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The Blog by Dispotech. On this page you can find news, updates, curiosities about the world of disposable products for the medical, dental, mass retail and sport sectors. Many posts are also dedicated to brief guides and how-tos to optimise the job with disposable products and gain the best results in every field. In addition, we will update you about the events attended by Dispotech and the launch of new products. Follow us on this page to keep always in touch with Dispotech's world!

Written Thursday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

5 Innovative Medical Devices

Even the most technological medical devices arise from the simplest ideas. For about six years, the Center for Medical Innovation (CMI) at the University of Pittsburgh has been encouraging the production of something brilliant, promising to support the most deserving projects.

Written Sunday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

The strangest medical devices in history

The history of medicine is studded with inventions through the centuries of rather bizarre medical devices: seeing them today inspires experts in the field (and those uninformed on the subject) to have a goodhearted laugh mixed with spine-tingling thrills.

Written Tuesday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

The future of healthcare (2/2)

The new weekly appointment with the news of Dispotech, your disposable excellence. Today, we will continue the discussion we began last week with the second part of the article on the future of healthcare.

Written Tuesday, by Emanuele Mortarotti

The future of healthcare (1/2)

Even if the medical device industry was rather slow in adopting what is known as the “Internet of Things” (or rather, the concept of real objects connected to the web) the “Internet of Medical Things” (using its acronym IoMT for further reference) is ready to transform the way in which patients are cared for, in particular regarding solutions to reduce healthcare costs in the years to come. The IoMT can help monitor, inform and provide news and information not only to healthcare operators, but also offer them effectively updated data for identifying problems and trying to solve them before they become critical.