Entries by m7alpha

Materials / Biomedical Technologist

RESPONSIBILITIES Plan and evaluate new projects, consulting with other members of the R&D team as necessary Prepare research proposals, write reports, and work with research partners Work closely with the team on international quality management system audits Design and execute the testing protocols of processing procedures Monitor how materials and products perform and evaluate how […]

Software Developer

RESPONSIBILITIES Modifying software to fix errors, adapt it to new hardware, improve its performance, or upgrade interfaces. Implementing system testing and validation procedures. Working with other team members  on technical issues including software system design and maintenance. Consulting with engineering staff to evaluate software-hardware interfaces and develop specifications and performance requirements. Designing and developing software […]

T1 recieves great feedback at Intelligent Health

It was a week of hard work and commitment from our team as we travelled to Basel to participate in the international summit ‘Intelligent Health’ – the world’s leading summit in medical Artificial Intelligence. Umana’s CEO and co-founder Dr Adrian Attard Trevisan delivereda tech talk on Thursday in which he focused on some AI methodologies that […]

Malta-built wireless ECG monitor enters testing phase

The Times of Malta, November 20, 2017 The University of Malta will next year run a six-month study to test a new type of heart monitor, made by a Maltese company, that will not require the complications of wiring the patient. The university was chosen to test the efficacy of the 24-hour ECG Holter monitor […]

Smart Tattoo Sensors poised to revolutionise continuous Vital Signs Monitoring

Company Press Release, April 24, 2018 The measurement of vital signs is critical for medical professionals to be able to assess the general health of patients and detect any possible health deterioration as early as possible. However, standard Holter devices are bulky and uncomfortable for the patient while providing only a snapshot of limited information […]

Maltese company could revolutionise medical investigations with tattoo-like heart sensor

The Malta Independent, 10 September 2017   A temporary tattoo based on proprietary technology developed by a Maltese company that monitors a patient’s heart, could revolutionise medical investigations in the future. Cardiologist Dr Robert Xuereb spoke to The Malta Independent on Sunday about the tattoo-like sensor that could replace the currently used and bulkier Holter monitor, […]

Scientific Advisory Board for Umana Medical Technologies

Company News, May 2017   As part of our ongoing commitment to offer the highest quality medical products with the latest technology, we have formed our first Scientific Advisory Board. This board hails medical experts from the four corners of the world who will work together to ensure that Umana Medical Technologies Team and it’s […]