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This Healthcare Magazine is the source for a plethora of unique Healthcare articles. Several notable figures in the medical industry, from top med schools and hospitals are featured in the Medical Sciences section, with their expert knowledge of the field.


Connected Devices -Bridging the healthcare information gap

<p>The growth in connected medical devices and mobile medical apps can boost long-term patient-engagement. New data from Juniper Research suggests that the number of Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices would be US$38.5 billion in 2020, up from US13.4 billion in 2015. The proliferation of connected devices—accounting for US$3.3 billion in 2013, and an expected US$8 billion by 2018 in t

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Locating India on Medical Tourism Map

<p>The word ‘tourism’ adds a new dimension to the concept of ‘Wellness’, where medical value is added to the travel of tourists seeking healthcare beyond borders. It is this value of service for which patients prefer to undertake travel rather than using medical services available in their own country.</p><p>According to a Grant Thornton study, Medical tourism in India is

Medical Sciences

Targeting Angiogenesis

An unmet need in gastric cancer

<p>Targeted therapy for disrupting tumour blood circulation - anti-angiogenesis – has finally found its place under the sun in advanced gastric cancer.</p><p>Despite the declining incidence of gastric cancer worldwide, statistics from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (GLOBOCAN 2012) showed that, nevertheless, close to a million new cases are diagnosed annually worldwide maki

Managing Diabetes Better

Diabetacare Clinico-Technology Solution

<p>The prevalence of diabetes is rising globally. About 70 million people live with diabetes in India and the World Health Organization estimates that an additional 36 million remain ignorant of their condition. This means that nearly 1 in 10 Indians suffers from this condition but is either unaware of it or is slipping through the treatment cracks with inadequate reporting and monitoring. As the

Intermittent Hypoxia Therapy

A non-invasive treatment

<p><strong>1. IHT is not well known in the west, how long has it been used in Russia? How many people have undergone IHT so far?</strong></p><p>There are references to crude attempts at treatments that seem similar to intermittent hypo-oxidating back to the middle ages. However, modern scientific study of intermittent hypoxia therapy (also known as periodic hypoxia, interval hypoxia, hypoxic pre

Technology, Equipment & Devices

Emerging Trends in Medical Innovation for 2017

<p>The past few years have been transformative in the world of medical innovation with the use of personal and portable devices and advances in integrating these with personal healthcare and information technology systems. In 2016, we have witnessed tremendous growth in portable and mobile devices. Looking forward to 2017, we will likely expand on this growth with a number of high impact trends, i

Information Technology

Telehealth and Telehomecare

Caring remotely

<p style="text-align:justify">Telemedicine has been around for quite a while but has largely been unable to fulfil on its various promises with only the video-conferencing and remote consultation seeing the light of day amongst the many functionalities that it successfully is able to execute. With the advent of faster Internet speeds at very affordable rates coupled with ready availability of smar

Digital Health Opportunities

<p>The healthcare ecosystem is witnessing a paradigm shift in the way the services are being delivered and consumed. This is driven by the pressing need to have an inclusive, high quality, cost-effective and decentralised model of healthcare delivery. While these needs lead to creating ambitious targets for our society and government, the enterprising side of the society is busy creating options a

Connected Devices

The new panacea?

<p style="text-align:justify">Emergence of connected health has changed the way healthcare is delivered to patients today – extending treatment from an in-patient setting to continuing care outside hospitals and clinics. Having worked for start-ups in spaces like diabetic clinics and standalone dialysis centres, I have been a direct witness to this transformation. The advent of chronic life

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