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Hazardous effects of Veterinary radiation on Humans

Even the exposure to low doses of radiation can lead to hazardous effects in humans and to keep a check on it, Dosimeters can be used as a preventive measure.

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Reconstructive Surgeries with 3D Printing Technology in India

The treatment costs between $950 USD to $3648.25 USD with a turnover time (duration required for the treatment)of 3-7 days in India while on the contrary, in countries like Germany and France, the minimum cost is $2.5 million with a turnover time of at least 3 months.

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Nanotechnology, Nanomedicine: The Future of Healthcare

Denial of appropriate health services has been an underlying cause of millions of deaths across the world; however, Nanotechnology is expected to bring a major revolution in the healthcare industry.

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Unveiling New Sustainable Alternative to Bacterial Disease Prevention

Promoting healthy poultry farming in India can have a lasting impact on human & environmental health. The technology uses ‘bacteriophages’ as a preventative antibacterial solution to improve animal and human health.

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A Premature Iraqi Baby with Complete Heart Block and Heart Failure Given a New Lease of Life at Fortis, Gurugram

Baby boy born 4 weeks prematurely with a bleak survival chance- implanted with a pacemaker to stabilize the heart

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TomoTherapy: Rays of Hope

Tomotherapy is the world's only integrated machine for radiotherapy with IMRT (Intensity Modulated RadioTherapy) and IGRT (Image Guided RadioTherapy). Here we have a linear accelerator and a CT scanner mounted on a ring gantry (like that of a CT scan) and the patient couch moves through the ring gan

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Digital Health Innovation Mission: NATHEALTH And The Netherlands Embassy Collaborates for Digital Innovation in Healthcare

NATHEALTH and the Dutch Digital Mission is expected to bring in much needed synergies and partnerships to create a robust health system that tackle the shared challenges we face today.

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Esperer BioResearch addresses the Nutritional Deficiency in Cancer Patients

Backed by a strong research on the nutritional deficiencies in cancer patients in India, Esperer BioResearch today, launched 2 health supplements. The initiative can benefit approximately 2.25 million people living with Cancer in India.

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Transforming India from the world’s Diabetes Capital to Diabetes Care Capital

A recently released ICMR study says the prevalence of diabetes is likely to rise among those of low socio-economic status in urban and rural areas. By partnering with technology providers, the public healthcare system can prevent the onset of diabetes in people and also delay limb, nerve and organ d

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Self-Monitoring Blood Glucose Device & Digital Therapeutics combination shows improvement in patient data and outcomes

Data from an on-going study by Roche and Wellthy Therapeutics presented at the American Diabetes Association’s 79th Annual Scientific Sessions shows improvement in blood glucose levels. Harnessing data collected through medical devices and applying digital therapeutics enhances self-management pract

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