2011
Medical

Every year food-borne bacteria cause thousands infections in humans and animals. Outbreaks of E.Coli and Salmonella commonly occur in meat, vegetables and processed food products. The most recent and the deadliest recorded E.

Nanotechnology has been applied to the field of regenerative medicine to yield biocompatible substrates that can be employed to regenerate veins, skin, cartilage and nerves.

Patients subjected to self-transplant currently have difficulty in retrieving healthy and sufficiently abundant tissues for the double surgical procedures: explants and implants.

A New Method of Cardiogram Analysis

The electrocardiograph machine has not changed much over the past 60 or so years. Heart pulse waveforms are difficult to analyze by simple visual examination, and each ECG must be studied by a medical expert who issues a report.

A-Hub™ in an innovative medical device based on breakthrough design with the aid of CoolChip™ for low power consumption to extend battery life, which is the largest reported complaint against other patient-worn medical devices such as hearing aids. This universal patient-data control hub,

Technical and marketing information relating to J & M’s newly developed electrolytic, magnet ACES device. Aces stands for Aortic Calcification Elimination System. J & M Associates has technical knowledge in engineering, and new materials for various power supplies and antenna applications,

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is recognized as one of the most challenging and debilitating diseases affecting children and is the most common neurological disorder seen in young adults. Although the mechanisms by which MS progressively results in neurodegenerative changes are evident these are not well understood.

In the present world the cost of production of powered wheelchairs is so high that people never afford to buy those wheelchairs especially in the under developed countries. So, we have come up with this economical powered multipurpose wheel chair named as Automated Wheelchair.

Using stainless steel thread recently made available to weave a 1/2" wide perimeter sensor around a baby's pull-over that is able to touch skin,

How can a medical professional deliver better patient care and increase positive functional outcomes for orthopedic patients? Through better understanding of the underlying biomechanical issue(s). If a physician has a greater understanding of the particular dysfunction, not only can they develop more effective treatment plans,

During the course of an illness it is important to monitor the vital signs of a patient to track their progress. In most clinical situations this information can be gathered by doctors or nurses, but there are a variety of electronic monitoring devices to aid in this task. Many,

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