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06/21/2021

Novel multi-technology Test can Identify Covid-19 and its variants in 5 minutes

Coronavirus has caused enough losses to humankind. That is why scientists were trying to get rid of it quickly. Diagnosis and tests are the first steps of every treatment. According to scientists, one should preferably detect the disease as soon as possible. The reason is, the quicker one would detect the disease, the quicker one would be able to defeat...

06/16/2021

A new 4D microscopy technique explains how malaria parasite invades red blood cells

Advanced class microscopy is now being used to study different mechanisms of diseases. Moreover, this technology has allowed Australian scientists to detect the mechanism of the parasite invasion process in 4D. Current technology helps in learning the process of malaria parasites at the molecular level. In the past, the process of malaria parasite...

06/12/2021

Newborns will face no complications over their health with this new device

After the birth, the doctors shift the newborns immediately on a ventilator if their condition is critical. While on a ventilator, a single movement from the newly born child can raise severe problems and can even jeopardize his well-being. If the newborn touches the breathing tube and happens to move it in the wrong position, the path of oxygen to his...

06/10/2021

Researchers develop Blood Test to detect underlying Neurodegeneration

A recent study done by researchers at the King's College London, Lund University found that it may be possible to detect a range of neurodegenerative disorders based on one biomarker from a single blood sample. This would greatly simplify diagnosis and provide doctors with an easier roadmap to the best treatment available. Neurodegenerative diseases...

06/08/2021

The Future of Medical Wearable devices in the Healthcare

The State-of-the-art innovation in wearable technology , and medical services, include electronic devices like smartwatches and Fitbits. Consumers can wear them in their hands, and such devices help in the collection of data. The collection of such data helps determine physical well-being and monitor the current health status.   Whereas, Wearable...

06/07/2021

Virtual proctoring, training to become the new normal in surgical interactions after Pandemic

Medical device specialists have always been a pillar of the medical world in that they provide case support during procedures. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic and people not being able to travel safely due to restrictions set by different countries, remote proctoring has become more important - especially if you don't have access or cannot make it...

06/03/2021

Home Medical Equipment Market of U.S.

Expanding the practice of using new self-help healthcare strategies to reduce the general framework of medical services is becoming more popular with home treatment equipment. People with a chronic illness are looking for a response from the home medical equipment to address their well-being. Cost-effective healthcare services in home settings are...

06/02/2021

Making of Tiny Medical Implants using Reverse 3D Printing

3D printing is a booming industry with various applications in the private and public sectors. Recently, scientists have discovered a way to use 3D printing to create tiny medical implants for patients. Manufacturing these tiny medical implants is not possible through conventional methods. This blog post will explore how these innovative new medical...

06/01/2021

10 Leading AI Healthcare Companies in 2021

The healthcare AI field is flourishing these days. A growing number of organizations set the target for medical services with the help of artificial intelligence to improve the process. Given how fast these organizations are moving everywhere, it can become increasingly difficult to step ahead of healthcare facilities already established. This article...

05/30/2021

Reasons of cyberattacks on Healthcare IoT devices and possible solutions

Towards the end of 2020, the ratio of cyberattacks in the healthcare industry increased by 45%. They are doubling the speed of attacks in various parts of the world as hackers exploit rapid development in the healthcare industry. At the same time, the medical community's focus is on the Covid-19 pandemic. In conjunction with the financial sector,...

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