Sleep-Apnea Healthcare 

The Role of Advanced Technologies and Devices in Curing Sleep Apnea

Sleep disorders have been increasingly treated by the advanced technologies being developed in the present times. There are plenty of devices and platforms available in the market that can help to reduce sleep problems. According to MedTech developers, sleep apnea is one of the most challenging sleep disorders commonly found in overweight and aged people. However, several devices are constantly being developed to prevent and diagnose abnormal habits causing sleep deprivation and allow experts to understand and improve sleep habits in patients. Sleep Apnea- The Severe Sleeping Disorders Sleep apnea…

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Big-data-healthcare Healthcare 

Is Big Data the Next Revolution in the Healthcare Industry?

Lately, big data has picked up its pace as one of the key topics of interest in the healthcare sector due to its capabilities in providing medical support. The use of big data is helping immensely in managing large medical records, telehealth devices, medical examination records, hospital records, and more. However, healthcare is still in the nascent stage to access the features of the big data technology to its full potential, something that is already being utilized by several other sectors such as banking. The healthcare sector is said to…

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Integrated-OR-System Healthcare 

Types of Modern Operating Rooms and their Applications

To perform a successful surgery, an efficient and accurate setup of all the tools and necessary data in the operating room (OR) is equally important, along with the skillful surgical professionals. Therefore, operating room is one of the most important infrastructural components in a hospital or a healthcare facility. In traditional OR setups, before the surgical procedure begins, preoperative data of each case and patient is required by the doctors. Such data is usually available either on paper or digitally on different devices that are not connected. Operating room machines…

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Capillary Electrophoresis Healthcare 

Capillary Electrophoresis and its Applications in Healthcare Sector

The term ‘Capillary Electrophoresis (CE)’ is made from two different words capillary and electrophoresis. The word ‘capillary’ refers to a narrow glass tube similar to a narrow tunnel, and ‘electrophoresis’ refers to a technique that separates the ions as per their sizes using different electric current levels. The use of Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) in the healthcare sector is constantly increasing due to its capabilities of analyzing several proteins such as ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). This article will highlight the in-depth information on CE and its current market…

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OR Management Solutions Cover Image Healthcare 

Operating Room Management Solutions | Promoting Operational Efficiency

Operating room (OR) management refers to processes that ensure a smooth surgical workflow while shortening the time and improving positive outcome of the surgeries. Processes such as data management, inventory management, surgery scheduling and planning, communication among surgical staff both inside and outside the OR, and improved visualization, reporting, and documentation can be considered as the part of the overall solutions. According to BIS Research, the global operating room management solutions market report highlights that the market was valued at $2.02 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach 3.69…

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Biomaterials Healthcare 

Role of Biomaterials in Modern Medicine

Biomaterials play an important role in the field of medicine today by restoring function and supporting recovery for those who have been injured or ill. Biomaterials, which can be natural or synthetic, are utilized in different healthcare applications to sustain, improve, or replace damaged muscle tissue or support any damaged biological functions. The field has evolved dramatically in the last decade because of the advancements in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and other areas. According to BIS Research, the global biomaterials market was valued at $122.92 billion in 2020 and is…

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Radioligand Therapy Healthcare 

How is Radioligand Therapy Revolutionizing Oncology?

Cancer is one of the most dangerous and complicated diseases with a fatality rate significantly higher than other chronic diseases. According to a report from the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. In 2020, it accounted for nearly 10 million deaths globally, which is nearly one in six deaths. The following figure represents the cancer statistics across regions. With the current lifestyle challenges, polluted environment, and increasing health risks, cancer cases are growing at an alarming rate every year. This rising prevalence of cancer…

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Wireless-Brain-Sensors Healthcare 

Wireless Brain Sensors | A New Sensation Emerging in Neuro Science

Wireless brain sensors track temperature, detect intracranial pressure, and record brain transmission in the form of brain waves. Sleep disorders, traumatic brain injury, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and other neurological illnesses are some of the major ailments for which brain sensors are most commonly utilized. Wireless connection allows brain sensors to be accessed remotely. These sensors can be linked with smartphones, tablets, and laptops. As a result, they may be monitored intermittently from a homecare environment, making the device cost-efficient. Earlier, sensors tied people to the monitoring site and necessitated their…

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capillary electrophoresis Healthcare 

How Is the Method of Capillary Electrophoresis Revolutionising the Healthcare Industry?

Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is an analytical method used for the separation of ions with the application of electricity according to the size and charge of the ions. CE is performed in a small glass tube called a capillary that is filled with an electrolyte solution. Ions are separated due to differences in electrophoretic mobility, which varies with charge, solvent viscosity, and size. In the quest to discover better healthcare solutions for various chronic diseases, there is a constant surge in research and development in the field of cancer diagnosis and…

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Radioligand Therapy Healthcare 

Is Radioligland Therapy the Answer to Future Cancer Treatments?

Radioligand therapy is a new cancer therapeutic technique. Radioligands are a combination of the terms ligand, which refers to a molecule that binds to another molecule, and radio, as in radioactivity. Radioligands function similarly to cancer-seeking missiles: the ligand searches for and attaches to tumor cells, and the radioactive molecule destroys the DNA of the tumor cells. Radioligand treatment is a highly focused cancer therapy that has been found to increase the rate of survival and quality of life with specific types of neuroendocrine tumors (NETs), lymphoma, and prostate cancer.…

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