Connects healthcare providers and medical designers to produce components through additive manufacturing.
Indian Navy’s Naval Dockyard in Mumbai has designed and developed its own handheld microcontroller based portable non-contact thermometer for screening of personnel. The temperature...
Already in consideration in other countries, it is portable and could be used in villages without power supply and inexpensive enough to be manufactured in bulk; cost estimate is less than Rs 5,000 per device.
KlinicApp, the fastest growing, and trend-setting e-diagnostic company, bringing affordable and standardized lab test services at the doorstep of patients, is now doing the...
Company to offer its services for free to pharma, medical and healthcare companies in India and the US till April 30, or longer if lockdowns last
Responsive to the need of the hour to fight Coronavirus from all fronts, Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), the principal financial institution...
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has approved the following schemes:The scheme on Promotion of Medical Device Parks for...
Mylab can ramp-up capacity from 20,000 to 50,000 kits a day if needed.
First ‘Made in India’ COVID-19 tests kit gets commercial approval from CDSCO; to cost nearly one-fourth of the currently procured kits.
The researchers observed that the reproducibility of the temperature profile is controlled by constant gas release, which is dictated by the shape of the lithium mould.
FDA Grants Caption Health Landmark Authorisation for First AI-Guided Image Acquisition System Caption Guidance uses artificial intelligence to empower medical professionals without specialised training to perform cardiac ultrasound.
Muscle relaxants delivered to the ureter can reduce contractions that cause pain when passing a stone.
A part of the "MEDICAlliance" family of trade fairs, was organised by Messe Düsseldorf India in cooperation with MEDICA reports Neha Wagle.
The research was led by Dr. Mudrika Khandelwal, Associate Professor, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgical Engineering, IIT Hyderabad, and supported with funds by the Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, and CSR Grants from the American multinational conglomerate AT&T.
TSC barcode printers will support healthcare frontline for varied application including patients ID tracking, hospital admission, hospital nursery, specimen/blood labeling and more.
IRIA 2020 kick-started its sessions with the inauguration of the ICRI, IRIA’s academic body. The focus of IRIA in the last few years has been improving radiological education and encouraging budding radiologists.
The initiative has been named LaQshya-Manyata and both the custodians will be jointly promoting and implementing 26 clinical and facility standards in private hospitals (maternity care) in the state.
The training in APMC, police station was conducted by a team of Life-Support Instructors from the Department of Emergency Medicine at Cloudnine Hospital, Vashi.