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New Techniques in Cardiovascular Surgery

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Modern cardiac surgery owes its existence to technology as all other fields of medicine. Cardiac surgery with its various surgeries requires artificial valves, fabric grafts, Heart-Lung machine and its components and disposables, along with various other technological innovations in the ICU and in anaesthesia for successful outcomes.

Technological Innovations in Cardiac Surgery

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From the successful closure of a patent ductus arteriosus in 1938 and the Blalock- Taussig shunt, discovery and innovation have been the hallmarks of cardiac surgery.

ICD therapy reduces all-cause mortality amongst patients

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The results of the largest prospective study of patients-at-risk of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) in emerging countries – IMPROVE SCA – has revealed that...

A touch of AI in Cardiology

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This article will walk you through the latest advancements in the field of Cardiology - Dr. Magesh Balakrishanan

Predicting leaky heart valves with 3D printing

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New integrated workflow improves valve sizing accuracy during aortic valve replacement procedures

For Dr Tejas, No Matter The Distance

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With the successful execution of the first-in-human telerobotic intervention, we are now opening new avenues and this is going to change the global scenario of telerobotic interventions. Dr. Tejas M. Patel, Chairman and Chief Interventional Cardiologist, Apex Heart Institute, Ahmedabad

Dr. Vishal Beri CEO of Hinduja Healthcare, Surgical

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

Menstrual Blood Stem Cell Banking – “MONTHLY ‘CURSE’ TURNS BOON”

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Menstrual blood cells are unique; they multiply rapidly and can differentiate into many types of stem cells demonstrating great promise for future use in clinical regenerative medical therapies. Menstrual blood stem cell banking is the process of banking of menstrual blood for the purpose of cell therapy. - Mrs. Hema K

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

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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
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