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Protecting Exchanges Data in Healthcare Industry

Healthcare industries need to handle large volumes of data which includes patient information, case history and other private information. Also switching to one healthcare organization from another one involves the exchange huge volumes of data. Healthcare information exchange is the ability to move medical information across hospitals, pharmacies, physician offices…

Improving Radiation Oncology Access in Emerging Economies

Cancer remains among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide, with approximately 14 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer-related deaths per year.  With the number of new cancer cases expected to rise by about 70 percent over the next two decades, we not only need improved treatment options,…

Intermittent Hypoxia Therapy (IHT) – From Sports Performance To Cardiac Rehabilitation

IHT has been found to have positive effects on coronary heart disease (CHD) patients For decades, athletes have been using hypoxic trainingor the practice of limiting oxygen availability while training, to improve their performance. Training in an environment with low oxygen is known to boost the production of red blood…

Prescribing More Exercise Instead Of Medication For Cancer Patients

Exercise is known to be an effective way to reduce the risk of some cancers, but what about exercise as a way to rehabilitate cancer patients? In the United States, a 2008 study conducted by the Centres of Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that exercise is beneficial to cancer patients,…

Invention inspired by sneezing fits that nearly caused an accident to debut at MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2016

Joseph Moore was inspired to invent something to protect himself from allergens when his own allergies almost killed him. It wasn’t anaphylactic shock, just a severe sneezing attack while driving which almost resulted in his car being flattened by a huge semi-trailer truck. Moore was inspired by the experience to…

High margin medical procedures

They might be providing care and saving lives but hospitals are actually run like any other type of business, and profit is the key to survival in a competitive market. The healthcare market is worth more than one can imagine and with the rise of medical tourism, hospitals and medical…

NOT ALL ABOUT LOOKS: Can Plastic Surgery Save Or Actually Improve Lives?

Cosmetic and plastic surgery have had their load of bad press but it’s not all about looks. Sometimes, they’re the only solutions to real medical problems and they can have a beneficial and often life-saving impact on a patient’s health. Performed in hospitals’ operating rooms under strict regulations, such plastic…

How hospitals can increase referral revenues

The author is the CEO of Napier Healthcare, a leading provider of Cloud-based referral management Loop technology that is revolutionizing the way physicians seek, secure and retain referrals. It is a well understood fact that most healthcare systems are functioning in silos as they evolved that way over the past…

Cancer diagnosis breathes best at American Hospital,Dubai

Diagnosis of cancers and tumours of blood cells can be expensive and also take a while to shape up before full fledged treatment can begin.The American Hospital in Dubai is set to become the first of its kind in UAE to have implemented the FACSCalibur™ Flow Cytometry system (analyzer and…

Microchip Nanotechnology can easily diagnose Type-1 Diabetes

An affordable new portable device that could help diabetic patients breathe a little, is on its way! Researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a new portable device that can help diagnose Type -1 diabetes. This device uses nanotechnology to diagnose the disease which reports say, can help…

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