Lung-Cancer_ Healthcare 

Global Prevalence of Lung Cancer: Causes, Risks, and Advanced Treatments

Living in the post-industrial revolution world with all the comforts of life has its hazards as much as benefits. The healthcare concerns based on lifestyle and environmental causes are increasing at an alarming rate. Cancer is one such life-threatening disease that has witnessed a concerning prevalence among humans. Every year, millions of lives are lost due to the disease. According to the WHO report, cancer accounted for nearly 10 million deaths in 2020. Among the various types of cancers, lung cancer is the most common disease and accounted for approximately…

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Top Five Advanced Cancer Diagnosis Methods in the Market

Early and accurate diagnosis of the disease is one of the essential steps in curing or containing the disease. Especially in cancer cases, early diagnosis is the best chance of curing the disease. The more advanced cancer stage leads to more painful treatment procedures and a lesser chance of survival for the patient. An early cancer diagnosis is crucial to manage further advancement of the disease and strategize an effective treatment plan. In cancer, the symptoms such as fatigue, severe pain, swollen bumps, etc., generally appear in its later stages…

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Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Healthcare 

How Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare are Transforming the Industry

The prevalence, and intensity of various health issues worldwide are a matter of concern for governments and the general population alike. Healthcare experts are now relying heavily on technological advancements and innovative tools to cope with the increasing challenges. Technology has played a crucial part in enhancing the healthcare system across all the areas such as diagnostics, medicine, treatment, and surgery. One of the biggest examples of such technologies is robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). The first robot in the medical field was used in the 1980s that provided surgical…

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Single-cell-RNA Healthcare 

Impact of Single Cell Sequencing Techniques on Medicine and Healthcare

In the last few decades, the healthcare facilities and the number of complex/chronic diseases have risen simultaneously. The researchers in the healthcare industry are putting their best efforts into accessing more information about human health at the genomic level to get to the complex roots of human health. Significant advancements have been made in genomic studies, and today, genes are being analyzed through various methods such as Sanger sequencing, single cell sequencing techniques capillary electrophoresis, and fragment analysis, next generation sequencing (NGS), etc. Single cell sequencing is one such method…

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Blood and Plasma Components Market Healthcare 

Therapeutic Applications of the Four Main Blood Components

In the human body, blood is one of the most vital elements which perform several important functions. A whole blood composition is essential for a healthy body. All the four components of the blood, i.e., plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, have their specific important functions in the body. While on its own, each blood component also serves as a treatment for a wide range of rare and life-threatening diseases. For instance, plasma protein therapies treat rare, chronic diseases such as primary immune deficiency diseases, neurological disorders,…

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Traditional Biomarkers Vs. Digital Biomarkers: An Evolution in Predictive Healthcare

The human body is an intelligent machine with indicators of good or bad health conditions. To gauge the health condition of the body, certain biological parameters of optimal functioning are assessed by healthcare professionals. Such biological parameters are known as the biomarkers that act as a sign of normal or abnormal functioning of the body parts. Traditionally, clinical tests such as measuring blood pressure, cholesterol levels, body temperature, or pulmonary function have been used as biomarkers for assessing general health conditions. While for a more complex disease such as cancer,…

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4k-imaging Healthcare 

4k High-Resolution Imaging Technique: A Significant Tool in Medical Procedures

Imaging techniques and tools are a crucial part of the healthcare industry. Since the first use of X-Rays in 1890 for diagnosis purposes, the imaging techniques have undergone great evolution. Today, various advanced techniques such as computed tomography (CT) scan, MRI magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, and nuclear medicine imaging, including positron emission tomography (PET) are in common medical use. Such advanced imaging techniques enable healthcare experts to peek inside the body and gather clear information about the functions/malfunctions of the body. It has various advantages such as early detection…

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Emotional-AI_cover Healthcare 

Is Emotional AI the key to Business Growth?

Laptops, tablets, and many other such gadgets have become an important part of one’s life, and people have started relying on technology like never before. The relationship of humans with technologies is constantly growing and becoming more complex. The world is constantly shifting toward a future dependent more on artificial intelligence. Robot technology with emotions has the capability of mastering complex tasks in a much better manner. How do these robots learn to understand emotions, and what options do emotional AI technology open up in the business world?  Let’s find…

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Gene-Cloning Healthcare 

Do Gene Cloning Services Really Assist in Treatment Selection?

Gene cloning is an important part of the precision medicine approach as it ensures that targeted therapies are safe and effective. It also facilitates the gathering of data for a wide range of therapy dissemination, emphasizing its importance in healthcare. Gene cloning is a conventional method or technique used in molecular genetics to create DNA copies, and its services also help with drug treatment efficacy monitoring. Gene cloning service has revolutionized treatment dissemination for widespread diseases. Rapid service developments and their simultaneous adoption among major companies have made the global…

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infectious-disease-diagnostic Healthcare 

Increasing Threat of Infectious Diseases in Europe and the Advances in Genomic Diagnostic Tools

After witnessing a devastating global pandemic such as COVID-19, the world has gained a concrete understanding of the level of destruction an infectious disease can cause. In an extremely interconnected world where international travel and migration are easier than ever, the health risks of infectious and communicable diseases have grown exponentially. Moreover, the changing environmental, socioeconomic, and behavioral factors are contributing significantly to the healthcare challenges. Diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever, HIV, West Nile, Japanese encephalitis, elephantiasis, Ebola, etc., pose a great threat to the European population.…

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