Medical Technology Empowering Patients by Strengthening the Diagnostic Landscape

Technology holds key to delivering quality healthcare to people in a country like India. As the diagnostics industry is looking

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Will technology eventually replace human touch in healthcare?

Technology awareness has become essential for the doctor of today. Can gadgets, telemedicine and an IoT of healthcare automate treatment

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Positive Biosciences launches Positive – ATGC to enable integration of genomics in clinical practice

Positive Bioscience, India’s leading clinical genomics company using big data & artificial intelligence to predict disease risk in healthy individuals

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Medical Device Industry Cautions Government on FDI

India’s medical devices manufacturers have cautioned the government on its move to allow 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) through automatic

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Greek scientists develop heart attack  calculator Researchers have developed a quick and easy artificial intelligence approach to successfully calculate a

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The New Age Health ‘Experts’ : Dr Bhupinder Chaudhary, Assistant Professor, Department of Hospital Management, HNG University

[This article was published in the October 2010 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (]

In the health sector, there is a need for a computer based system, which not only asks relevant questions to the patients but also aids the physician by giving a set of possible diseases from the symptoms obtained using logic at inference.

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Latest in Haematology Analyzers:Fluorescence Flow Cytometry

[This article was published in the May 2009 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (]

Haematology has evolved into an interesting subject due to the advanced technology. Also, over the past few years; the market penetration of haematology analyzers has increased significantly in laboratories across the country. The latest technology in haematology analyzers is Fluorescence Flow Cytometry (FCM).

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[This article was published in the February 2009 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (]

Greek scientists have developed heart attack calculator.

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