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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3d-printed ear transplant Healthcare News 

3D-Printed Ear Transplant Marks a New Venture in Healthcare Technology

A lot of you may not have heard of the disease ‘microtia’ but, today it is something the entire medical fraternity is talking about. The reason?! A 20-year-old woman, born with microtia (a congenital disorder that results in misshapen or missing ears), got herself a 3D-printed ear implant. This is the first of its kind medical intervention where a 3D-printed tissue has been implanted into a human body. What makes this latest advancement in medical science technology a landmark is the construction of the 3D-printed ear by using the woman’s…

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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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Neoantigen cancer vaccines Healthcare 

Personalized Neoantigen Cancer Vaccines| A New Breakthrough

The introduction of the neoantigen cancer vaccines is an obvious example of developing oncology care that has the potential to overcome the present obstacles of treatment non-specificity and safety criteria. Neoantigens are foreign peptides that are totally absent from normal healthy cells and are particularly recognized by neoantigen-specific T-cell receptors in terms of current histocompatibility complexes (MHCs) molecules. Unlike tumor-associated antigens and cancer germline antigens, which are generally found on both cancer and healthy cells, neoantigens are only found in tumor tissues. What is Neoantigen? Gene mutations generated by genetic…

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How is Femtech Transforming Healthcare for women Healthcare 

How is Femtech Transforming Healthcare for women?

The technological field, in recent years, has taken ground-breaking strides to close the gender gap. As a result, a female-centric health technology market, femtech, has emerged, with technology serving as a proponent for women’s health and general wellness. Several health apps are solely dedicated to women’s health issues. These technologies are part of the femtech movement, which is an increasing partnership between health and technology. Sex and reproduction, menstruation, fertility, and pregnancy are currently under-represented in the technology markets. It is a relatively young field but with huge potential. Despite…

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Growing Technological Innovations in Epigenetics Healthcare 

Growing Technological Innovations in Epigenetics

The study of gene variations that might create changes that impact the normal gene mutation is known as epigenetics. Epigenetic mechanisms are linked to an increasing number of chronic diseases and disorders, such as cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disease, and neurodegenerative disorders, as well as environmental cues and nutrition, which can have a considerable influence on epigenetic processes such as DNA methylation, histone modification, and non-coding RNA. The growing need of testing assays being created by firms in this market to enable improved outcomes on the rising prevalence of cancer is…

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Mental-Healthcare Healthcare 

AI to Empower Mental Healthcare Industry

In this technological era, all the fields are upgrading, so is the mental health industry. The mental healthcare industry is making optimum use of the new advancements. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic expanded the boundaries of the use of technology in the healthcare industry. According to the World Health Organization, only 42.6% of adults received mental health services in 2017, where at least 1 of 5 people suffer from mental health disorders. The global median number of mental health workers per 100 000 population has increased slightly from nine workers…

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Utilization of Biomaterials in Dentistry and Orthopedics

A biomaterial is a substance that has been engineered to interact with biological systems for a medical purpose, either a therapeutic or a diagnostic one. Biomaterials frequently contain a whole or part of a living structure or a biomedical device that leads, increases, or replaces a natural function and are frequently employed and/or altered for medical use. Such functionalities may be somewhat passive, as in the case of a heart valve, or bioactive with interactive capabilities, as in the case of hydroxyapatite-coated hip implants. Biomaterials are also employed in dentistry,…

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Biomanufacturing Healthcare 

Growing Demand for Technological Advancements in Bio-manufacturing

Bio-manufacturing is the process of creating economically valuable biological products from live cells for use in pharmaceuticals, food and beverage processing, and industrial applications. It is a kind of biotechnology that uses biomaterials derived from natural sources such as microorganisms, blood, animal cells, or plant cells. These cells or substances are either naturally existing or are manufactured through genetic engineering. Vaccines, cytokines, amino acids, growth factors, antibodies, and fusion proteins are all manufactured goods in the realm of medicine industry. The manufacturing process distinguishes bio-manufactured products such as monoclonal antibodies…

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