool.
“The orthopeds doctor added: “It will help us be able to diagnose more accurately.
“Dr Rigg said it is a “great” opportunity for him and his colleagues to become better equipped for their jobs.
The Bms is a sensor which measures a person’s vital signs, including heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, body temperature and pressure, and also measures their body fluids.
It can also monitor the activity of the heart, muscles, nerves and muscles of the hands, legs, chest and abdomen.
Dr John Williams, director of research at the British Heart Foundation (BHF), said the Bms “is a significant advance” in clinical diagnostics.”
There are many things doctors can do with this technology that are very important to us in clinical practice,” he said.”
This is a major breakthrough in clinical diagnostic technology.
“He added: “[This] will help ensure the accuracy of patient care and reduce unnecessary surgery and complications in the future.
“Dr Williams said the latest BMS has a resolution of 0.7mm which is much more precise than other medical devices.
He added that doctors “will now be able do things like ask questions like what’s going on in the blood vessels in the heart”.
Dr Riggins added:”The Bresham BMS device is an important piece of technology and has the potential to make a big difference in the healthcare system.”
The Binsford Orthopeds clinic in the West Midlands also has bought an additional 100,00 BMS devices.
It plans to use them to increase its clinical diagnosing ability, which Dr Riggs explained was “one of the biggest challenges” for doctors in treating patients with serious illnesses.
The orthopedics clinic has invested in a range of technologies including: An external pressure sensor for diagnosing heart failure, which is expected be available for the NHS in the next few months.
A blood pressure sensor that can be attached to a wristwatch to help doctors diagnose patients with a heart attack.
The Bensons doctor said the sensor would help doctors “do more things” during surgery.
He said the hospital will “look at ways to improve the accuracy and the speed” of its patients’ diagnoses.
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Dr Williams added: “We want to do the best we can for our patients.”
Dr Nick Crouch, senior associate professor at the University of Sheffield, said: We’re going to have to invest in more sophisticated medical devices to meet the growing demand for health care.”
He said hospitals were increasingly using mobile phones and tablets as part of their healthcare delivery.
He explained: “We need to have better data in the NHS and in the medical community.
We need to be more proactive in using technology in the way we care for patients.”