AI startup KroniKare diagnoses wounds with smartphones

AI startup KroniKare diagnoses wounds with smartphones

This article first appeared on The Edge (31 May 2018). As robots continue to displace factory workers and payment terminals replace cashiers, a Snapchat for the medical industry could change the way healthcare professionals work. Local start-up KroniKare is developing...
New scanner can assess wounds in seconds

New scanner can assess wounds in seconds

This article first appeared on Star Online (7 December 2017) . SINGAPORE: A locally-developed wound scanner can assess the severity and depth of wounds in seconds – when a nurse would take about half an hour. It can also carry out the task with greater accuracy....
A dose of tech to boost medical care

A dose of tech to boost medical care

This article first appeared on Straits Times (Singapore) (7 December 2017). A medical scanner developed here can assess the severity and depth of wounds in seconds – a task that would take a nurse about half an hour. The Kronikare, as the scanner is called, can...
New scanner can assess wounds in seconds

Wound scanner in Singapore is garnering success

This article first appeared on BioSpectrum Asia (6 December 2017). Researchers in Singapore have developed a wound scanner that can assess the severity and depth of wounds in seconds, with great accuracy. Chronic wounds are an increasingly problematic issue in the...