Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Fujifilm India and Max Healthcare partner to train doctors

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The doctors will be trained in breast mammography, breast MR and breast ultrasound techniques for six months through the Max-Fujifilm collaboration fellowship programme.

Medica Hospital bags Kayakalp Award for promoting cleanliness

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Introduced in 2015 by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the Kayakalp Awards are given to district hospitals and health centres that maintain cleanliness and hygiene throughout the year by taking extra initiatives.

Transasia Bio-Medicals to foray into Rs 300 cr Indian molecular diagnostics...

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Transasia Bio-Medicals unveiled the MX 16, a fully automated nucleic acid extractor, at the 50th Union World Conference on Lung Health and TB in Hyderabad.

‘Train the trainer’s course’ hosted at IDL Care

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Gastrointestinal problems have increased in number and complexity over the years. Recent advances in technology have been a boon to diagnose and treat many...

Healthcare’s Digital Revolution

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Doctor Crawford W. Long conducted the first surgical operation under anaesthetic in 1841 in Jefferson, Georgia. Here Mark Howard, US country manager of obsolete parts supplier, EU Automation discusses three technologies that are revolutionising healthcare in the 21st century.

Fortis Hospital, Mulund launches training initiative, ‘National Trauma Life Support Program’

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Aiming to empower all specialised medical professionals in Mumbai, the initiative will help train them in management of polytrauma (Major Trauma) patients and deliver Golden Hour care.

Thermography and its applications in medical and clinical research field

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The current method to diagnose Type-2 diabetes is invasive like checking blood-sugar levels and Hb1AC by giving blood sample for testing. Using thermal imaging...

Transasia – Erba Group sets a new benchmark in the Indian...

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Transasia Bio-Medicals announced that it has successfully sold over 1,000 units of the recently launched Erba hematology range of analyzers in India, thereby retaining...

Name of the game: Laboratory services

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At a recently hosted third edition of annual scientific symposium, Total Agilent Experience, in Mumbai, Bharat Bhardwaj, Country GM- India, Agilent Technologies (India) shares his opinion in regards with the growth of medical lab and medical equipment industry.

Tactile breast examination emerges as a viable robust screening technique

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Recently, Delhi hosted Dr Frank Hoffmann, who pioneered the internationally accepted Discovering Hands concept and ‘Tactile Breast Examination’ (TBE) technique. In his presence, the...

Fiinovation & HFCL partner for mobile medical units project

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Innovative Financial Advisors Pvt. Ltd (Fiinovation) recently partnered with Himachal Futuristic Communications (HFCL) for evaluation of HFCL’s Mobile Medical Units (MMU) projects running in Goa, Solan - Himachal Pradesh, Ghazipur - Uttar Pradesh and Sardarshahar – Rajasthan.

KlinicApp to hire 1000 phlebotomists in 2019

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The 1000 new employees would be people trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing-lab technicians with specialised BMLT and DMLT degrees.

New imaging technique could help halt pre-term births

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A new technique called electromyometrial imaging (EMMI) can display a colour-coded, three-dimensional picture of uterine contractions that may help doctors identify and prevent preterm labour.

Injury surveillance data paramount for injury prevention in India

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The Government of India recognises that one of the major gaps in planning and implementing injury related prevention strategies is the lack of realistic data on the exact nature and spectrum of injuries reported in our hospitals.

Agilent hosts 3rd Edition of total Agilent experience in India

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Agilent Technologies recently hosted the third edition of their annual scientific symposium, Total Agilent Experience, in Mumbai.

10th HKTDC MEDICAL & HEALTHCARE FAIR ATTRACTS 12,000-PLUS BUYERS

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The major focal points at this year’s International Medical and Healthcare Fair were global start-up companies and wearable devices, reports Subhajit Roy.

OPTO CIRCUITS PLANNING MAJOR EXPANSION IN INDIA

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As India’s economic, healthcare and social landscape evolve, its medical device market emergencies as promising opportunity for foreign manufactures. Vinod Ramnani, Chairman, Opto Circuits

HKTDC Medical Fair – An Unmissable Show By Subhajit Roy, Group...

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The ongoing 10th HKTDC Hong Kong International Medical and Healthcare Fair 2019 has brought state-of-the-art medical technology devices from across the globe. Organized by the...

Radiology and it’s Future

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The radiology services are being provided and served by the radiologists and experts who have unique advanced medical education in radiation. This article takes you to the advances and the next big thing in radiology.

Photoacoustic Imaging

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When using heat and other forms of radiation to ablate tumors, it is usually difficult to know just how hot the tissues around your...
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