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A touch of physiotherapy

This article will walk you through the latest advancements in the field of physiotherapy.

Medical device makers seek upto 18% price hike

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

Occupational Radiation Protective layers through tearing layers of ignorance

Occupational radiation protection is the need of the hour given the high volume of fluoroscopically guided interventional procedures all over the world. For a similar procedure and dose each interventi onal radiologist/cardiologist can be exposed to varying orders of magnitude. - Dr Dilip Gude

X-Ray Detectors for Digital Radiography: 11 Tips to Protect Your Investment

It is crucial to protect your investment in this crucial piece of diagnostic imaging equipment. Here are the 11 tips required for handling X-ray Digital Radiography Detectors. - Kevin Odorczyk

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.

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.
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Medica Hospital bags Kayakalp Award for promoting cleanliness

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.

‘Make in India’ push fails to lift medical devices manufacturing

Unless the Indian manufacturers get level playing field and visible benefit to manufacture in India in comparison to the imports, nobody will venture out to undertake this tedious job of putting together men, machine and capital for manufacturing of medical device in India. Rajiv Nath, Forum Coordinator, AiMeD (Association of Indian Medical devices)

New imaging technique could help halt pre-term births

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.

Tactile breast examination emerges as a viable robust screening technique

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

Corneal Imaging

Imaging techniques are required for evaluating the structure and function of the cornea which is vital for diagnosing and treating a huge variety of ocular diseases. The accuracy of our diagnosis is dependent on the detailed structural analysis of the cornea. - Dr Snehasis Basu