Advances in Diagnostics

The main points addressed the need to use the emerging trends in diagnostics such as Rise of the corporation – Consolidation & Automation

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Vision on Blindness Cure Needs Aggressive Approach

Blindness in the world is increasing by 1 to 2 million cases per year – the result is a 100% increase in world blindness by the year 2020

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Press Release: The Book Awarded as Shingo Publication Award 2018

A Book “Innovations in Healthcare Management”, written by Dr. VK Singh and Paul Lillrank respectively, awarded as Shingo publication award 2018.

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A Right Gesture Saves Life

Greeting gestures, a language of paying honour, respect, love, adoration, graciousness, empathy towards each other. It is a global custom and has multiple variations. Each country has its own customized version and ritual.

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Over stitch – weight lose device

Obesity continues to be a challenge in all parts of the world, an epidemic which is spreading with an immense pace. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of a device commonly termed as ‘over stitch’ which is meant for suture perforation.

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Rising risks for cardiovascular diseases & diabetes

Of the total disease burden in India in 1990, a tenth was caused by a group of risks including unhealthy diet, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and overweight, which mainly contribute to ischaemic heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

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Lifestyle diseases: A threat to backward states

Lifestyle diseases like chronic respiratory and heart diseases are killing more people in India than communicable ailments like Tuberculosis (TB) or Diarrhea in every states, including most backward belts.

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Philips lighting research on eyesight

While 49% adults in Mumbai agree that light quality affects their eye sight, only one in five (21%) will opt for lighting that is comfortable for their eyes.

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Glenmark Launches Apremilast

Apremilast is an advanced oral treatment for psoriasis which addresses the limitations of the current available therapies in India.

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Medical tourism needs systematic structure

Medical Tourism, also known as Health & Wellness tourism, in recent years, has been coined as a term to represent the movement of people from one place to another for their medical treatment care, and wellness needs.

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