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Pune’s startup company Seagull BioSolutions to develop COVID-19 vaccine

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Pune-based Seagull BioSolutions, a startup working on new biological technologies, is being funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), to undertake the...

Ordnance Factory Board unveils isolation tents

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In its effort to fight against COVID-19, the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) has come up with a two-bed tent with necessary medical facilities that...

Scientists Make Transparent Human Organs

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Recent developments in tissue clearing allowed researchers to obtain first cellular views of intact transparent mouse organs in 3D. These methods, however, were not applicable to human organs.

Pill-sized chemical heater for point-of-care diagnostic tests

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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.

Training session to prevent stroke held in Mumbai

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Mumbai Stroke Society in association with Global Hospital, Parel and The Rotary Club of Bombay Worli recently organised an informative training session for doctors...

First implantable magnet resonance detector developed

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Scientists develop a new miniature NMR implant measures neuronal activity.

Silicon Chips as Artificial Neurons

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Researchers at the University of Bath in the UK have developed silicon chips that mimic the electrical activity of neurons. The artificial neurons on...

Liver-Chip avoids animal testing, makes drug research easier, faster

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Species-specific Liver-Chip identifies distinct drug toxicities in human, rat, and dog models; Could improve success rate of drug candidates in clinical trials.

Global dental surgical eqpt market to grow by $ 1.4 bn...

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The global dental surgical equipment market poised to grow by USD 1.4 billion during 2019-2023, progressing at a CAGR of 6 per cent during the forecast period, a research report by Technavio said.

Will not allow knee implants costs to rise beyond 10% in...

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Recently the government said the ceiling price of orthopaedic knee implants will be monitored to ensure that the cost does not increase beyond 10 per cent in a given year.

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

Implantable Micro-Devices for Self-Charging Pacemakers

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The over one million pacemakers implanted each year worldwide currently require an additional surgical procedure every 5–10 years to replace the batteries. Dartmouth engineering...

Notification for regulating medical devices sales

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A notification was issued recently by CDSCO. Rajiv Nath, Forum Coordinator, Association of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMeD) said, “We are baffled to see...

Selecting the right implants is important

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Right implant selection, adoption of global best practices, quality and skill of a surgeon plays a key role in making an orthopedic surgery successful...

A painless adhesive

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Pulling off a band-aid may soon get a lot less painful.

Polylactic Acid Screws

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Biodegradable screws made of polylactic acid are already used in the medical field, but they have the drawback that when these screws degrade, they can leave holes in the bone.

Titanium

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Pure titanium and titanium-base alloys are known to be the various corrosion resistant and biocompatible of all implant materials in the body.

Polyethylene

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Polyethylene is a common plastic and it is often one of the materials used in medical implants because it is an acceptable synthetic polymer that is biologically inactive and does not degrade in the body.

Medical device makers seek upto 18% price hike

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

Smart bandages to monitor, treat chronic wounds

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Bandages with integrated pH and temperature sensors and electronically triggered drug release are designed to improve healing
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