Diabetes can be controlled without needle using ultraslim graphene sensor
Healthy blood glucose levels can be maintained in a person by using a graphene based patch.
MD Anderson Scientists established New Breast Cancer Staging System
Scientists at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have established a new breast cancer staging system which consolidates tumor biology as an analytical prognostic indicator for women wh
Infertile men can now have children with the help of sperm grown in lab
Scientists declared that they had developed sperm in the lab for the first time and men with infertility can have their own biological children.
Diagnostic Test to Detect Prostate Cancer through Odor
Researchers in the United Kingdom are in process to create a diagnostic test which uses a special tool to smell prostate cancer in urine sample
'APAC Personal Mobility Devices Market to Cross US $ 600 Million by 2021'
Ageing population, growing number of accidents and continuing technological advancements to drive APAC personal mobility devices market through 2021
'Medical Imaging Equipment Market in India to Cross $ 1.6 billion Sales'
Increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and growing patient population coupled with new product launches to drive India medical imaging equipment market through 2021
'Prices of insulin escalated, bringing drug makers on the defensive'
April 5, 2016 the cost of insulin inflated from $231 to $736 a year per patient between 2002 and 2013, as per a new analysis.
'Risk of diabetes upsurge due to skim milk'
A study suggested that full-fat milk turns out to be healthier than skim milk. Findings of the study published in the journal Circulation which suggested that low-fat dairy, like skim milk, increases
New Technique for Breast Cancer Risk Assessment
Researchers of Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and co-workers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have diagnosed a molecular marker in normal breast tissue
Surgery can be a better way for treating hyperparathyroidism a leading cause for osteoporosis
Most of the osteoporosis cases are observed due to aging and a leading cause which is hyperparathyroidism, in which an excessive amount of hormone is released by the parathyroid glands which regulate
A functional near-infrared spectroscopy neuroimaging device soon to be launched in the market
A new device known as NIRISIT is going to revolutionize the neuroscience research and medical sector soon this year.
Medanta launches FemtoLASIK, a bladeless refractive treatment
Medanta, India’s one of the huge multi-super specialty institute, which is located in Gurgaon, revealed the launch of FemtoLASIK.
Zimmer Biomet launches innovative implant technologies in support of Persona Knee System & Vanguard 360 Revision Knee System
Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc., which is an established leader in musculoskeletal healthcare, revealed that is will launch the Persona Medial Congruent Bearing and OsseoTi Tibial Sleeves for the Vangua
'Corex Cough Syrup by Pfizer Inc. Banned in India as it poses risk to humans'
India’s unit of Pfizer Inc., US pharmaceutical giant declared that it had stopped selling its popular Corex cough syrup, after regulators banned it saying it was prone to pose a risk to humans.
'Visual Inspection with acetic acid (VIA) test in rural area underlined for cervical cancer'
Professionals have called for assimilation of visual inspection of cervix with utilization of acetic acid (VIA) procedure in the community level public health system
'Scientists discovered that Graphene Oxide could help fight hospital-acquired infections'
Latest research on graphene oxide might upgrade our capacity to fight infections obtained from hospitals and different spots.
'MDI Biological Laboratory scientist analyses potential drug therapy to counter peripheral nerve destruction'
The Mount Desert Island (MDI) Biological Laboratory has declared that assistant professor Sandra Rieger, Ph.D.
APAC Personal Mobility Devices Market Opportunities, 2011 – 2021
Medical Devices | 28 Jun, 2016
According to the estimates published by the Asian Development Bank, the elderly population (65 years & above) in Asia is expected to cross 922 million by 2050. Increasing geriatric population
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