medicine

Tactful Technological Ideation to Deal with Human Mind

Tactful Technological Ideation to Deal with Human Mind

Cognitive Assessment is one of those evaluation methods being exercised by healthcare professionals to find out the ultimate measure of a human’s mental health. Savvy Digitization Makes Sense When it comes to infusing technological practice to cognitive assessment domain, healthcare ...

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AIDS Vaccine Passed Phase 1 Clinical Trial in Humans

AIDS Vaccine Passed Phase 1 Clinical Trial in Humans

Dr. Chil-Yong Kang who developed theSAV001-H vaccine (Credit: Paul Mayne/Western University) Are we finally going to see a successful vaccination against HIV/AIDS? a recent early clinical trial of a new drug by a company called Sumagen had shown some early ...

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Growing New Arteries to Bypass Blocked Ones

Growing New Arteries to Bypass Blocked Ones

Prof. Michael-Simons Researchers from the Yale School of Medicine and University College London (UCL) discovered a molecular pathway that can lead to the formation of new arteries after heart attacks, strokes and other acute diseases which can bypass arteries that ...

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Fujitsu Develops a Medical Body area Network

Fujitsu Develops a Medical Body area Network

Fujitsu’s Medical Body area Network Fujitsu recently started testing a novel medical technology in the Japanese market. The system, known as medical body area network, is essentially a dedicated wireless network for hospitals and clinics which was developed to allow ...

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Food Supplement Could Help Delay Parkinsons Disease

Prof. Gil Ast Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel recently discovered that a commonly sold nutritional supplement made from beef, seafood or soy can delay several degenerative brain disorders including Parkinson’s disease. A team of researchers from the Department ...

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V-chip does 50 Tests with One Drop of Blood

V-chip does 50 Tests with One Drop of Blood

The V-chip (Credit: Lidong Qin and Yujun Song) Scientists at the Methodist Hospital Research Institute and MD Anderson Cancer Center developed a special chip that can quickly analyze up to 50 different biomarkers in one go. The chip can help ...

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Hyginex Bracelet will keep Hospitals Germ Free

Hyginex Bracelet  will keep Hospitals Germ Free

Hyginex bracelet and system Each year almost 100,000 people in the U.S. alone dies due to healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). Many of those could have been avoided if proper hygiene regulations have been followed more carefully by hospital stuff. To counter ...

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Proteus – the e-Pill that will Monitor Your Health

Proteus – the e-Pill that will Monitor Your Health

Proteus Digital Health e-Pill California based company Proteus Digital Health recently received FDA clearance for its unique tiny ingestible sensor. The sensor will transmit information about the user vital signs as well as how well they handles their prescribed medication ...

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