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Platform enables newborn resuscitation without cord cutting

Platform enables newborn resuscitation without cord cutting

A patent application from the Netherlands’ Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) describes a medical apparatus that enables the resuscitation of a newborn without distancing it from its mother, while also facilitating delayed cord clamping.

No-cuff blood pressure monitor could provide doctors beat-to-beat data

Most attempts at improving blood pressure-monitoring devices have been variations of the inflatable cuffs that compress patients’ arms. But a new device developed by researchers at the California Institute of Technology could provide accurate, ongoing and noninvasive measurements of “absolute” blood pressure — all without the cuff’s familiar yet unpleasant squeeze.

Philips seeks patent for a system to detect hot flashes

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Almost 85% of menopausal women have had episodes of hot flashes, which puts them at a  70% greater risk of heart attacks, angina, and strokes. While hot flashes can be detected by measuring perspiration at the chest area, researchers at Philips went for a no-sweat route and used deep learning to track changes and patterns in heart rate data collected by a wearable sensor.

Building an effective IP strategy for AI

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As with many emerging technologies, AI raises interesting and often deeply unsettling fundamental ethical, moral, social, political and privacy issues. However, some questions touch on more practical issues relating to patentability

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