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Edward Fält

Edward Fält

Vice President Business Development New Initiatives at Mentice

Recent posts by Edward Fält

4 min read

How to Reduce Radiation in Cath Labs

By Edward Fält on Sep 22, 2015 2:00:00 PM

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Topics: Radiation Safety
3 min read

Will robot “autodoctors” take over in the operating room?

By Edward Fält on Nov 14, 2012 4:23:00 PM

Will tomorrow’s physicians perhaps use “autodoctors” to handle routine steps of a diagnosis or treatment, while the physician only steps in for critical or unforeseen parts?

A couple of weeks ago now I went to watch the latest Ridley Scott movie – Prometheus. The movie’s main character is a young scientist by the name of Elizabeth Shaw leading a team of explorers to distant parts of the universe on a quest to discover clues to the origins of mankind on Earth.

Topics: Endovascular Training
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Technology in medicine opens the door for simulation training

By Edward Fält on Aug 7, 2012 5:45:00 PM

Have you ever thought about the complex communication required for a modern operating room to work? I am not only referring to communication person to person, but to ALL communication, both machine-to-machine, machine-to-human, and of course also human-to-human. This exchange and flow of information must be effective to allow for safe clinical practise.

Topics: Endovascular Training
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Bridging the Gap between Clinical Reality and Computer Simulation

By Edward Fält on Jun 18, 2012 4:43:00 PM

Dear readers,

It is time for another blog post and with this I want to introduce Edward Fält, Vice President Business Development New Initiatives at Mentice. During his time at Mentice, Edward has had the opportunity to work with both core development activities, clinical interactions to define details of a product as well as marketing activities to appropriately position the use of simulation to maximize value for clients. In this blog Edward discusses the link between technology and medicine and the blog is intended to introduce the importance of disruptive technologies in medical simulation and more specifically full physics simulation with respect to endovascular procedures. 

Göran Malmberg, CEO/President

Topics: Endovascular Training