Posts from Category: materials

11 November 2019

NHS Bids to Cut up to 100M Plastic Straws, Cups and Cutlery From Hospitals

The NHS will slash the use of plastic in hospital canteens as part of its drive to reduce waste and make hospitals healthier for patients ...
8 October 2019

Health Secretary announces £2.7Bn for new hospitals

The Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, announced a new programme for the construction of at least six new hospitals and improvements to over ...
8 October 2019

Health Secretary announces £2.7Bn for new hospitals

The Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, announced a new programme for the construction of at least six new hospitals and improvements to over ...
29 August 2019

When Modular Met Medical: Healthcare Facilities Get a Dose of Efficiency and Quality

There has been much talk of late about recent studies revealing that while most industries have seen impressive increases in efficiency and productivity in the ...
14 August 2019

All Beds Replaced at Isle of Man Hospitals

All 263 beds at two Isle of Man hospitals have been replaced at a cost of £300,000, the island’s Health Department has said. Many of the ...
12 August 2019

New Sensor Could Help Manage How Wounds Heal

A new sensor could help patients, doctors and nurses manage how wounds heal. The pioneering sensor is being developed by engineers at Heriot-Watt University in ...
16 July 2019

Could Bacteria-Resistant ‘Biomaterials’ Halt the Spread of Superbugs?

Nottingham University is pioneering new research into bacteria-resistant biomaterials which could halt the spread of so-called superbugs. The new suite of biomaterials – dubbed Bactigon – ...
20 May 2019

The Healing Hospital, Siemens Smart Infrastructure: How Well-Designed Hospitals Can Help Patients Heal Faster

It has been noted in recent times that when patients are in more comfortable surroundings, there is a positive impact on their recovery time and ...
2 May 2019

Hospital Complete After Non-Combustible Insulation Added

The construction of the new Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, has been completed after the installation of non-combustible insulation. Through adding the non-combustible insulation a delay to ...

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