2010
Medical

Sleep disorders affect about 40 million Americans every year. This problem results in more than 38,000 deaths and costs $30 to $35 billion annually to the health care system. To address this problem,

Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death in Europe, Baltic states, Russia, North and South America , Australia and New Zealand. Over 4,59,000 Americans die of coronary artery disease every year making it the number 1 cause of death in US .

When upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding occurs, an endoscope is passed through the patient’s esophagus and into the GI tract for a visual assessment of the bleeding location.

Conventional
high speed dental handpieces are difficult to clean. In the process of drilling noise or vibration is produced. Another problem is bacteria enters the head of the handpiece so diseases (like viral hepatitis or AIDS) may be transmitted to other dental patients.

An injection with pre loaded medicaments . Doctors can just use this directly by just opening the cap, injecting, and then discarding to the dust bin. In drawing medicines from glass vials, the doctor has to break the glass,

Introduction: Mobile technology, including everything from inventive applications for smart phones to simple text messaging, is increasingly ubiquitous in the world and holds great potential for impact in areas such as health. The potential of the mobile phone to transform healthcare in the world has been sparking enthusiasm.

* Here is a product that improves the efficiency and quality of healthcare.

This innovative system combines the diagnostic tools of Eastern and Western medicine. By monitoring and examining the blood pressure and pulse in both arms concurrently, I believe a multitude of hidden symptoms of many debilitating ailments can be found.

Many engineers and designers have developed different kinds of devices to help visually impaired individuals. However they all hadn't had success in a single yet essential point.

In order to make blind people understand all information around them,

Endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation are lifesaving interventions for accident victims who are unable to breathe for themselves. Medics currently have few methods for mechanically ventilating patients, and rely instead on manual bag-valve ventilation.

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