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How to Prevent Cancer in the Future
How to Prevent Cancer in the Future
Many people believe that getting cancer is purely down to genes. And more than a quarter of people recently surveyed in the UK put it down to fate. While the idea of cancer scares most of us, ...
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Healthcare Challenge: To Heal or Die
Written by John Shoemaker, President, Shipcom Wireless & Charles Olmeda, Sr. Project Manager, Shipcom Solutions   
Healthcare Challenge: To Heal or Die
From the TV show, “House”, the irascible but brilliant Doctor House tells a class of med students that they will make mistakes and they will lose lives and that they better get used to ...
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Telehealth: a keystone for future healthcare delivery
Written by Matthew Marshall, Director, Tunstall   
Telehealth: a keystone for future healthcare delivery
Telehealth is now being mainstreamed by PCTs across the country in order to prevent avoidable hospital admissions to hospital and monitor long-term needs within the home. The increasingly widesprea...
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Science and Technology in Clinical Sterilization.
Written by Mr. Hemant Shah (CE) Medica Instrument Mfg. Co.   
Science and Technology in Clinical Sterilization.
There has been a growing understanding of the microbial threats that exist in laboratory & medical practice as of today. Simultaneously these threatening trends have been accompanied by a tremend...
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Lab-on-chip traces circulating tumor cells
Written by Liesbet Lagae, Group Leader of the nano-enabled systems group, IMEC.   
Lab-on-chip traces circulating tumor cells
Imagine a medical laboratory performing a genetic test to detect metastasis from blood in a breast cancer patient. Shrink this laboratory down to an area of 1x1cm² and you have a lab-on-chip. Th...
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eHealth And Emerging Rich Web Technologies
Written by Salo S.1,2 D.D.S., Ph.D., Winblad I.2 MD, Ph.D., Reponen J.1,2,3 M.D., Korpelainen J.4 MD, Ph.D.   
eHealth And Emerging Rich Web Technologies
Finland is a Nordic country with a population of 5.3 million inhabitants. The country is famous for a good system for healthcare and social welfare, which is based on extensive public responsibility ...
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Fullerene Nanomedicines for Medical and Healthcare Applications
Written by Charles Gause, Founder & VP of Corporate Development, Luna Innovations Inc., nanoWorks Division   
Fullerene Nanomedicines for Medical and Healthcare Applications
Nanotechnology is the creation of useful, functional materials, devices, and systems through controlling and manipulating matter at the molecular level. It is a multidisciplinary field undergoing exp...
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The Pursuit of Efficiency: Automation in Health care
Written by Steve Cohen, Strategic and Operational leadership, Boston Software Systems   
The Pursuit of Efficiency: Automation in Health care
Everyone is talking about “living green” – taking whatever steps we can as individuals to use less energy and use it more efficiently. That idea of allocating resources and optimiz...
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Intelligent Ultrasound - An Evolving Modality
Written by Dr. Stefanie Maier, Marketing Manager, TomTec Imaging Systems GmbH   
Intelligent Ultrasound - An Evolving Modality
During the last years there has been a rapid development concerning new techniques for the use of various cardiac imaging methods. Besides the well-known cardiac ultrasound methods there are now more...
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Rays Of Hope: The Past, The Present And The Future Of Radiotherapy
Written by Dr. Clifton Ling, Director of advanced clinical research, Varian Medical Systems   
Rays Of Hope: The Past, The Present And The Future Of Radiotherapy
Cancer has long struck fear in the minds of patients and their families. Through much of human history, the scourge of cancer most often led to death. But thanks to many factors, a large number of ca...
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Interactive Patient Care - The Missing Link in Consumer Directed Healthcare
Written by Michael O'Neil, Jr. Founder & Chief Executive Officer GetWellNetwork, Inc.   
Interactive Patient Care - The Missing Link in Consumer Directed Healthcare
While consumer directed healthcare (CDH) is receiving wide-spread attention from the media, the scope is often on electronic medical record adoption or health savings accounts. While these are import...
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Enhancing Surgical Precision and Patient Safety Through Advancements in Electrosurgery
Written by Thomas Krummel, M.D. Professor and Chair of Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine   
Enhancing Surgical Precision and Patient Safety Through Advancements in Electrosurgery
More than 17.5 million electrosurgical procedures are performed annually in the United States, in a variety of surgical fields. Yet, electrosurgical methods have changed little in the last 80 years....
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A Workflow Solution for Electronic Health Records to Improve Healthcare Delivery in Rural India
Written by Anant R Koppar, Chairman & CEO, KTwo Technology Solutions.   
A Workflow Solution for Electronic Health Records to Improve Healthcare Delivery in Rural India
Use of Information Technology in Healthcare,especially Electronic Health Records (EHRs),can potentially improve healthcare. However,worldwide the usage of EHRs is limited and studies in developed co...
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Health Spending Projections through 2015: Changes on the horizon
Written by Smruti Munshi, Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, the growth partnership company.   
Health Spending Projections through 2015: Changes on the horizon
“Unsustainable” is the word which best describes the healthcare system today. Frost & Sullivan is uncertain as to how far the healthcare industry will accede, but “rising ...
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The Healthcare Conundrum andů..
Written by Dr.Sumanth Raman, Medical Specialist with an M.D.in Internal Medicine, Tata Consultancy Services   
The Healthcare Conundrum andů..
One of the fundamental challenges the Global healthcare Industry faces is in reducing costs and providing a better baseline quality of care for most of the World’s population. While billions co...
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