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“OEMs remain bullish on Indian healthcare story”

Most of the OEMs remain bullish about the Indian healthcare story, especially owing to the recent changes in the healthcare insurance policies and also the newly introduced regulatory framework. Suhas Tamras, Global Head - Medical Devices and Healthcare Practice, Tata Elxsi

Dr. Vishal Beri CEO of Hinduja Healthcare, Surgical

Dr. Beri, do share with us your vast experience in the healthcare domain, both as a clinician as well as a management professional.After...

A DIY $100 Ultrasound No Bigger Than a Band-Aid

Could a DIY ultrasound be in your future? University of British Columbia breakthrough opens door to an ultrasound machine no bigger than a Band-Aid

Evolution of Mammography and Advances in Breast imaging

Offering the possibilities of smaller, lighter, and faster materials and devices, nanotechnology is working its way into the world of medical technology. - Dr. Meinal Chaudhry

Low-cost prosthetic foot that can be tailored to an individual

MIT engineers have developed a simple, low-cost, passive prosthetic foot that can be tuned to an individual’s body weight and size.

Embedded System Development for ARM-based Laboratory Analyzers – Modular is faster...

What’s the most efficient way to design-in the appropriate embedded logic into a laboratory device? More and more often, the answer is to use computer-on-modules, even for ARM-based designs. HEITEC used an NXP i.MX6 based Qseven module from congatec in the design of a spectrophotometric analyzer from Implen. - Zeljko Loncaric, Wolfgang Christl

Scientists develop dissolving electronic medical device

Scientists have developed the first implantable, biodegradable wireless device which speeds nerve regeneration and improves the healing of a damaged nerve. The collaborators —...

Dr. Vishal Beri CEO of Hinduja Healthcare, Surgical

Dr. Beri, do share with us your vast experience in the healthcare domain, both as a clinician as well as a management professional.After...

New low-cost needle simulator aims to revolutionise medical training

Haptic force needle insertion simulator is a low-cost, hand-held device that simulates the tactic feeling of the instrument passing through several layers of tissue.

Immunochemistry – What to Watch Out For in 2018?

With the latest advancements, 3rd generation immunoassays for Transfusion Transmitted Infections are now giving way to the 4th generation assays, that are designed on parameters such as early detection, better sensitivity and specificity, reduction in infection rates, affordability, etc. - Ratan Shetty

The World’s First Full-Colour, 3D X-ray

New Zealand’s father and son scientists first time X-rayed a human using a MARS 3D colour medical scanner that they have developed.

Surgical Product Innovations

As it is a known fact that surgical innovations are fundamental to surgical progress. Here, we feature few of the astonishing and marvelous surgical product innovations which shall certainly be of great help to the surgeons.

Technology will drive medical imaging: Dr Bhargava

Though there is the fear that Radiologists could be replaced by computers, Dr Rajat Bhargava, Consultant Radiologist and Head - Radiology at Fortis Hospital, Mulund observes, “As of now, the fear is unfounded since most of the systems available are providing clinical decision support to the Radiologist, thus increasing his speed and accuracy.”

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Feel the pulse of the Medical Products Industry

HKTDC - Hong Kong International Medical Devices and Supplies Fair 2018 plugs into the growing demand for medical related products.The show – the leading...

Medical device makers seek upto 18% price hike

Hike required to neutralise impact of rupee depreciation & inflation, MTaI says.

Immunochemistry – What to Watch Out For in 2018?

With the latest advancements, 3rd generation immunoassays for Transfusion Transmitted Infections are now giving way to the 4th generation assays, that are designed on parameters such as early detection, better sensitivity and specificity, reduction in infection rates, affordability, etc. - Ratan Shetty

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