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This search function provides links to outputs produced by NIHR Innovation Observatory. These are briefing notes or reports on new or repurposed technologies. This search will not return all technologies currently in development as these outputs are produced as required for our stakeholders.

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March 2017

SUMMARY – New and emerging technologies for hearing loss

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre has published a horizon scanning review of new and emerging technologies that are being developed for the management and reduction of the negative consequences of hearing loss. More than 11 million, (approximately one in six) people in the UK are affected by hearing loss, the majority (92%) …

Reviews

March 2017

REVIEW – New and emerging technologies for hearing loss

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre has published a horizon scanning review of new and emerging technologies that are being developed for the management and reduction of the negative consequences of hearing loss. More than 11 million, (approximately one in six) people in the UK are affected by hearing loss, the majority (92%) …

Reviews

January 2017

SUMMARY – Emerging technologies for the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre has published a horizon scanning review of new technologies that are being developed for the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy. Epilepsy is a common neurological condition that affects around 600,000 people in the UK (equivalent to almost 1 in 100 people). It causes sudden and unprovoked …

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January 2017

REVIEW – Emerging technologies for the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre has published a horizon scanning review of new technologies that are being developed for the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy. Epilepsy is a common neurological condition that affects around 600,000 people in the UK (equivalent to almost 1 in 100 people). It causes sudden and unprovoked …

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December 2016

REVIEW – New and emerging non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre has published a horizon scanning review on new and emerging non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies in development for people with diabetes. Diabetes is a common life-long condition where the levels of glucose in the body are too high either because the body is unable to convert it due …

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December 2016

SUMMARY – New and emerging non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre has published a horizon scanning review on new and emerging non-invasive glucose monitoring technologies in development for people with diabetes. Diabetes is a common life-long condition where the levels of glucose in the body are too high either because the body is unable to convert it due …

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September 2016

SUMMARY – New and emerging health technologies for corneal disorders

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre (HSRIC) has completed a horizon scanning review that identifies new and emerging technologies and procedures for the treatment of corneal disorders. This work was undertaken in response to a question raised by the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership on Sight Loss and Vision. Corneal disorders may …

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September 2016

REVIEW – New and emerging health technologies for corneal disorders

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre (HSRIC) has completed a horizon scanning review that identifies new and emerging technologies and procedures for the treatment of corneal disorders. This work was undertaken in response to a question raised by the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership on Sight Loss and Vision.   Corneal disorders …

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July 2016

REVIEW – New and emerging angioplasty technologies for severe lower limb ischaemia

The NIHR Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre (HSRIC) conducted this horizon scanning scoping review on behalf of the Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit (BCTU) BASIL-3 clinical trial team. The aim of the review was to identify new and emerging angioplasty-related technologies for arterial revascularisation in patients with severe lower limb ischaemia due to femoro-popliteal artery …

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