This issue of Health Technology Update features brief summaries of information on a broad range of medical technologies — from a robotic wheelchair that uses gyroscope technology to a self-expanding pulmonary valve. These technologies were identified through the CADTH Horizon Scanning Service as topics potentially of interest to Canadian health care decision-makers.
The following seven articles on emerging technologies are featured in this issue:
- a robotic wheelchair
- biology-guided radiotherapy
- point of care testing for clozapine monitoring
- ER-REBOA Catheter
- a self-expanding valve for the treatment of congenital heart abnormalities
- cardiac contractility modulation for heart failure
Soundbite Crossing System for the treatment of coronary and peripheral artery disease.
Projects listed as “in progress” are at various stages and points of completion. These products have different processes and timelines; therefore, the timing of posting of the final reports varies and expected completion dates may change. Find out more about Projects in Progress.
The “Projects in Progress” page on the CADTH website is updated on a seven- to eight-day cycle. Please be advised that there may be overlap between when a new report is posted online and when the section is updated. View our current Projects in Progress.